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.
Accommodation near Jubilee Course
Hotel du Vin St Andrews
A modern and beautifully designed hotel equipped with every facility required to make your golfing holiday to St Andrews unforgettable.
The hotel is only a stone's throw away from the world's most famous golf course and offers a magnificent view of the legendary 18th green of St. Andrews' Old Course.
The Old Manor Hotel
Located on the stunning coastline of East Neuk, the Old Manor Hotel is blessed with a backdrop of the fantastic rolling green hills of Fife. Panoramic views of this stunning landscape are visible from all rooms and really are breath-taking.