“Welcome to Scotland!”, said the caddie. “We have golf balls that are older than America!” Our Scottish golf, outside of the beloved St. Andrews, was as follows: Turnberry, Rennaisance, , North Berwick (where Mike is sitting on a 400 year old stone wall), Kingsbarns, Carnoustie (home of several British Opens), GlenEagles, Cruden Bay, Castle Stuart, and Royal Dornoch.

The center photo is Muirfield – a veddy PRIVATE club, catering to men since 1744. Women were 3rd class citizens, after dogs, who were #2. Really! I was not welcome to be in the clubhouse in any way, wrong gender. The first 13 rules of golf were written here (maybe the Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden rule)
The last photo is me and my shadow, both of us trying to get out of the sand trap.

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