St Andrews Links

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Looking up the 18t fairway on the Old Course towards the clubhoose wi the famous brig ower the Swilcan Burn in the middle distance.
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St Andrews Links in the toun o St Andrews, Fife, Scotland, is regardit as the 'hame of gowf'. It is ane o the auldest coorses in the warld, where the gemme haes been played syne the 15t century. Today there are seven public gowf coorses; the Balgove, Eden, Jubilee Course, Strathtyrum, New, the Old Course (which is widely considerit ane o the finest, an certainly the maist famous an tradeetional, coorses in the warld), an the new Castle Course, sitit on the cliffs a mile tae the east o St Andrews an designit bi the architect David McLay Kidd, which opened in Juin 2008.[1]

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Template:World Heritage Site 'Tentative List' applicants in Scotland Template:St Andrews Coordinates: 56°21′06″N 2°49′05″W / 56.35167°N 2.81806°W / 56.35167; -2.81806