The Home of Golf – St Andrews

We had some free time in the town of St Andrews on Wednesday morning. We started out on the eastern side of town, near the ruins of a cathedral, and worked our way west on the coast toward the golf course. On the way to the golf course, we saw the ruins of a castle, St Andrews University, and the British Golf Museum. It was a beautiful day, but very windy! In the lobby of the British Golf Museum, there are statues of the grips of different golfers.

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4 thoughts on “The Home of Golf – St Andrews

  1. Jennifer! I am so jealous that you got to visit the best golf course in the world. Your pic of the Swilcan Bridge is so cool. And I love the shots of all of the mounding on the course. Some day I’ll get to play there!

    • I was the only person who knew to take a picture of that bridge! Not because I know anything about golf, but because I looked up St Andrews on Trip Advisor beforehand, LOL.

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