St Andrews
golf courses

courses played
at golf camp

While at camp, juniors get to sample the finest courses at The Home of Golf

The St Andrews Links

The St Andrews Links

St Andrews is unique as this one little town owns SEVEN golf courses, called The St Andrews Links. Classic courses rich in history, the Links are a must for any golfer. These courses are: The Old Course, The New Course, The Jubilee Course, The Eden Course, The Strathtyrum Course, The Castle Course and the 9-holes Balgove.
The Torrance Course

The Fairmont St Andrews

The Torrance Course – Located at the Fairmont, it features challenging holes and stunning views of the surrounding countryside. It was the host for European Tour event Hero Open in July 2022.
The Kittocks Course –  This course is known for its dramatic elevation changes and breathtaking views of the coastline, making it a must-play for golfers visiting the area.
The Duke's Course

The Duke's St Andrews

Located in St Andrews, The Duke’s is a championship course designed by five-time Open Champion Peter Thomson. It is the only heathland course in the area and is known for its demanding layout and fast greens, making it a favorite among experienced golfers. This is also our coaching base where all the golf lessons will take place.
Kingsbarns Golf Links


Kingsbarns Golf Links is located just a few miles south of St Andrews. The course opened in 2000 and has since hosted several prestigious golf tournaments, including the Women’s British Open and the Dunhill Links Championship. This luxurious modern Links is one of the most popular courses in the world.
Dumbarnie Links

Dumbarnie Links

This is the newest addition to the St Andrews golf scene. Opened in May 2020, Dumbarnie Links quickly became one of the most sought-after courses in Scotland. It was voted best golf course in Scotland in 2021 and played host to the Ladies Scottish Open the same year.
Balcomie Links

Access to all the courses mentioned above is subject to availability

Balcomie Links

Balcomie is a classic Links and one of the two courses of the Crail Golfing Society. This club is the seventh oldest in the world and the course was built in 1895. Juniors get to play this course for the Crail Junior Open, a local junior tournament organised by the club.

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