Fairmont St Andrews Golf Resort & Spa encapsulates luxury, elegance and truly breath-taking surroundings in the 'Home of Golf'. A truly unique and special venue that makes your visit one to remember with its peaceful setting and stunning cliff top views of St Andrews and the North Sea.
Situated just 7 minutes’ drive outside St Andrews on a 520 acre estate, Fairmont St Andrews has recently undergone full refurbishment which has further enhanced the resort's 5-star global reputation for golf, leisure, and spa facilities.
FAIRMONT KITTOCKS COURSE
Sited on elevated ground next to the clifftops and with views across the River Tay estuary and the Medieval town of St Andrews in the distance the outlook is quite special. The course itself is long and challenging requiring nerves of steel to navigate its many holes running alongside the coastline. The course was designed by Bruce Devlin, a notable course architect of many famous courses. Its famously played host to the Scottish Youths National Championship in 2016.
FAIRMONT TORRANCE COURSE
Designed by former Ryder Cup and golfing legend Sam Torrance, it’s marked by its deep revetted bunkers, large greens and links design. Although the Torrance course previously hosted two European Tour events, it re-opened its fairways on the 14th July 2009 after six months re-design work and has since hosted the Seniors European Tour Event six times.
FAIRMONT GUEST ROOMS
Fairmont offer a wide range of spacious, elegant and comfortable guestrooms and suites:
- Fairmont Atrium Room
- Fairmont Room
- Fairmont View Room
- Fairmont Deluxe Sea View Room
- Fairmont Studio Suite
- Fairmont Junior Suite
- Fairmont Deluxe Suite with Land View
- Fairmont Deluxe Suite with Sea View
- Executive Suite
- Kingdom of Fife Suite (1 Bedroom)
- Kingdom of Fife Suite (2 Bedrooms)
A truly unique and special venue that will ensure your trip to 'The Home of Golf' is a memorable one.
THE BIRTHPLACE OF GOLF
A golf bucket list is not complete without the experience of St Andrews Old Course. After all, this is where golf began. There is a nostalgic sense of timelessness here, but the courses have evolved to present the same challenges to today’s players as they did to legendary greats Tom Morris, Bobby Jones, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. St Andrews is as much the “Mecca of Golf” to the great champions as it is to the mere devotee.
The great links courses are strung like a necklace of pearls around the throat of the Firth of Forth — from Dunbar, North Berwick, Muirfield and Gullane on the south side of the Firth, up to the great bridges and back along the north shore, past Leven, Lundin, Dumbarnie, Elie, Anstruther, Crail and Kingsbarns, through St Andrews to Scotscraig, Panmure and Carnoustie. All are readily accessible from St Andrews, but in the town itself, the St Andrews Links Trust courses offer the tough tests of the Old, New and Jubilee and Eden courses.
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