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The Castle Course

Address The Castle Course, Course N°7, St Andrews Bay
Telephone Bookings: +44 (0) 1334 466666
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Holes 18-hole 220 acre clifftop course with spectacular views of St Andrews Bay, the Grampian mountains and out to the North Sea.
Yardage Playable between 5,600 and 7,200 yards with a choice of 5 tees.
Par 71
Visitors As with the existing six St Andrews Links courses the Castle Course is public. No Handicap restriction. The Castle Course can be booked on its own or as part of the two course policy operating when booking the Old Course.
Closed in winter.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with Secretary
Green Fees
G / I (Depending on season)
Course Designer David McLay Kidd
July 2nd, 2008
Location The Castle course is situated above Kinkell Braes, following the coastline east of St Andrews, a mile or so to the town centre.
Facilities • Circular clubhouse with a glass-fronted restaurant overlooking Kinkell Ness
• Warm-up area and practice putting green
• Caddies
• Buggies (only for disabled players) are subject to availability
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About the Course The Castle Course has joined the St Andrews Links Trust's portfolio of 6 courses and is the first championship-length 18-hole golf course to open at the Links for more than 100 years.
The new course was opened by the Duke of York on July 2nd, 2008. The first tee shot was hit by Edwin Burtnett, from Tampa, Florida, who won the worldwide competition to name the course which was held in 2006.
"I want to create the flavour of that historic environment". There is a magical point where sea meets the land, it is simply inspiring"
David McLay Kidd

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