Fun & games in St. Andrews

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Fun Activities & Games in St. Andrews

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  • Derek Y
    Glasgow, UK3 contributions
    We had good fun at the clay shooting centre. I was a bit apprehensive going but was very quickly put at ease with the warm welcome from the team. Jim Thomson was an excellent instructor and was very patient at explaining what to do and helped me to actually hit a couple of targets which was a great feeling. I had been worried about the recoil from the gun hurting my shoulder but I was given an extra pad and can honestly say I never felt a thing. So if you were thinking about doing the experience but have similar concerns to me, I would say...go ahead and do it...you will be in the hands of experts and will come away with a sense of achievement (and a photo!)
    Written 26 September 2022
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  • KansasScout
    Lawrence, KS307 contributions
    Want to be able to say your played golf at St Andrews? This is the way! 18 hole putting course by the Links Club House, About $5 to play, check website for reservation needs. Sometimes open to walk ins, I think. Course is really hilly, hence the name. None of that flat putting surfaces. This is a challenge. And lots of fun with friends.
    Written 4 July 2022
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  • Linda
    2 contributions
    Just returned from 5 days golf tuition with hubby (been playing in excess of 40yrs) and myself (been playing since Oct 20).
    Self-catering accommodation was included, flat was centrally located for easy walk to shops/pubs and easy access to golf courses including famous Old Course and essential photo opportunity on Swilcan bridge.
    George was so welcoming and put us at our ease immediately. Every morning was one to one golf tuition including trackman assessments, then on to outdoor practice area and the driving range at the golf academy.
    Played the Strathtyrum Course with our pro (George) on one of the afternoons while the other 4 afternoons were spent on the Balgove Course (included in the package) honing the skills and drills from the morning sessions in the studio.
    I have returned home more knowledgeable about the game of golf, the exercise’s you can do to improve your flexibility and essentially more confident in my ability. I will of course pick up some bad habits as I go along so I will return to St Andrews Golf Academy for refreshers as this is an excellent facility and not only for golfers but great for visitors/holiday makers/ students for a fun Trackman activity on a wet afternoon in Scotland. To sum up, it’s 5 stars from me. Oh, and last day training with George was Fri 16th Sept and finished 2nd in the ladies' medals final on Sun 18th Sept, really chuffed.
    Written 18 September 2022
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  • MurrayElliot
    Edinburgh, UK290 contributions
    We frequent NPH often, but have never written a review.

    It's an old 1930s cinema with a real 1930's vibe inside. Cinema 1 is relatively up to date, cinemas 2 & 3 a bit older and more cramped. Cinema 1 has VIP seats, and you can almost always get one (£14 for a seat including a drink - wine, beer or soft drink of your choice isn't bad), they're large, comfortable and recline if you're so inclined (sic).

    Occasionally cinema 1 can be quite cold for the first showing of the day, so wrap up, but if you're snuggled up on the VIP chairs with a jacket over you, it's pretty nice.

    Recently a film I went to see was quite quiet, so I've sent them my feedback, but this isn't normally the case.

    The staff are generally friendly and homely in my experience. The booking system works quite well.

    Limited snacks, but no restrictions to you taking in your own. No hot food available (hot dogs etc)

    About the same cost as Cineworld in Dundee (VIP seating about the same as 'STAR' seats in Cineworld too), but definitely a more quaint and historic feel than the huge open spaces and bright decor of Cineworld.
    Written 5 May 2019
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  • wilsongr10
    St. Andrews, UK37 contributions
    Place is in poor condition and needs money spent on it but Fife Leisure only spends on Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes and Dunfermline. Classes are non existent and health suite is useless and not clean
    Written 8 June 2021
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