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Old Course Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa

St Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom

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St Andrews | Scotland, United Kingdom

Iconic Golf Courses, Spa Treatments, And Historic Ruins

Kohler Waters Spa: Kohler’s first spa experience outside of the United States is home to a rooftop jacuzzi and garden, swimming pool with waterfall, and 11 treatment rooms. From massages and manicures to hydrotherapy treatments, there’s no better place to relax and recover between rounds of golf.

The Duke’s St Andrews: Ranked as one of the best inland courses in Scotland, the hotel’s own championship golf course is home to 18 hillside holes overlooking the city. While swinging from the fairways, you’ll spot rooftops, large trees, and stunning views extending to the coastline. The course hosted the 2014 International European Amateur Championship (one of amateur golf’s four majors), but welcomes golfers of all skills levels with five separate tee positions at every hole.

Old Course at St Andrews: The host of 29 Open Championships (more than any other golf course in the world), the double greens, 700-year-old Swilcan Bridge, and individually-named bunkers of the Old Course at St Andrews need no introduction. The legendary par-72 links welcome any golfer with a handicap of 24 or under (36 or under for ladies).

St Andrews Castle: The former home of 15th-century kings is now a splendid site of ruins atop a rocky promontory in St Andrews. Though walls of the castle remain, the underground tunnel and bottle dungeon — features from the castle’s time as a prison — are the most fascinating sights well worth a visit and photo op.

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