Created on a narrow strip of land between the New Course and the sea in the largest sand dunes leading to more variety of layout and elevation changes, the Jubilee was originally a 12 hole course. It has been extended twice and now measures 6,742 yards, the longest course operated by the St Andrews Links Trust. It is also the most demanding course, and many find it the most difficult in the St Andrews area with some of the holes being closely lined with gorse bushes and requiring long, straight tee shots. There is a fine collection of par three holes and testing par fours to large, undulating greens and these as always, are protected by cavernous pot bunkers normally associated with links golf. Given its location beside the sea, it is prone to the sea breezes that sweep in from St Andrews Bay.
|Address:||The Links, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland|
|Course Architect:||John Angus Junior, David Honeyman, Willie Auchterlonie and Donald Steele|
|Carts:||Available for Medical Certificate owners and senior citizens|
|Catering:||Yes, in the Links and Eden Clubhouses|
|Major Events:||Venue for qualifying rounds of the Amateur Championship in 2004, has hosted the Scottish Amateur Strokeplay Championship as well as the British Mid-Amateur Championship. The St Andrews Links Trophy is|
|Practice Facilities:||Putting green, Driving Range and short game facilities|
|Guest Locker Rooms:||Yes|