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17 Apr 2009
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Visit *******www.newgolfclubstandrews******/membership/ukmembership/ for more information on applying for UK membership at The New Golf Club, St Andrews. Discover how you can guarantee a splendid panoramic view over The Old Course as you relax after your round of golf.
11 Oct 2011
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Visit *******www.newgolfclubstandrews******/membership/overseasmembership/ for more information on applying for temporary and overseas membership at The New Golf Club, St Andrews. Discover how you can guarantee a splendid panoramic view over The Old Course as you relax after your round of golf. Category:
11 Oct 2011
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Alien Attack at St Andrews Castle
26 Aug 2019
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Alien Attack at St Andrews Harbour
26 Aug 2019
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Michaela's Seaside Burial
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Mining Tunnels Underneath St Andrews Castle
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Sneaking Into St Andrews Castle
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Slice Girls Jessica Albatross and Stacy Stickler answer a mega-important question about the rules of golf from golf slapper, Mr. Wayne Kerr. See the entire rules of golf series at golfuncut****, home of golfs most entertaining golf videos.
24 Jul 2007
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www.studytours.it St Andrews is a town meant for exploring. The medieval layout of the town centre still remains intact, with the main shopping areas concentrated in Market Street and South Street. St Andrews also boasts two exceptional beaches. The award-winning West Sands, separated by dunes from the Links, is one of the finest beaches in Britain, and was where the opening sequence of Chariots of Fire was filmed. Superb views can be obtained looking back towards the town. Fans of golf will know St Andrews as the home of golf, with its world famous "Old Course" at the Royal and Ancient Golf Club. A picturesque university town set on Scotland’s east coast, just 50 miles from Edinburgh, St Andrews is a town that has been making history for more than a thousand years. Everywhere you turn there are lovely, graceful buildings, some dating back far into medieval times. There’s the bishops’ castle with its infamous bottle dungeon, for example. Turning to the present day, the town has a theatre, arts centre, museums and a range of shops to suit all tastes. St Andrews coastline is home to many different sea birds, and seals and dolphins swim offshore. Inland, you can use the town as a base to visit some of Scotland’s grandest mountains, the Highlands and its lakes (called lochs), as well as finding out more about one of Scotland’s fascinating whisky distilleries. Campus: The PLUS Centre is based at the University of St Andrews, one of the oldest Universities in the UK, within a superbly picturesque medieval setting. A modern sports centre with adjacent playing fields and halls of residence are also located in this area. Although it is not a campus University, it has grown and developed with the town and is now comfortably integrated. The PLUS Village is right in the town centre - The accommodation, the refectory and the common rooms are located in the same building whilst the classrooms (usually available at Madras College), are about 10 minutes drive. A shuttle service is provided free of charge to all our students. The university’s outstanding halls of residences are spread throughout the town though the buildings are within walking distance from each other. The accommodation may be either in standard single bed rooms with wash hand basins or in en-suite single study bedrooms. St Andrews has a magnificent sports centre with tennis, squash and badminton courts, "five-a-side" football and basketball, football and so on.
30 Mar 2010
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On a sunshine filled February day I took time out to film the very first episode of HomeofGolf.tv. It was fun to stroll around the 18th and 17th greens before deciding to check out the views over West Sands and the Old Course from The Seafood Restaurant. As luck would have it Ross Frame, the restaurant manager at The Seafood Restaurant, was kind enough to chat to me about their menu of the day. I always highly recommend a meal at this award winning restaurant. Afterwards I met Elizabeth Palompo, owner of Cameron House Guest House, who gave me a great insight into when to book accommodation for the 2010 Open Championship and also all year around. Plus I had a chat with American Robbie, a long time patron, about his twice yearly visits to the Home of Golf. Finally a quick trip to the Castle before wrapping up by the 1st hole on the Old Course. Please leave a comment and let me know what you thought of the first episode. Additionally what is your most memorable Open Championship moment? Cheers Andy P.S. Make sure you don’t miss the next episode by signing up here Links mentioned in this episode: The Seafood Restaurant, St Andrews Bruce Embankment, St Andrews, KY16 9AB Tel: 01334 479 475 Cameron House, St Andrews 11 Murray Park, St Andrews Tel: 01334 47 23 06 The Question of the Day: What is your most memorable Open Championship experience? Please leave your answer in the comments section below. Thank you.
