The golf Courses

historical & beautiful golf courses

While at camp, the juniors will get to sample some of the finest courses in the country, including 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 Old Course is not included in the programme rota due to booking and handicap limitations.

“This is the origin of the game, golf in its purest form, and it’s still played that way on a course seemingly untouched by time. Every time I play here, it reminds me that this is still a game.”

Arnold Palmer, in St Andrews

Wait, there’s more! The Duke’s, The Torrance, The Kittocks, Kingsbarns, Crail and Dumbarnie Links

St Andrews is also home to 3 further championship courses: The Duke’s (also our training centre), The Torrance Course and The Kittocks Course. All these courses offer spectacular views over the North Sea and St Andrews.

And the fun doesn’t stop here, because more incredible courses appear as you follow the coastline South. Kingsbarns Golf Links is next – known for hosting professional tournaments such as the Dunhill Links Championship and the Ladies British Open.

A little further along is a small fishing village called Crail. Here you’ll find an 18th century golf club with 2 courses – Balcomie Links and Craighead Links. And finally, as if that wasn’t enough, a new championship course opened in May 2020: Dumbarnie Links.

With so many great courses to choose from, we can always find the perfect blend of enjoyment and challenge for our junior golfers!

Access to all the courses mentioned above is subject to availability

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Get 10% off when booking multiple juniors or multiple weeks
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