Jubilee Course, St Andrews Links
St Andrews, Scotland
This golf course was named after Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897, and originally had only 12 holes - it has since been renovated into the championship-standard golf course it is today. This is considered to be one of the toughest golf courses at St Andrews Links: the wafer thin fairways and large greens provide a very tough challenge, which explains why it is frequent host to many major Scottish golf tournaments. The raised tees allows golfers to enjoy breath-taking views of St Andrews Bay, making the experience all that more enjoyable. It does however pose a threat to your tee shot due to more exposure to prevailing winds.