Everything you can do in St. Andrews for £100

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Thousands of golf fans will arrive in St. Andrews this week to take in the Open at the Old Course. The Auld Grey Toon, as they call it, is buzzing, filled to the brim with visitors.

They will no doubt hover around the Old Course, taking in their fill of the golf. But when the golf is done, there’s plenty more to see and do in town. How much fun can you have in St. Andrews with £100? As it turns out, quite a lot. 

James Colgan joined me in a trek all across St. Andrews, starting at Munch for a bacon roll, ending at Jannettas for ice cream eight hours later. In between we visited the R&A Museum, bought plenty of gear, saw the seals at the Aquarium, bumped into Justin Rose on the Old Course and downed a couple pints.

Check it all out in the video below. 

Sean Zak

Golf.com Editor

Zak is a writer at GOLF Magazine, currently working on a book about the summer he spent in St. Andrews. You can read about those travels here and catch his latest thoughts on the Drop Zone Podcast:

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