St Annes Old Links

6907+

Yardage

1901+

Founded

72+

Par

St Annes Old Links

History

St Annes Old Links Golf Club was established in 1901 on land that since 1886 had previously been the home of current Open Championship venue, Lytham & St Anne’s Golf Club. Another esteemed championship course on England’s famous Golf Coast, St Annes Old Links Golf Club is one of the Top 100 courses in the region.

The Championship links course has hosted many top amateur events, including the English Women’s Open Amateur Strokeplay Championship and the Boy’s Home Internationals. St Annes is an established host of Final Qualifying for The Open and has also staged qualifiers for the Women’s British Open and Senior Open.

Course Rankings

World’s Top 100: –
Britain’s Top 100: –
England’s Top 100: 93

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St Annes Old Links

The treacherous par-three ninth hole at St Annes Old Links was previously voted the Top 9th Hole in Great Britain by Golf World. Nestled between dunes and heavily guarded by deep bunkered mounds, the great Bobby Jones himself once said, “it’s difficult to see how you could improve on this” about the signature hole.

Like all great links courses, the St Annes Old Links is designed to test your patience and resilience. It is a fantastic golf course that you will thoroughly enjoy playing. This course rewards good shots and, if the luck is with you, is a fantastic environment for posting a great score that will live long in the memory.

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