St Andrews Old

Course Description:

st-andrews-oldHandicap Limit – Men: 24, Ladies: 36. The oldest golf course in the world has many remarkable features which help make it so special to golfers around the world. It is the Home of Golf where golf was first played 600 years ago and yet it remains a real test of golf for today's champions. Despite its reputation and status, it is a public course. The course is known for its particular physical features including 112 bunkers, some of which are especially famous e.g. 'Hell' on the long 14th, 'Strath' on the short 11th and the Road Bunker at what is probably the most famous golf hole in the world, the 17th or Road Hole (so called because a road - which is in play - runs hard against the back edge of the green). The Old Course’s truly remarkable feature is that in today's modern golfing world, a course which has evolved over six centuries remains a true test of championship golf.

 

Course Information

Links course
72
6,721 yards
Tom Morris
1552
Scotland
Men's- 24 / Ladies- 36
3rd

Guideline

Yes
Limited to disabled badge holders
£45 per round
£5 after noon only
£30
Smart golf attire
Tailored shorts permitted
1st
Score Card
No. Yards Par No. Yards Par
1 376 4 10 340 4
2 411 4 11 174 3
3 370 4 12 316 4
4 419 4 13 418 4
5 514 5 14 530 5
6 374 4 15 414 4
7 359 4 16 381 4
8 166 3 17 455 4
9 347 4 18 357 4
Out 3336 36 In 3385 36
Yards 6721 Par 72