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St Andrews Links Trust advises residents of Sunday play in 2018 calendar

May 16 2018

St Andrews Links would like to advise residents and visitors of Sunday play on The Old Course in 2018.
 
The Old Course will host several of its annual events over the next few months, which will require the course to be open for play.
 
The limited Sunday openings will begin this Sunday (20 May) when the R&A Mens and Ladies Local Clubs Gold Medals take place.

Further competitions are scheduled in June with the culmination of the St Rule Trophy on 3 June and the prestigious St Andrews Links Trophy on 10 June.
 
This year in addition to these annual events The Old Course will also host Sunday play on 24 June and 5 August as part of celebrations to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the St Andrews Golf Club.
 
The Home of Golf regularly plays host to the world’s best golfers and this year will include some legends of the game, as rivalries are renewed at The Senior Open, presented by Rolex, which will be staged on the Old Course for the first time. The Senior Open will crown a new champion on 29 July while Tyrell Hatton will seek his third successive victory at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship when it reaches its climax over the world’s most famous Links on 7 October.
 
St Andrews Links Trust Director of Golf John Grant said: “We would like to advise golfers, residents and visitors alike of these dates in 2018 when play will take place on The Old Course.
 
“The Old Course is extremely popular with walkers and visitors alike on Sundays and we would ask people to be aware that play will take place on the dates listed above. Visitors to the Links on these dates should refrain from walking across the course during play and adhere to the public footpaths as well as being aware that golf will be being played around them.
 
“We would like to thank the residents of St Andrews and visitors to the town in advance for their co-operation.”
 
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