Visitors to St. Andrews are spoiled for choice when it comes to discovering things to do when they visit the historic town. Here are just a few of the things a visitor can sample during their time in the “Auld Grey Toun”:
- Soak up the rich and diverse history of the town itself:
Take a tour of the St. Andrews Cathedral, dating back to 1158, or breathe in the majesty of the 13th century St. Andrews Castle.
- Explore the Town’s Museums:
Learn the history and origins of the game of golf, with over 500 years of golfing history during a tour of The British Golf Museum, or immerse yourself in the historic academic history of St. Andrews as you wander through the Museum of St. Andrews, Scotland’s oldest University – founded in 1413.
- 3. A Haven for Beer, Whisky & Gin Lovers:
Why not sample the delights of the Kingsbarns Distillery or Eden Mill and treat yourself to a well deserved tipple…
- Take in the beauty of St. Andrews:
Take a leisurely stroll along the iconic West Sands, watch the boats come and go in St. Andrews Harbour, or witness the vibrant smells and colours of the Botanic Gardens.
Why not do all of this whilst on go golfing break, playing some of the world’s most famous golf courses?
This October you can come to St. Andrews and play the host venue of this year’s Open Championship – Carnoustie Championship Course, Kingsbarns Golf Links – host venue of the 2017 Ricoh Women’s British Open, and the home of golf itself – The Old Course, St. Andrews, as a participant in the inaugural Executive Golf & Leisure International Pairs Championship.
Full details are available on the Executive Golf & Leisure website, please click the link below:
Come and play in in a fun and exciting Pairs Championship and see everything that St. Andrews has to offer…