A running shot to the right centre may be the safest option. A fairway wood or long iron should stop short of the pond, leaving a short approach to the offset green. Gorse right and left of the tee gives this short par four an intimidating look, however the fairway opens out at 150 yards and there is plenty of room to the right. A lay up short of the bunkers at the start of the approach leaves a pitch of around 100 yards to a large green. Two deep bunkers either side of the slope below this high plateau green will gather shots failing to get up the bank. Welcome to St Andrews Links, the Home of Golf. There is a wide fairway to the right of the two visible bunkers on this hole. Downwind, these hazards are often in play. The approach has to clear a nest of four unpleasant bunkers and a ridge which guard the green. A flat green offers a relatively straightforward approach shot from almost anywhere on the short grass. Advance booking enquiries for the Eden Course (min two golfers) can be made at least two days ahead. Check where the flag is before deciding on your approach strategy. User Photos of St Andrews (Eden Course) No users have uploaded photos of this course. If playing the Old is like having dinner with the Queen, playing the Eden is like riding a roller coaster: wild, spirited, and breathtakingly fun! Located west of the Old, New and Jubilee courses and north of the Strathtyrum and Balgove courses, the 6,112-yard, par 70, Eden course is a fine links on which to enjoy a round of golf at St Andrews.. The Torrance Course - Fairmont St Andrews Golf Courses, St Andrews Bay, St Andrews, KY16 8PN +44 (0) 1334 837023, +44 (0) 1334 837000 Course Website There is a wide fairway to the right of the two visible bunkers on this hole. Approaches should be long enough to negotiate the fairway in front of a flat circular green. Left half of the green is safest. - Dave Klekota. Eden Course Slope Rating Certificate, To establish the handicap you will use for a round of golf on the Eden Course, consult the handicap charts via the link below. View the slope rating of the Eden Course via the link below. The green sits beyond two substantial cross bunkers. Aim to the right hand side of the ridge crossing the fairway for the best line into the green. © 2020 St. Andrew's East. You can go right or left of the three bunkers visible from the tee. $ 0.00 0.00. A slope rating evaluates the relative playing difficulty of a course for players who are not scratch golfers. Want to hear from us? And the Castle Course opened in 2008. Please note: Saturday tee times are allocated on a first come first served basis and can only be arranged by approaching the Starter on the day you want to play. Downwind it is possible to clear the ridge but the ground beyond is undulating and may deflect the ball into rough or gorse. Please contact our Reservations Team by, Get the most out of your trip to the Home of Golf with our wide selection of golf offers and packages. Aim for the left half of the fairway. The landing area beyond the post is relatively flat and gives a good view down the length of the green. The target is narrow front to back and slopes from the top right side. Get an overview of the course information in our digital scorecard. Want to hear from us? Planning on booking a round during the winter months? Built in 1914, the Eden Course was developed to help with the overwhelming demand for golf in the town of St Andrews, and it is now one of the seven golf courses maintained by the St Andrews Links Trust. You can go right or left of the three bunkers visible from the tee. Most notably, the 17th, par-four follows an old railway line and requires precision and accuracy. The fairway opens up to the right of the first visible bunker and a downhill slope can help a drive gain a few extra yards. Aim for the left half of the fairway. As such, the greens of The Eden Course are the most undulating to be found at the St. Andrews links. Read our winter golf guide so you'll know what to expect on our courses. Severe slopes left and right make recovery from off the green a challenge. The target is flat green with no hazards beyond the three bunkers short left. Or click on Yardage Charts to print paper-based charts to your exact specification. Originally designed by Harry S. Colt, several alterations were made by Donald Steele in the late 1980s. It was the fourth course to be built at St Andrews Links reflecting the growing demand for ply on its sisters, the Old, the New and the Jubilee. Luxury Golf Travel and Packages to Scotland and St Andrews including Old Course Tee Times Aim to keep right of the two fairway bunkers at 300 yards from the medal tee. Login with your free account to see the full photos of this course. Whether you’re travelling from Australia or Aberdeen, get the most from your visit by taking advantage of our services and facilities. Sharing our goals and values, Allianz work with us to preserve the home of golf. Course highlights. Only slightly more forgiving than its contemporaries on the seaward side of the Links, the Eden Course was built in 1914 by Harry S. Colt whose use of natural boundaries and severe bunkers provides a course full of character. Free shipping for many products! There is out of bounds down the right side. The green is long and narrow. Aim the drive to the right of the bunkers at 200 yards. Downwind, it may be possible to get close to the putting surface. Aim for the left side of the fairway towards the gorse in the distance for the best view of this difficult plateau green. Left centre is the safest place to aim for. Subscribe to our mailing list or sign in to edit your existing email preferences. Please contact our Reservations Department by email or by calling +44 (0)1334 466 718. Built in 1914, the Eden Course was developed to help with the overwhelming demand for golf in the town of St Andrews, and it is now one of the seven golf courses maintained by the St Andrews Links Trust. Going for the green in two requires a very accurate approach threaded through the mounds leading to the green. SC 006161 St Andrews Links, St Andrews Links Trust - Proud global partners with. With seven golf courses, we are the largest public golf complex in Europe.