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The Sands of St. Andrews

Have you ever been in the Lion's Mouth? Have you ever visited The Coffins? How about Hell? If not, then it's unlikely that you've played golf at the historic Old Course at St. Andrews, located along Scotland's east coast. While many golf courses name their holes, St. Andrews has the w...



For Golfers Dreaming of a 2016 trip to Scotland, Now is the Time

Your links golf appetite was sufficiently whetted following a PGA Tour season that included a trio of links-style golf courses among 2015's four major championships. Now it's time to visit the birthplace of the game to fully experience the joys and wonder of links golf with friends an...



Trump International

The reviews are in and Donald Trump has proclaimed his new Trump International course the world's best. Well, some of the reviews. At the entrance to the course, just up the coast from Aberdeen, there is a standing green and gold clock to be confused with those given by...



Cruden Bay Golf Course

From the sublime to the ridiculous, from the Trump International to Cruden Bay, all in a couple of day's work crossing Scotland and heading to the Highlands. Way back in 2000, at the debuting Kingsbarns course near St. Andrews, I was fortunate as a single to join a group that...



Crossing Scotland - Getting There

Day One: Getting there. Day One on any trip to Europe - even if is a 12-day celebration of the game of golf - is a long a one. Our foursome rendezvoused in Newark, N.J. where weather compelled us to miss a connecting flight to Edinburgh, Scotland. So we were re-ro...



Crossing Scotland - Waiting for St. Andrews

To play the Old Course at St. Andrews you must either be rich, lucky, or crazy. I was the latter. We had failed to win a spot in the daily lottery - or ballot, as the Scots call it - to play golf's most celebrated course. And from the beginning we weren't about to p...



Attending the Open Championship and Golfing Around Scotland

The Open Championship is also referred to as the British Open and it has been held in the British Isles almost continuously since 1860, making it the granddaddy of the four major championships. There are currently nine Open Championship locations in the rotation; five in Scotland an...



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