Insider's Guide to a St. Andrews Golf Vacation

Our 11-page guide on how to book the Old Course and where else to play, eat and sleep when you get there.

One of the greatest thrills in golf is taking a journey to St. Andrews and playing a round on the Old Course. The palpable aura of the game rooted on such hallowed ground, the memories of watching so many of golf’s greatest players traverse the Swilcan Bridge en route to claiming their Open Champion

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