11 Jun 2009
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Episode 7 features Braeside House B&B, a delightful Bed and Breakfast run by two of St Andrews most charming hosts, James and Margaret Yule. In this episode James and Margaret offered me a warm and friendly welcome into their award-winning B&B in the historic town of St Andrews. They discussed with me how they achieved the Scottish Tourist Board 4 Star Award with their thoughtful and generous hospitality towards their guests and great attention to detail. They really are a font of local information and take pleasure in sharing this knowledge with guests at their B&B so that they can get maximum enjoyment out of their time in St Andrews. During my visit to Braeside House James and Margaret shared with me plenty of stories about their golfing exploits around St Andrews and other courses too. I especially enjoyed their tale of how they managed to secure marshalling jobs at the 4th and 17th holes for the PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass this year. Plus James tells me how he walked the full 18 holes at Augusta during the The Masters with his son and Colin Montgomerie! I then noticed a photograph of Margaret and Hugh Grant in the lounge and hear how she regularly scores for the celebrities during the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews As both James and Margaret are lucky enough to be Links Ticket holders they have played all of the golf courses at St Andrews many times, particularly the Old Course. This allows them to share with residents their golfing knowledge on how to book tee times. Whilst James can’t guarantee getting you a tee time for the Old Course he will certainly do his utmost to secure one for you during your stay at Braeside House! One of the highlights of your visit to Braeside House is sure to be the scrumptious breakfast which they offer. Whether it’s the home-made pancakes, traditional full Scottish Breakfast or the Arbroath Smokies you opt for, alongside porridge, fresh fruit, cereals and toast with home-made marmalade, jams and local honey, these freshly cooked delectable delights are sure to carry you through at least one round of golf in St Andrews! What a great way to start your day in St Andrews - you definitely won’t set off with a rumbling tummy! As well as offering exceptional hospitality this privately owned B&B comprises of 3 spacious, tastefully furnished en-suite bedrooms which are all non-smoking. As a guest at Braeside House you can also enjoy its spacious dining room and comfortable guest lounge. Braeside House also offers guests ample parking facilities, express laundry and dry-cleaning facility and free Internet Wi-Fi. Braeside House is in a quiet and lovely location which is also very convenient – it’s within easy walking distance to the shops, restaurants and bars, the university, and the historic sights of St Andrews. Most importantly a 10 minute walk is all that is required to take you to the famous St Andrews Old Course, the Home of Golf! James also recommends the Castle Course, set on a dramatic cliff location, overlooking St Andrews Bay. Watch the video to see a great painting of the new seventh course by local St Andrews artist Ken Roberts. Ken is based at the Hill Crest Studio Gallery in Strathkiness, just 3 miles from St Andrews. Whether it’s a round of golf on the Home of Golf’s world famous courses you are after or simply a few days to visit the attractions of St Andrews and take in its special atmosphere I recommend Braeside House for your stay - you’ll arrive as guests and leave as friends! During Episode 7 I also had the pleasure of accompanying James on an aerial tour of St Andrews. From the helicopter ( PDG Helicopters ) I managed to capture amazing footage of the Old Course and St Andrews Links, as well as the surrounding area including the Fairmont St Andrews Hotel with the new Kittocks course (previously the Devlin) and the Torrance course, Firth of Tay, the Tay Bridge, Tentsmuir Beach and Dundee. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did from the air! Braeside House B&B 25 Nelson Street, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 8AJ Scotland Website: Braeside-StAndrews****** Email: jamesbraeside-standrews****** Tel No: +44 1334 473375 Fax No: +44 1334 479102 Finally the Question of the Day: What is your favorite golf accommodation in the world? Please leave your answer in the comments section below. Thank you.
14 Jun 2009
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