Playing the Course
The third championship course at the ‘Home of Golf’, the Jubilee is considered by many to be the most challenging course on the famous Links.
Built in 1897, in a prime golfing location between the New Course and the sea, it was originally intended for use by ladies and beginners, but over the years it’s popularity has meant that the Jubilee was eventually converted to a championship layout in 1988.
This links is second to none. Despite being cheaper than the more famous courses in the region, it has St.Andrews quality written all over it and it sits right next to the Old course itself. An absolute breath of fresh air.
Not an easy course, much hillier than the Old and always exposed to the elements, it will test golfers of all abilities.
St Andrews, Jubilee Course
At Par 71 and 6,625 yards, with 18 holes, the New Course at St Andrews is often referred to as the world-famous links’ best kept secret.
With no handicap restrictions, it’s an undulating course similar in character to the Old Course, with driving range facilities located in the nearby St Andrews Links Golf Academy.
The Jubilee Course,
2 West Sands Road,