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New Course St Andrews

Jubilee Course - St Andrews Links

The New Course at St Andrews beckons you to embark on an unforgettable golfing journey where tradition meets modern design. Had this course been on any other piece of land anywhere in the country, it would be seen as a real marquee course. However, it will always be in the shadows of the famous ‘Old Course’.

A Brief History of St Andrews The New Course

Neighbours with the famous ‘Old Course' The New Course is certainly not ‘New' to the area. Built in 1895 by Tom Morris and Benjamin Hall Blyth, the New Course was added to the Links. It provided another option for golf for the town's folk over the increasing popularity of The Old Course.

Course Design at The New Course St Andrews

Stretching out over 6'500yds, this Par 71 has similarities to The Old Course such as shared fairways and double greens. In addition, there are narrow rolling fairways protected by dunes and gorse bushes, strategically placed bunkers protecting greens and putting surfaces with subtle slopes.

It is a traditional links course that makes the most of the surrounding natural elements to produce a top-notch golfing test. The configuration of the course is an out-and-back, with the 18th green being immediately to the right of the first tee.

Facilities and Amenities

Golfers using the Old, New, and Jubilee Courses can take advantage of excellent amenities like locker rooms, showers, and drying rooms at the Links Clubhouse. A casual dining establishment with a strong focus on Scottish produce upstairs is called the Tom Morris Bar & Grill. It honours the legacy of the Grand Old Man of Golf and offers breathtaking vistas of the courses he helped design.

You'll also find everything you need for a fantastic day on the links, from spacious practise grounds to a pro shop filled with high-quality golf equipment.

Fees at The New Course St Andrews 2024

The New Course is available for play all year round and advanced booking is essential during the busy season.



Under 16

1 April 2023 – 16 April 2023 Shoulder Season



17 April 2023 – 15 Oct 2023 High Season



16 Oct 2023 – 30 Nov 2023 Shoulder Season



Membership at The New Course St Andrews

If you are lucky enough to become a St Andrews Ticketholder you can play all 7 Links courses for as many times as you want, for the whole year. Pricing for this can be found here

Where is The New Course?

Finding your way to the New Course is straightforward, as it is conveniently located near the town centre of St Andrews. Whether you choose to drive or take public transport, you’ll find easy access to the course. Simply follow the signs to St Andrews and then look for directions for the New Course. 

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