The 600 Club – Saints Golf Donor Fund
Join our community of supporters from around the globe to help us develop a world-renowned golf programme at Scotland’s first university.
With access to world-leading teaching and a comprehensive professionally run high performance golf programme, there is nowhere more special than St Andrews – the Home of Golf – at which to be a student golfer.
Our aim is to attract the brightest and best students to St Andrews, where they can pursue their golfing ambitions to the highest level whilst studying for a degree at one of the finest academic institutions in the world.
The 600 Club
The 600 Club was formed in 2013 during the University’s 600-year anniversary celebrations to support the growth and development of the Saints Golf Programme.
Our supporters club offers a way for former players, friends, and family to stay connected and help sustain the long and distinguished history of golf at the University.
To achieve our goals, we are helped enormously by the donations and external support from our 600 Club members. Any financial support is channelled straight back into helping the players via scholarships, coaching, tournament assistance, travel or bespoke support.
Director of GolfIan Muir
St Leonards Road
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +44 (0)1334 46 2190
How you can help
Help us to develop a world-renowned golf programme at the University of St Andrews by becoming a member of The 600 Club. As a member, you can support our club by:
- Volunteering your time, expertise, or experience.
- Providing mentoring or work shadowing opportunities for our players.
- Helping to recruit the very best players through the rugby network.
- Hosting Saints Golf scholars during trips
- Providing valuable funding, opportunities to support monetarily include:
|1 x Postgraduate Scholarship||£5,000 – £15,000i|
|Arnold Palmer Scholarship||£2,000 – £5000 per academic year|
|High performance athlete awards||£1,000 – £5,000ii|
|Saints Golf Donor Fund|
i Dependant on fee status and sporting impact. Further details here.
ii Tiered level of support, tailored to the athlete. Further details here.