Golf courses in Scotland are among the best in the world and at St Andrews Bay, golf is truly a beautiful game. With two superb Scotland golf courses along this dramatic coast, at The Fairmont, every St Andrews golf holiday promises to be perfect.
Fairmont St Andrews, situated in the home of golf, is proud to be recognised as one of the top resorts in the world. Your stay at St Andrews promises to be perfect, with two superb Scottish golf courses, the Torrance and the Kittocks.
The Torrance Course is a Par 72, 7,230 yard championship course, originally designed by golfer Gene Sarazen and former European Ryder Cup Captain Sam Torrance. In 2009 the Torrance Course was redesigned to include eight new holes, in preparation for the 2009 Scottish Seniors Open. The course features classic Scottish revetted bunkering throughout a…
Kittocks Course 2/2
The Kittocks Course is 7,192 yard long and Par 72 course. Its original architects were Gene Sarazen and Bruce Devlin which is why it was formerly known as the Devlin Course until 2012. The name Kittocks is taken from the Site of Special Scientific Interest area of land on the course, which is inhabited by a family of deer.