Golf Courses Transport In St Andrews
If there is a single course in the entire world that most golfers aspire to play just once in their lifetime, it is the Old Course at St Andrews in Scotland?a course like no other and an experience like no other. Each and every year, thousands of golfers make the pilgrimage to St Andrews in the hope of playing the Old Course.
An estimated 67 million TV viewers watched The Open Championship from Carnoustie according to a new research study just published by major sports pollster, Comperio Research. Over 2000 hours of Open coverage was broadcast, across 75 TV channels, with a global reach of more than 580 million households.
Recently voted one of the best golf courses in Scotland, Spey Valley features some of the most breathtaking views in the world, offering golfers a glimpse right into the very heart of the Scottish Highlands.
The Kingsbarns Golf Links site has long been known for its intimate connection with the sea. The fact that its golf origins date back to 1793 is testimony to the attributes of the site which foster ideal conditions for links turf to flourish amid interesting natural terrain.
Lundin, founded in 1868, on a Tom Morris course which was extensively redesigned in 1908-09 by five times Open Champion James Braid, is well known throughout the golfing world as a course of rare quality.
Scotscraig Golf Club was founded in 1817 by some members of the St. Andrews Society of Golfers (later to become the Royal and Ancient Golf Club) who wished to play more golf than the Society?s occasional meetings afforded them.
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