Explore British Open, St Andrews and more!

The Old Course at St. Andrews

Postcards from St. Andrews: Around the edges at 2015 British Open - Golfweek

The Old Course at St Andrews

The Old Course, St. Andrew's - the home of golf, where golf played 500 years ago!

Hole 18 470 yard par 4. One of the great finishing holes in golf. Three bunkers cut into the left and right-hand side of the landing area while the green is also protected by bunkers short and on both sides of the putting surface. Iconic island bunker to the right of the green has been altered to widen the sand area and reduce the chance of a virtually unplayable lie.

Guide to playing each hole at Royal Birkdale Golf Club, the home of The Open Championship.

St.Andrews, Scottland  Clubhouse

This is the Royal & Ancient golf clubhouse @ St Andrews Scotland, the home of golf. This is where the rules are set & where the game is administered from

A view of the course and the surrounding town of St. Andrews, Scotland, the birthplace of golf and home of the 144th Open Championship.

A view of the course and the surrounding town of St. Andrews, Scotland, the birthplace of golf and home of the Open Championship.

Two Golfers Playing on a Putting Green at Pebble Beach Golf Course Photographic Print by Nina Leen at Art.com

Two Golfers Playing on a Putting Green at Pebble Beach Golf Course

The Old Course at St Andrews is one of the oldest golf courses in the world. The Old Course is a public course over common land in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland #Golf

The Old Course at St Andrews is one of the oldest golf courses in the world. The Old Course is a public course over common land in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland

Hole 14 475 yard par 4. Invariably played into prevailing south west wind makes this demanding par-4. Fairway narrows at around 300 yards out and the second is played to a plateau green that falls away on all sides.

Hole 14 475 yard par Invariably played into prevailing south west wind makes this demanding Fairway narrows at around 300 yards out and the second is played to a plateau green that falls away on all sides.

Pinterest
Search