St Andrews (Jubilee Course)

6742+

Yardage

1897+

Founded

72+

Par

St Andrews (Jubilee Course)

History

The Jubilee is the third championship course at St Andrews. Considered by many to be the most challenging course on the links, the Jubilee was originally designed for ladies and beginners. But its prime golfing location between the New Course and the North Sea saw the Jubilee eventually converted into a championship layout.

The Jubilee Course was created to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897. Originally a 12-hole course, it was extended to 18 holes at the turn of the 20th century. Further upgrades were made in 1946 before David Steel made wholesale changes in 1988 to bring the course in line with championship standards.

Course Rankings

World’s Top 100: –
Britain’s Top 100: –
Scotland’s Top 100: 3

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St Andrews (Jubilee Course)

The Jubilee is beautifully located between the New Course and St Andrews bay. A more conventional course with no double greens, the Jubilee’s elevated tees offer breathtaking views that are as impressive as any course in the world. From the glorious coastline to the historic clubhouse, you’ll be captivated at every turn.

The Jubilee Course has played host to many important amateur championships over the years, including the St Andrews Links Trophy and British Mid-Amateur Golf Championship. It’s certainly a challenging course and one that you will enjoy testing your skills against. That’s if you can keep your eyes off the stunning views!

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