St. Andrews Links (Jubilee Course)
The Jubilee Course at St. Andrews, situated along the enchanting Scottish coastline, is an exceptional golf course that offers players a challenging and memorable experience steeped in rich golfing tradition.
Originally created as a 12-hole layout by Old Tom Morris in 1897 and later expanded to 18 holes in 1905, the Jubilee Course has evolved into a true test of links golf.
With its narrow fairways, deep bunkers, and large, undulating greens, the course demands precision, strategy, and adaptability to the ever-changing coastal winds.
The layout beautifully showcases the rugged dunescape and provides stunning views of St. Andrews Bay and the iconic skyline of the ancient town.
One of the standout holes on the Jubilee Course is the par-4 15th, which challenges golfers with its blind tee shot and well-guarded green.
Combining natural beauty, historical significance, and a demanding design, the Jubilee Course at St. Andrews offers an unforgettable golfing experience in the heart of the home of golf.
Golf Courses Near St. Andrews Links:
- Blairgowrie Golf Club (Lansdowne Course)
- Blairgowrie Golf Club (Rosemont Course)
- Carnoustie Golf Links (Buddon Links)
- Carnoustie Golf Links (Burnside Links)
- Carnoustie Golf Links (Championship Course)
- Crail Golfing Society (Balcomie Links)
- Crail Golfing Society (Craighead Links)
- Downfield Golf Club
- Duke’s St. Andrews
- Dumbarnie Links
- Fairmont St. Andrews (Kittocks Course)
- Fairmont St. Andrews (Torrance Course)
- Forfar Golf Club
- Golf House Club (Elie Links)
- Kingsbarns Golf Links
- Ladybank Golf Club
- Leven Links Golf Club
- Lundin Golf Links
- Monifieth Links (Ashludie Course)
- Monifieth Links (Medal Course)
- Panmure Golf Links
- Scotscraig Golf Club
- St. Andrews Links (Castle Course)
- St. Andrews Links (Eden Course)
- St. Andrews Links (New Course)
- St. Andrews Links (Old Course)
- St. Andrews Links (Strathtyrum Course)