No golf lover – nor even those who think they might not be very interested in golf – should miss visiting the award-winning British Golf Museum, situated just a long putt away from the 18th Green of the Old Course in St Andrews.
Featuring a detailed history of the development of the game and its equipment, a footage archive, and substantial quantities of golfing memorabilia, this is a place for enthusiasts and novices alike. Children will most enjoy the interactive displays and the chance to try putting with different clubs and balls from down the ages. The museum features a roof-top cafe offering spectacular views over the golf courses and beaches.
Visit the British Golf Museum’s website for visitor information, and some handy golf fact-sheets.