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Fairmont St Andrews

St Andrews,

Scotland


Set on a 520 acre estate with a unique coastal setting, Fairmont St Andrews encompasses the finest in local culture with luxury and elegance. With relaxing and open public areas in rich colour scheme and nautical elements that reflect the surrounding landscape including a lighting installation by renowned artist George Singer. The resort has a plethora of facilities, diverse yet luxurious eating facilities including St Andrews Bar & Grill serving the finest in local Scottish steak and seafood with stunning views over the medieval St Andrews, and La Cucina serving traditional Italian greats. The golf facilities enhance the resort offerings with two world class golf courses The Torrance and The Kittocks, an all-grass driving range, a putting and short game practice area, buggies are available with golf club storage in abundance.

The indulgent Fairmont Spa comprises of a lush 16 metre pool, an array of hydrotherapy and fully equipped gymnasium. Ten individual treatment rooms ensure that the spa experience is truly memorable.

The Torrance Course
This Scottish links style course is a Par 72 and measures at 7230 yards. Designed by Sam Torrance, this course has classic Scottish revetted bunkers and large greens. The Torrance is an Open Qualifying Venue and host to The European Tour Scottish Championship and Hero Championship.

The Kittocks Course
At Par 72 and 7192 yards, The Kittocks course makes full use of the properties coastal location and is arguably the more pleasing visually. It has large rolling greens, undulating fairways and holes perched on top of the cliff tops breath-taking sea views. The Kittocks course layout is an old fashioned outward and inward loop.

The Torrance Course

This Scottish links style course is a Par 72 and measures at 7230 yards. Designed by Sam Torrance, this course has classic Scottish revetted bunkers and large greens and was rated number 26th in Golf Weekly ratings 2013. The Course also hosted The Open Championship qualifying course for the 2010 Open Championship and was the Home to The Scottish Seniors Open between 2009 and 2014 on The European Seniors Tour.

The Kittocks Course

At Par 72 and 7192 yards, this course has some of the most beautiful holes in Scottish golf with unparalleled vistas as the course hugs the dramatic Fife coastline. The original designer was Bruce Devlin with assistance from Gene Sarazen and it was rated number 37th in Golf Weekly ratings 2013. The Kittocks Course was also awarded The Golf Club & Course Experience of the Year 2013 – Golf Tourism Scotland.