Golf Attractions

St Andrews

St Andrews is also known worldwide as the home of golf.  

According to the earliest surviving document, the "playing at golf"

on the links adjacent to the river Eden was granted permission by Archbishop Hamilton in 1552.

The Old Course has held The Open Championship 24 times, first time being in 1873.

There are many things to see around the area of the Old Course at St Andrews.

The R&A St Andrews Old Golf Club and the New Club. Museums and attractions.

R&A Golf Club

18th Green Old Course St Andrews Scotland

R & A 18th Green Old Course St Andrews

St Andrews Links Plaque

St Andrews

St Andrews Links Plaque

The Swilcan Bridge

The Old Course

St Andrews

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Swilcan Bridge St Andrews Old Course

British Golf Museum

Bruce Embankment 

St Andrews

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British Golf Museum St Andrews

The New Club

Tom Morris Plaque

New Club and Tom Morris Plaque

St Andrews Golf Club

St Andrews Golf Club St Andrews Scotland

Old Course Shop

8 The Links St Andrews Scotland

Old Course Golf Shop St Andrews Scotland

The Pavilion Old Course
Golf Links St Andrews Scotland

The Old Pavilion St Andrews Links Scotland

Martyrs' Monument

The Scores St Andrews

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Martyrs' Monument St Andrews

Martyrs' Monument Inscription

St Andrews  Scotland

In memory of the Martyrs'

Patrick Hamilton, Henry Forrest, George Wishart and Walter Mill

Who in support of the Protestant faith suffered death by fire at Saint Andrews

between the years MDXXVIII (1528) and MDLVIII (1558)

The righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance

Martyrs' Monument inscription St Andrews

Baron Playfair Fountain

Fountain First Baron Playfair of St Andrews

East Sands Beach

St Andrews  Scotland

East Sands St Andrews

The Bandstand

The Scores

St Andrews  Scotland

Bandstand St Andrews Scotland

St Andrews Aquarium

The Scores  

St Andrews  Scotland

Aquarium St Andrews Scotland