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St Andrews for Golf, PGA Professionals use the world class facilities at St Andrews Links throughout the majority of packages we offer. The facilities include:
The PGA Professional will be using the latest HD Slow Motion video analysis equipment to complement they’re extensive tuition skills and provide a comprehensive experience. The pupil will receive a Free App to view and analyse swings.
St Andrews for Golf PGA Professionals are not employed by St Andrews Links Trust but are Authorised Users of the St Andrews Links Golf Academy.
Facility Address & Location – The Practice Centre is the opposite side of the A91 to the A marked below and is signposted St Andrews Practice Centre
St Andrews Practice Centre / Eden Clubhouse
Below is a selection of the Instruction Topic areas that you can work on with the St Andrews for Golf PGA Professionals:
“I fell in love with it the first day I played it. There’s just no other golf course that is even remotely close.”
At St Andrews for Golf we will help make your own memories and experience golf on the most sought after links in the world.
The Old Course is the undisputed Home of Golf, where golf was first played over 600 years ago. It remains a real test of golf for today’s champions. The fabled original links course is synonymous with The Open Championship which it has hosted more times than any other venue and will host for a 28th time in 2010. Despite its reputation and status, it is a public course and through St Andrews for Golf packages available for you to play.
*The Old Course option if bought through Gift Vouchers/Golf Schools/Experiences is achieved through the Ballot process unless stated Guaranteed. Ballot Tee Times cannot be guaranteed. The achieved Tee Time can be anything from 6.30am depending on time of year to 4-4.5 hours prior to sunset. The exact the tee time will be released 48 hours prior to play. If unsuccessful, the experience takes place on another St Andrews Links Course and the green fee difference can be used for merchandise or F&B in clubhouses.
The Old Course – Mens: Par 72 (6,614 yards) Ladies: Par 76 (6,042 yards)
The New Course is often regarded as the oldest “new” course in the world. A classic links course with undulating fairways and delightfully challenging greens, it was set out in 1895 by Old Tom Morris.
Named the New to differentiate it from the original course at the Links which became the Old Course, the course remains one of the finest examples of Morris’ work to be found anywhere.
The construction of the New Course was paid for by the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, which engaged B Hall Blyth, an Edinburgh civil engineer, to plan the New Course, and entrusted the layout to Morris and his right-hand man David Honeyman.
The result is a classic links course which is a first class golfing challenge. The course has the traditional out and back layout, with the 18th green just to the right of the first tee. It also has, in the great St Andrews tradition, shared fairways and even a double green at the 3rd and 15th holes.
If the New was situated next to any other course in the world than the Old its star would have shone with a far greater degree of brilliance.
The New Course – Mens: Par 72 (6,625 yards) Ladies: Par 75 (5,992 yards)