Fife and St Andrews, Scotland, Golf Courses
Crail A short but testing course, a mixture of links and parkland right out on the eastern tip of Fife
Elie A mixed links and parkland course with one or two extremely interesting holes.
Ladybank A well renowned heathland course with many pine and silver birch trees. Requires straight driving
Lundin used for qualifying for the British Open. It is a seaside links course with unique water and tree hazards.
Leven true links course which adjoins Lundin. Although different, both have an enviable reputation
Gleneagles the Kings and Queens courses designed by James Braid and the Monarch's course designed by Jack Nicklaus,
St Andrews Old the home of golf, dating from the 15th century You may find there are more undulations and hidden bunkers than you ever saw on television. See how much of the dogleg over the shed on the 17th you dare to cut off.
St Andrews New One of the most loved of St Andrews links courses, a difficult challenge.
St Andrews Jubilee One of the longer St Andrews courses with a new layout now coming to maturity
St Andrews Duke's Course, A new parkland course designed by Peter Thomson. 7200 yards long