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St Andrews is associated with golf and is very fortunate to host the British Open every 5 years bringing huge benefits to St Andrews town, the East Neuk (corner) and East Fife in general.
St Andrews Golf is big business sustaining many businesses in St Andrews and East Fife. Part of a comprehensive list of things to do also includes Museums, Attractions and Castles. But The world game of golf sees St Andrews as its home, with the highlight being the coverage of the British Open on TV every five years.
Founded in 1754 as the Society of St Andrews Golfers. In 1834, King William IV was patron and the club became known as The Royal and Ancient Golf ClubView Details
Golf is known as a game where deals are made while playing the 'great game' - this is the story of the orginal golf deal in 1746 that beats all othersView Details
18 hole championship style Par 72 golf course set on 250 acres of spectacular Fife countryside, views across St Andrews bay -10 mins from St Andrews.View Details
St Andrews is associated with golf the world over, often referred to as 'The Home of Golf' - here we tell you some of the key facts behind this claim.View Details
Home to Golf's history, 500 years of golf, a must visit when in St Andrews, even for the non golfers with imaginative exhibitions, hands on activitiesView Details
The oldest rules of golf date back to 1744, the 13 articles in all, form the foundation of today's Rules of Golf - here is the story behind the rules.View Details