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Far away where golf was born

At the Royal Dornoch Golf Club in Scotland, Marv Athey (left) considers his next shot from one of the deep bunkers, which are common on the old courses where golf was born.  He and Kevin Knop, who provided the photo, played several courses that are hundreds of years old.  (Photos courtesy of Kevin Knop)

 

While playing at the Dunbar Golf Club, Kevin (right) snapped a selfie with Marv (left).  They played several very old courses all over Scotland.

 

At Ganavan, Kevin took a picture of Marv with a seaside setting behind him.  The oldest courses are near the ocean and are mostly near small towns.

 

Golf at the New Berwick courses, Dunbar and New Berwick Glen, was similar to Pebble Beach in the USA, Kevin said.

 

Many castles were seen, including the Dunrobin Castle (above) in Northern Scotland near the Brora and Dornoch golf courses.  Note the stone wall in the foreground.

 

Kevin discovered pureed soups and enjoyed fish dinners.

 

At the coastal community of North Berwick, Kevin and Marv played the North Berwick Glen Course and Dunbar.


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