02 - 03 Sep 23
Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland


Walker Cup - Spectator Information

Programme of Events

Friday 1 September
5.00 - 6.00pm Opening Ceremony on the Old Course (free to attend, no ticket required)
Saturday 2 September
Match Day One Tee Times
8.30 - 9.00am 4 Foursomes Matches 1.45 - 2.55pm 8 Singles Matches
Sunday 3 September
Match Day Two Tee Times
8.00 - 8.30am 4 Foursomes Matches 1.15 - 2.45pm 10 Singles Matches Closing Ceremony following completion of play.
Please help us host a more sustainable Walker Cup:
    • Where possible use public transport, walk or cycle to get to us.
    • Remember to bring a reusable water bottle and use our free refill stations.
    • Prevent litter and use the recycling bins available across the course.
Thank you for playing your part. Please note that no dogs are allowed on the course for the duration of the match.

Walker Cup - Spectator Map

The 49th Walker Cup will be staged over The Old Course in St Andrews on 2-3 September 2023.    It is the most iconic golf course in the world and was host venue for The 150th Open. It will be the first time the Walker Cup has been held over the Old Course since 1975. A map of the course, parking and other facilities is available at the link below.


Travelling to the 49th Walker Cup

Free of charge car parking is available. Please follow the directional signage to the White public car park which is located close to the 16th Tee. Public catering and toilet facilities are located by the 1st fairway, 9th green and 17th green.

By Public Transport

By Rail
ScotRail provides train services from destinations across Scotland to Leuchars – the nearest station to St Andrews. A bus connection will be available from Leuchars Train Station directly to St Andrews. Rail timetables and ticket booking information can be found at
By Bus
St Andrews is part of the local public bus network, which connects to many local accommodation hubs such as Dundee, Cupar, Glenrothes and the villages around the East Neuk of Fife. Stagecoach is the operator of the 99 service, which connects St Andrews to Leuchars and Dundee, and the 95 service, which connect St Andrews to the East Neuk of Fife. These local services are complemented by an express network that provides links from Glasgow (X24) and Edinburgh (X59) as well as local links such as Dunfermline (X24), Cupar and Glenrothes (X59/X24). All Stagecoach services stop at St Andrews Bus Station, which is approximately a five-minute walk from the golf course. Tickets can be purchased on buses or via the Stagecoach Bus App. Further information on planning your journey, including timetables and tickets valid for multiple journeys, can be found on the Stagecoach website. All local buses accept contactless payments.

By Road

There will public car parking available at St Andrews Links. Please follow signage for parking facilities near the course. Spectators choosing to travel to the event by car or motorcycle will be directed by specific black and yellow event signs provided by The AA.
From the North/Dundee Follow the A90 or A92 towards Dundee to pick up signs for the Tay Bridge (A92). Once across the bridge, follow signs for the Walker Cup. From the West/Perth Leave the M90 at J9 and follow the A912 towards Abernethy. Turn left onto the A913, still following signs for Abernethy/Newburgh, then follow signs for the Walker Cup. From Glasgow Leave Glasgow on the M80 then after J7 keep left to join the M876 towards Kincardine Bridge. Continue to follow signs for the M876, then the A876 to cross the Clackmannanshire Bridge. Pick up signs for the A977 and continue to follow the A977 towards Kinross. Join the M90 near Kinross, then leave at J8 and follow signs for the A91 towards St Andrews. Continue along the A91 and follow signs for the Walker Cup. From the South/Edinburgh Follow the A90/M90 to the Forth Road Bridge (Queensferry Crossing). Continue to follow the M90 and leave at junction 2A to join the A92 towards Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes. At the Preston Roundabout, turn right onto the A911 then continue straight at the next roundabout to pick up the A915 towards St Andrews. Continue along the A915 and follow signs for the Walker Cup.

By Air

Scheduled flights operate to and from a number of airports within easy reach of St Andrews, including:


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Join us as we celebrate 100 years since the Walker Cup was first staged in St Andrews and witness one of the fiercest team rivalries in amateur golf battle it out on the Old Course. The energy and excitement will be unparalleled as Great Britain and Ireland go head-to-head with the USA in this historic match-up at the home of golf.

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