The bridge at the Old Course at St Andrews is called Swilcan Bridge.
The Swilcan Bridge is located on the 18th hole of the Old Course at St Andrews.
The bridge is a small stone bridge and 700 years old. It’s a small bridge about 30 feet long, eight feet wide and six feet tall.
Shepherds could move their flock across the Swilcan Burn which meanders through what is now the 1st and 18th fairways.
Jack Nicklaus gave his final farewell to professional golf standing on the bridge at the 2005 Open Championship.
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