The Eden course is a fine like a course to play when visiting the home of golf Scotland. Designed by the great Harry Colt and opened for play in 1914, This Course plays at 6,250 yards and holds a Par of 70. In typical Colt fashion, the course requires more strategic play and is far less punishing than many other links. Scoring well on the golf course is entirely possible with good course management. Donald Steel's expansion to the St Andrews Links was creating more space and a driving range. He had to redesign several holes on the Eden Course, and whilst in the process, additional land was acquired to add to the back nine. The Golf Course is a fun golf course that is less challenging than the New, Jubilee, or Old courses.
The Links is the most played by the locals than any other course at St.Andrews, and you will always be likely to find a weekly medal competition on the links.
There are more undulations and slopes to the Course's greens than the rest of the courses on the Links.
With great views and excellent design, The Eden is a perfect complement to the wonderful and most Charming town.