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Old Course

For every avid golfer wanting to visit St Andrews, there is one thing on all of their minds – The Old Course. The most iconic golf course in the world, The Old Course was the birthplace of the sport itself and where the game has been played for over
600 years.

Hosting many prestigious golfing events, including The Open Championship every 5 years and The Dunhill Links Championship each year, St Andrews is every golfer’s haven. We understand many of our guests are international travellers, and not everyone wishes to hire a car or van for their time here, given everything is in such close proximity. But, carrying your clubs across town to get to The Old Course and neighbouring courses is not everybody’s cup of tea.

Here, you will find our selection of properties located within a 5 minutes’ walk to the famous course, and Royal and Ancient clubhouse.

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