In July 2015, St Andrews will welcome the best golfers in the world to compete at the 144th Open Championship. With The Open having last been held at St Andrews in 2010, we are delighted the Championship returns to this historic venue for the 29th time in its long history. During that time, many of the game’s greats have won The Open at the Home of Golf.
For more than six centuries, golf has been played over the links land between the ancient city of St Andrews, a centre of pilgrimage since the first century and the long sandy beach that curls into the estuary of the River Eden. Originally, golf at St Andrews was played over 22 holes but when, in 1764 changes were made to the layout, the resulting 18-hole course set the standard for golf courses around the world. Today, the Old Course, with its expansive double greens, shared fairways and treacherous bunkers, within view of The Royal and Ancient Golf Club remains the most famous golf course in the world and a unique experience for golfers and sports fans alike.
Our hospitality at St Andrews will provide you with the best possible locations to soak up the history, the passion and ensure that it leaves you and your guests with lasting memories.