“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)
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