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Playing the Old Course is one of the greatest thrills in
golf. But if you dont know what youre doing, it can be outrageously
expensive. How Expensive? Try $1,800 a round.
Peter Finch and Dean Knuth, Golf Digest Magazine, June
You and your golf buddies have always dreamed of visiting
St. Andrews to play the Old Course, and now, inspired by this year's British
Open, you're finally going to do it. So you call up a tour operator and... Hold
The top 10 overrated things in sport - No 3 - St
Alasdair Reid, The Sunday Times, 29 February 2004
The home of golf? No, just the site of a sandstone clubhouse
where golfs rules are made.
Links booking system comes under
Anita Rogan, The Citizen, 2 February 2001
St Andrews Links Trust was accused of driving another
nail into the coffin of local golfers this week.
Golf course issues examined at open
The Courier, 27 October 2000
A wide range of topics came under scrutiny during a series
of informal open forums held by senior officials and members of St Andrews
Links Trust and management committee.
St Andrews Links green fees
The Citizen, 13 October 2000
Following the Links Management Committees annual
review, new green fees for the six St Andrews Links courses will come into
operation on April 1, 2001.
Links committee announces new
The Courier, 11 October 2000
The thousands of visiting golfers who make the annual
pilgrimage to St Andrews to play over the Old Course will pay £85 for the
privilege of following in the footsteps of the sports stars next season.
Following the annual review of charges, St Andrews Links Management Committee
yesterday announced full details of the green fees which will come into
operation on April 1.
Tee-time booking on net gives golf tourism a
The Courier, 7 July 2000
A marketing initiative involving the latest computer
technology, which was first launched in St Andrews, is proving to be a
significant boost to golf tourism in Scotland.
Links Trust committed to continuing
The Citizen, 9 June 2000
Improving service to golfers and continuing investment
feature highly on the agenda for the St Andrews Links Trust in its latest
St Andrews set to go seven up more
Mike Aitken, The Scotsman, 15 February 2000
A new extension is required at the home of golf. With supply
struggling to meet demand, plans have been drawn up to add a magnificent
seventh golf course to the range of facilities already administered by the St
Fife Council plan no change to Links
Craig Nisbet, The Citizen, 9 April 1999
Fife Council officials yesterday recommended that no changes
were needed to the Act of Parliament that lays down how St Andrews Links are
New course could be created to meet demand on St Andrews
The Citizen, 30 October 1998
St Andrews Links Trustees are considering the creation of
another 18 hole golf course as part of a plan to stave-off a looming crisis as
play on the existing courses nears capacity. more
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