The Royal & Ancient
St Andrews, Fife
The Old Course clubhouse - The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.
Looking from over the first fairway. In the background are The Scores, Hamilton Grand, the town of St Andrews
and in the distance the cathedral, University buildings and Kinkell Braes caravan site.
On the far horizon, hidden in the mist, is the St Andrews Bay Hotel.
The same general view as the first image but a little further back down the course just beyond Grannie Clark’s Wynd,
the road that crosses the Old Course at the 1st and 18th fairways.
The 1st tee and 18th green of the Old Course and the Royal & Ancient Clubhouse.
From left to right the British Golf Museum, the 1st tee of the Old Course, the Caddies’ Pavilion
and the Royal & Ancient Clubhouse.
A photograph from a few years ago showing from left to right the British Golf Museum, the Royal & Ancient Clubhouse
the 1st tee and 18th green of the Old Course, the Caddies’ Pavilion and The Scores and Hamilton Grand etc.
In the middle distance are the bandstand, the seafood restaurant and the aquarium. On the right is the street called The Links with a great many golf-related shops.