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Teeing up for an American experience in Fife   more

Julie Bain, Scotland on Sunday, 24 Decenber 2000

American leisure entrepreneurs Don and Nancy Panoz, developers of the £50m St Andrews Bay resort, are recruiting some of the top players in the European hotel industry as they move to bring an American style of service to their Fife resort.

Management star appointed to St Andrews Bay   more

The Citizen, 3 November 2000

One of the most respected names in European hotel management has been appointed general manager of St Andrews Bay, the new golf resort, hotel, spa and conference centre being built outside the town.

St Andrews researches climate's effect on golf   more

Frank O'Donnell, The Scotsman, 6 June 2000

The owner of a £50 million golf resort in St Andrews has invited scientists to investigate the effects of climate change on Scotland's courses.

Jobs bonanza   more

The Citizen, 19 May 2000

Fifers are queuing up for jobs at a massive development in St Andrews, currently, the largest tourism-related investment in Scotland. At Fife Jobsfair, in Glenrothes, people from throughout the Kingdom called at the St Andrews Bay Development stand.

Marianne is flying high for homecoming   more

The Courier, 15 May 2000

Marianne MacKinnon from St Andrews might be a girl who is going places, but the 24-year-old high flier will never forget where she has already been.

St Andrews Bay awards building project to Fife company   more

The Citizen, 14 January 2000

Inverkeithing based Muir Construction has been awarded a £1m contract to build two manor homes on behalf of St Andrews Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Conference Centre.

Scholarships to the fore for golf resort   more

Michael Alexander, The Courier, 14 October 1999

The leisure and tourism industry in Fife was given a boost yesterday when it was announced that five one-year scholarships are to be awarded to students at further education colleges in the Kingdom.

Work gets under way on Kingask golfing complex   more

Michael Alexander, The Courier, 7 September 1999

When St Andrews Bay Development Ltd announced last year that it wanted to create a £50 million hotel, conference and golf complex at Kingask on the outskirts of St Andrews, it promised that the project would create a world-class resort offering major benefits to the local and Fife-wide economy.

Monday start date for Kingask development   more

The Citizen, 3 September 1999

Work on the new £50 million golf resort development at Kingask, on the outskirts of St Andrews, is due to start on Monday.

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