Unmatched golfing experience is what the Royal Links Golf Club is all about. This golf gem was created to honor golf’s rich tradition and history. The entire layout recreates some of the British Open rotation including St. Andrews’ “Hell Bunker” and “The Road Hole”, and Royal Troon’s “The Postage Stamp”. Other courses that were included in the loop are Royal Liverpool, Turnberry, Royal Lytham, Carnoustie, Muirfield, Royal Birkdale, and Prestwick. And in order to commemorate British Open’s great moments, monuments were erected at the golf course’s various points. The Champions Wall for instance was erected in an area near the practice green to honor British Open American champions.
The Royal Links Golf Club also features the authentic Scottish designed holes with the perfect combination of deep and hidden bunkers and hazards to complete the challenging rounds of golf. And in order to cater various skill levels, the course has the four sets of tees. The Royal tees offer the 7,029-yard play with the course rating of 73.7 and a slope rating of 135. The Gold tees offer a 6,602-yard play with course rating of 71.2 and slope rating of 135. The Ruby tees play at 5,864 yards with a course rating of 68.4 and slope rating of 125 while the Emerald tees offer the 5,142-yard of play with the course rating of 69.8 and a slope rating of 115. Forecaddies are highly recommended while on play.
Aside from the challenging golf layout, the Royal Links Golf Club also boasts of its castle-style clubhouse which was named as one of America’s top golf shops as cited by the Golf World Business Magazine in 2004. Guests can find an assortment of quality merchandise including Callaway clubs, FootJoy shoe rentals, and the collectible memorabilia. Golfing guests are required to have the proper golfing outfit.