Travel Editor Brandon Tucker shares some of his best pics from St. Andrews.
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There's only one water hazard on the Old Course, and it's the Swilcan Burn that runs through the 1st and 18th holes. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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One of the best vantage points you can get of the back nine is on the new 4th floor balcony of the Old Course Hotel. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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The first hole of the Old Course is forgiving as long as you miss the Swilcan Burn on the approach shot. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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Peril surrounds the 17th green on the Old Course. Steer too far from the Road Hole Bunker and you may find yourself on the road behind the green. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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Golfers can take one last rip on the Old Course at the 18th tee, which shares a giant fairway with the first hole. Just don't hit on the road. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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Seven miles from St. Andrews, Kingsbarns Golf Links boasts deep pot bunkers, fast greens, and one of Scotland's most upscale links experiences. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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A few minutes east of St. Andrews, the Fairmont St. Andrews boasts two links courses that sit high above the town. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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Besides the Old Course, six other Links Trust courses can be played, including the Jubilee, which is half the cost but still a pure links test in the heart of town. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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Located alongside the 17th hole, the Old Course Hotel and Jigger Inn allow for a front row seat of the Old after your match. (Brandon Tucker/TravelGolf)
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The Duke's Course, while not on the sea, still delivers sea and skyline views of St. Andrews from its high points. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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Take a quick detour from St. Andrews to the town of Crail on the easternmost edge of Fife, where the historic Balcomie links await. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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The greens on the St. Andrews Castle Course are tough, but the views certainly make up for any three-putting. (Brandon Tucker/GolfChannel.com)
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