Membership Offer - Fairmont St Andrews

Fairmont St Andrews

This revolutionary membership offer provides you with two championship links-style courses to choose from and so much more.

You get year round play – no temporary tees, greens or mats – and an opportunity to obtain an official club handicap. You can also play in at least 20 competitions per year, plus weekly roll up competitions.

It must be said that both courses, The Torrance - host venue of the Scottish Senior Open from 2009 to 2014 - and The Kittocks, offer sensational links golf.

There’s a two-month booking window to secure the tee time you desire. No restrictions – enter competitions and play at anytime on that day and choose who you want to play with.

Put simply, you are in complete control to choose the right membership bundle to suit your lifestyle.

Take your time - you don’t have to use your rounds each year. As long as you renew, you will have two years to use your rounds.

Current offers

10 Rounds: £300
25 Rounds: £500
Unlimited Rounds (includes complimentary range balls): £750

Sign up one Junior aged 16 or under for a free junior membership. Four-day guest passes to the on-site Signature Spa and discounts in all venues at Fairmont St Andrews including St Andrews Bar & Grill. Reduced guest rates for members.

Contact details

T: 01334 837000
E: standrews.scotland@fairmont.com
W:standrewsbay.com/golf
F: Search for ‘Fairmont St Andrews’
T: @FairmontStA

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