opened on Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee in 1897 and designed for ladies
and children, the Jubilee Course underwent a re-design by Donald Steel in 1988
and is now reputed to be the toughest of the St Andrews championship links. Created
on a narrow strip of land between the sea and the New Course, the raised tees
provide great views but also expose golfers to prevalent winds, which sweep in
from the bay. Any golfer visiting St Andrews should play at least one round of
golf on the challenging Jubilee Course.
Buggies may be
taken by senior citizens (Aged 65 and over) and golfers with a medical certificate,
subject to availability.