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Once a former mansion house, Best Western Invercarse is a 3-star hotel overlooking the River Tay. Take in the views while you relax in the hotel bar or from the restaurant where you can enjoy high-quality, local produce. 

The 68-bedroom hotel is a mix of traditional charm and contemporary comfort and is only minutes away from the city of Dundee where you can discover many attractions including the V & A Museum.

The hotel is perfectly located for golfers due to the proximity to the likes of Panmure Golf Club, Monifieth Golf Links and Downfield Golf Club.

Nearby Golf Courses

The Torrance Course

Sam Torrance was commissioned to design this superb championship layout, home of The Scottish Senior Open 2012.  It now features eight new holes and is regarded as among the top golf courses in the UK.

Distance From Course: 15 miles

The Kittocks Course

Gene Sarazen designed The Kittocks and he has made the most of this spectacular piece of land.  Players will enjoy wonderful views over Fife`s golfing coastline, some challenging new holes, superb greens and fairways, all just a few minutes from the historic university town of St Andrews.

Distance From Course: 15 miles

The Carnoustie Championship Course

Widely regarded as the toughest course on the Open Championship rota, Carnoustie is held in the highest regard with good reason. Carnoustie has hosted 8 Open Championships and 1 Women’s Open Championship.

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Distance From Course: 12 miles

Carnoustie Burnside Links

The Carnoustie Burnside Links is a fantastic course that has previously been used for Open Qualifying; it’s actually where Ben Hogan qualified before he claimed the Claret Jug on the Championship course in 1953.

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Distance From Course: 12 miles

Carnoustie Buddon Links

The Carnoustie Buddon Links course is the little brother to the Championship Course but in it’s own right, a very good course. It is always presented in immaculate condition and provides a fun and enjoyable challenge to all golfers. The Carnoustie Buddon links has been stretched in length over the years so don’t expect it to be a pushover – especially with the typical east coast breeze.

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Distance From Course: 12 miles

Dukes St Andrews

The Dukes Course belongs to the Old Course Hotel and sits high above the famous town of St Andrews.  It is widely regarded as being among the best heathland courses in the UK and has been improved over the years to provide an excellent alternative the huge variety of links golf available in this most famous of golfing regions.  The course is defined by its length - its over 7500 yards from the tips, the large waste bunkers that feature on several holes and the spectacular views of St Andrews.  There is a fantastic clubhouse with luxurious locker rooms and a great restaurant and if you`re lucky enough to be staying in the hotel, you`ll enjoy free transfers to and from the course. 

Distance From Course: 12 miles

Ladybank Golf Club

Ladybank Golf Club continued in the fine tradition of its more illustrious neighbours by engaging legendary course designer Old Tom Morris to lay out the original, 6-hole heathland course.  It was extended over the years with the 18 hole version opeing in 1961.

Ladybank has hosted local final qualifying for the Open Championship as recently as 2010 and many world renowned players, including Sam Torrance, Bernhard Langer and Justin Leonard have graced the fine heathland fairways.

Look out for the signature hole - the 9th - a dog-leg par 4 with a tricky two tier green. 


Distance From Course: 12 miles

Scotscraig Golf Club

Scotscraig is another of the R&A`s preferred final qualifying venues for the Open Championship.  It last hosted this prestigious tournament in 2010 - the year Louis Oosthuizen defeated a distant Lee Westwood at the main event over the Old Course, St Andrews.

The course is, strictly speaking, a heathland layout, but it proximity to the North Sea coast means you will have to deal with a fairly reliable sea breeze and fairways that bear more than a passing resemblance to their link-land cousins.

The 4th and 14th holes are particularly good, the first demanding accuracy to avoid deep riveted bunkers and the latter requiring a combination on power an accuracy to conquer its considerable 523 yard length. 

Distance From Course: 6 miles

Lynedoch - Murrayshall

The 9 hole Lynedoch Golf Course is the little brother of the Championship Murrayshall layout but that lack of length doesn`t mean its a soft touch.  It has some tight fairways, made to feel even narrower due to the tall Scots Pines lining either side, and this, combined with tricky greens and bracken filled gullies, makes the Lynedoch an interesting challenge for golfers of all abilities.

Distance From Course: 14 miles

Murrayshall Course - Murrayshall

Murrayshall is an unusual layout in that it has six par 5s.  This means you need to be long and accurate off the tee to get close to the par score of 73.  While the par 5s certainly offer up a challenge, it is the seventh, a 379 yard par 4 with dog-leg, stream and elevated green, that really gets the heart pumping on the outward half.  Then, as you approach the 19th hole and a well deserved drink, you have to negotiate the 199 yard 18th.  This a great finishing hole where success will make that drink taste all the sweeter and failure has probably meant a trip to the sand protecting three sides of the large green.  

Distance From Course: 14 miles

The Golf House Club, Elie

 The Golf House Club, Elie, better known as Elie Golf Club, is a short but rewarding links classic that will live long in the memory of anyone fortunate enough to play it.

It is highly regarded by even the most celebrated players. Peter Thomson, 5 time Open Champion, said that given the chance, he`d `build Elies all over the world`.

Simply over-powering the course is not an option as the undulating fairways and quick, superbly conditioned greens can be treacherous.  

