St. Andrews - The Home of Golf
To stand on the First Tee of The Old Course is something every discerning Golfer must do - drive the Golf Ball and play over the famous turf, across the Swilcan Burn and onto the first Green. It's then you feel the history -
the "home of golf" - first played on the Links at St Andrews in the early 1400s. You feel the presence of the Ghosts of Glory!
Around 1863, Old Tom Morris had the 1st green separated from the 17th green, producing the current 18-hole layout with seven double greens.
James Braid won The Open here in 1905 and 1910, then Bobby Jones in 1927.
Jack Nicklaus in 1970 and 1978 - Seve Ballesteros in 1984 - Zach Johnson joined the Victorious ranks in winning the 2015 (the 144th. British Open) on The Old Course! Do you dare to challenge your game over the famous links?
The Third Tee is surrounded by Gorse Bushes - Do you have the courage to Drive Forwards and On! Driving takes many forms - Golf Club or Car or both!
BENSON DRIVE SCOTLAND is waiting for you to play this Links - be Driven there - your time!
Booking and preparing in advance to give you a day you will never forget - from your arrival at the Clubhouse, until you shake hands on the 18th. Green to mild applause from the people watching the scene. Be there - with BENSON DRIVE SCOTLAND
Be driven around Scotland to play the Stunning Selection of Links Courses - The Oldest Golf Clubs in the World are at your fingertips - DRIVE - to the "FORE" Corners of our Links Courses! "Fore!", originally a Scots interjection, is used to warn anyone standing or moving in the flight of a golf ball