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Finding new angles on the Old Course
Playing through the wreckage of an unimaginable loss in the Scottish backcountry
Dornoch’s harsh winters and unrelenting gorse shaped one of the world’s great courses and a friendship found only in golf
Taking some clubs out of the bag might be the answer to your biggest golf questions
Age be damned: The St. Andrews Ladies’ Putting Club is still thriving
Just a pitching wedge from the 18th hole at St. Andrews lies one of the game’s iconic watering holes. It’s become a must-visit for everyone…
Welcome to Montrose Golf Links, the front line in the battle against the game's most frightening enemy: climate change
Theories abound on the term’s origin, including one from Scotland’s most famous queen
The facts of our game’s history are clear—as a Scottish fog
Learning some of golf’s greatest lessons from one of its worst players
One man's impossible quest to play every course in Scotland—even the secret ones.
A spontaneous pilgrimage to the long-lost course of Askernish—the forgotten Tom Morris design that came back from the dead
From a 1984 Open Championship review
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