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New Golf Club

Address New Golf Club, 3-5 Gibson Place, St Andrews, KY16 9JE
Telephone 01334 473426
Play over St Andrews Links
Course Designer Opened in 1895 and laid out by Tom Morris.
St Andrews Links facilities are open to everyone. There are two clubhouses. The Restaurant is now open for Dinners on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7pm. Golf Practice Centre: Driving range, short game practice area and putting greens. Electric buggies (or carts) are for medical certificate holders or senior citizens only and must be booked in advance.
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About the Club The New Golf Club officially opened on Thursday 17th July 1902 with a competition for the Coronation Cup to mark the opening of the clubhouse and the coronation of King Edward VII.

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