St. Andrews Links (New Course)
The New Course at St. Andrews, nestled on the scenic Scottish coastline, is a classic and challenging golf course that offers players an authentic links-style experience steeped in history.
Despite its name, the New Course is over a century old, having been designed by the legendary Old Tom Morris in 1895. This timeless course features traditional links characteristics, such as tight fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and firm, fast greens that demand precise shot-making and careful course management.
The layout takes full advantage of the natural dunescape and provides stunning views of the surrounding landscape, including the historic town of St. Andrews and the breathtaking Fife coastline.
Among the many memorable holes on the New Course is the par-4 10th, which requires a well-placed tee shot to navigate the treacherous gorse and find the hidden green.
With its combination of natural beauty, historical charm, and engaging design, the New Course at St. Andrews presents golfers with a truly unforgettable experience in one of the world’s most iconic golfing destinations.
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 (Jubilee Course)
- St. Andrews Links (Old Course)
- St. Andrews Links (Strathtyrum Course)