The views from all parts of the course are spectacular.  On a clear day players stare out across the Firth of Forth towards Muirfield and North Berwick while some holes are so close to the shore that it`s not uncommon to see seals basking on the rocks.  Elie has a beautiful clubhouse with great facilities including an excellent pro shop, a traditional bar and a fine restaurant.  And don`t foget to take a look inside the starter`s hut where play is controlled with the help of a periscope - salvaged from HMS Excalibur in 1966.  

Elie is just 25 minutes from St Andrews and is a course that should form part of any trip to this most famous of golfing coasts.


Distance From Course: 20 miles

Kingsbarns Golf Links

Quite simply, one of Scotland’s modern greats and most sought-after golf experiences in the country, let alone St Andrews. Kingsbarns is located on 1.8 miles of pristine coastline and is only 7 miles from St Andrews itself meaning that it is a must include golf course during your stay in St Andrews.

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Distance From Course: 18 miles

Castle Course St Andrews

The Castle Course is the newest addition to the St Andrews Links golf courses. Opened in 2008, the Castle Course is unmissable and one of the very best golf courses in the area. It is a demanding golf course and a great challenge.

Perched on the rugged clifftop and boasting some of the very best views overlooking the old town of St Andrews, the Castle Course is a great modern links design. The clubhouse at the Castle Course is frequented by golfers and non-golfers alike, offering stunning views and a great place to relax post round.


Image Credit: St Andrews Links Trust

Distance From Course: 14 miles

Blairgowrie Rosemount

Rosemount was described as "the most beautiful green I have ever seen" by Tom Morris - golfer and course design legend.  It was actually designed by James Braid and combines reasonably forgiving faorways with large undulating greens to provide players with a firm but fair challenge.  It was also the scene of Greg Norman`s first European Tour victory when he triumphed in the 1977 Martini event.

Distance From Course: 14 miles

Blairgowrie Landsdowne

The Landsdowne is the younger brother of the renowned Rosemount golf course.  It was designed by Peter Allis and Dave Thomas and is widely regarded as the tougher of the two courses.  Accuracy off the tee is essential and smaller targets make this is tricky but enjoyable challenge for players of all standards.

Distance From Course: 14 miles

New Course St Andrews

The New Course at St Andrews is considered the oldest “New” course in the world being built in 1895! With undulating fairways and tricky greens, the New Course is a great layout and a real test of every club in the bag around this traditional links.

Stretching out at 6625 yards and par 71, the course is perhaps a tad shorter by modern standards however it is a great design and well worth playing as part of your St Andrews golf holiday experience.


Image Credit: St Andrews Links Trust

Distance From Course: 11 miles

Dumbarnie Links Golf Course

One of the newest and most exciting golf course projects in Scotland, Dumbarnie Links opened in Spring of 2020 and is already quickly becoming a must play golf course as part of your golf break in St Andrews alongside Kingsbarns and the famous Old Course itself.

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Distance From Course: 17 miles

Leven Links Golf Course

One of the oldest and most traditional links golf experiences in Scotland with golf being touted to have played along the famous dunes since 1846!

The golf course has and continues to host some of the game’s biggest tournaments including Open Championship qualifying and Scottish Team Matchplay.

Leven Links is a true links golf experience with lots of humps and bumps and fescue to contend with, meaning a sharp short game and inventive shot making being required to navigate this famous old links.

Distance From Course: 18 miles

Old Course St Andrews

A golf course that needs little by way of introduction, the famous Old Course in St Andrews is at the top of just about every golfer’s golf course ‘bucket list’ Relive your favourite Open moments and create unforgettable memories as you follow in the footsteps of the game’s greatest moments.

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Image Credit: St Andrews Links Trust

Distance From Course: 12 miles

Jubilee Course St Andrews

Considered to the toughest golf course of the seven links courses in St Andrews, the Jubilee has an interesting history – it was originally developed as a beginner’s course and to be used by ladies. In 1988, the course was re-designed as a championship golf course and a great addition to the St Andrews Links experience.

Wedged in between the New Course and the sea, the Jubilee Course has some great camera worthy holes and is must play as part of your St Andrews experience. 


Image Credit: St Andrews Links Trust

Distance From Course: 11 miles

Eden Course St Andrews

A gentler golfing experience, the Eden Course stretches out to 6250 yards, par 70. It is an enjoyable golf course with some great holes running alongside the water and estuary with some crisscrossing between holes adding to the traditional design features – the golf course was built in 1914.

We temper the “gentler” experience tag with the weather conditions on the day. The Eden course is more exposed to the elements and can be a real challenge when the wind blows! It is also wise to stay away from the bunkers, there are some really penalizing bunkers around the Eden which could spoil a scorecard or two!


Image Credit: St Andrews Links Trust

Distance From Course: 11 miles

Panmure Golf Club

A true and proper links course, Panmure Golf Club is an absolute gem and a must play for those who visit the area – or worth a trip just to play Panmure. It really is that good. A layout designed by 3 of the most famous names in golf; James Braid, Old Tom Morris and Ben Hogan – they definitely got it right. The toughest hole on Panmure is named after Hogan – a 414 yard par 4 makes the 6th hole a test of your golfing abilities.

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Distance From Course: 11 miles

Monifieth Golf Links

36 holes of golfing brilliance, Monifieth Golf Links has 2 exquisite 18 hole layouts – the Medal course and the Ashludie. And you definitely need to play both of them on your visit to the area.

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Distance From Course: 8 miles

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