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The famous Swilcan Bridge on the 18th hole of the Old Course at the Home of Golf. The bridge was originally built over 700 years ago so shepherds could move their flock across the Swilcan Burn which meanders through what is now the 1st and 18th...more
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The Old Course | St Andrews Links, St Andrews KY16 9JB, Scotland
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I'm not a golfer, but my husband is and golfing at St. Andrews was on his bucket list. That we were allowed to walk on the course over the fairway and take a photo here was very impressive, many courses would have asked us to...More
If your a golfing fan or just enjoy watching the British Open, this is an iconic part of the course! Best bet is to go on Sunday as there is no golf going on. Trust me as Monday - Saturday there is golfing going on...More
On Monday we arrived in St Andrews and made our way immediately to The Old Course.Suddenly it was right in front of us and there was the Swilcan Bridge where so much Golf History has taken place. Several couples were helping each other take photos...More
Went to St Andrews to connect to my Scottish heritage and golf the Old Course. I cannot believe how this trip with my son for part and friends for part, fulfilled my every wish dream desire. What a wonderful place is St Andrews and Scotland.
Didn’t play the Old Course this trip, but walked ont9 the swollen Bridge for a couple of quick photos. The Pld Course is a public park so don’t be shy about following a group out to the Bridge after they tee off on 18 an...More
If you’re a golfer or a golfing fan, there’s nothing like walking the 1st and 18th holes of the Old Course at St. Andrews. Visiting on a Sunday when there are no golfers allows you to take your time. As you stand on the 700...More