Welcome To Fairmont St Andrews Devlin Course
Details Correct As Of 07/04/2015
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Handicap Certificates Required
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GREEN AND MEMBERSHIP FEES
Green Fees Weekdays
Green Fees Weekends
Green Fees Twilight
Green Fees Junior
£Free when playing with a paying adult
Green Fees Society
Packages - £45-£135
Green Fees Other
Combination £120 - £150
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PRO SHOP SERVICES
Club Hire Available
Club Repairs Available
Custom Club Fitting Service
Trolley Hire Available
Electric Trolley Repair
Buggy Hire Available
Course Planner Available
CLUB HOUSE FACILITIES
Afternoon Tea Available
The Devlin Course is a testament to Bruce Devlins experience and expertise. It is a truly magnificent 72 par, 7,049 yard championship course that sweeps its way along the rugged seaside landscape. This as yet, undiscovered gem begins by innocently easing the golfer into a false sense of security, offering wide, well manicured fairways that wind around man-made water features and risky bunkers, teasing the golfer with a mix of par fours and fives.
Then it is onto the par 5, 7th where the walk to the tee signals the beginning of the roller coaster style ride up, over and around the rugged wilderness of Kittocks Den. These ridge holes open up to the panorama of the white water crashing on the rocky shoreline below and over the body of the North sea to the Grampian mountains which dominate the horizon. The ever-changing ambience of this vast and spectacular view heightens the experience for the vacation golfer or the professional.
Continuing on to the par 4, 9th, which hugs the natural curve of the coastline, down to the heavily protected, suspended green. The golfer is continually taunted by the course, which offers debate as to whether to play safe or take a risk.
At the par 4, 11th again faced with the dilemma of risk/reward: Do you veer to the tight fairway on the right or the wider, longer and safer option on the left? The decision is yours.
The excitement continues to mount as the homeward stretch lies ahead, all the while heading to the par 4, signature 17. After a solid drive this dog leg leaves a precarious 2nd shot towards the cliff edge green, which is heavily guarded by slopes and strategically placed bunkers. The par 3, 18th provides one final surprise - one must complete the round with a skillful shot to secure par.
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TRAVEL DIRECTIONS & MAP
GETTING TO ST. ANDREWS
St Andrews is in the Kingdom of Fife on Scotlands east coast. There are three major international airports that guests fly into:
Edinburgh (Approximatley 83.5 km / 52 miles)
Glasgow (Approximatley 118.9 km / 73.9 miles)
Aberdeen (Approximatley 135 km / 84 miles)
Transfer to Fairmont St Andrews is approximately 1 hour from Edinburgh or 2 hours and 15 minutes from Glasgow. It is possible to take the scenic route from Edinburgh Airport to St Andrews, driving through picturesque and charming fishing villages, but this adds approximately 30 minutes to the journey.
At St Andrews at the 1st roundabout take 2nd exit for town centre.
At next roundabout take 1st exit onto North Street.
Continue along North Street to Cathedral and follow the road round to the right.
At mini roundabout take 1st exit A917 for Crail
St Andrews Bay is approximately 2.0 miles on the left.
St Andrews is not on the train line. The nearest station is Leuchars on main line from London, Edinburgh and Aberdeen (20-minutes away from Fairmont St. Andrews). St Andrews may be reached by car, taxi or by bus from Leuchars. More information available from the concierge. Bus Approximately a 15-minute journey from the train station to St Andrews. 2 to 3 buses per hour between (9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and less frequently at other times) Taxi: Approximate cost is £15
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