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Click Here for our exclusive
2005 Slide Show of Holes 1-3, & 11-14 of the Old Course from the St. Andrews Golf Links:

Click Here for our exclusive
2005 Slide Show of Holes 15 thru 18 of the Old Course from the St. Andrews Golf links:

See
Ron 'Bambi' Levin (Todd Hamilton) 2005 British Open Daily Caddy Blog from St. Andrews here:

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2005 British Open 
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Click Here or on this picture of the R & A to see the first of our two 2005 Slide Show of Holes 1-3, & 11-14 in high quality digital pictures of the  St. Andrews Old Course as set up for the 2005 British Open Championship:




Click Here to see the second of our two new 2005 Slide Show
of Holes 15 thru 18 in high quality digital pictures of the St. Andrews Old Course as set up for the 2005 British Open Championship:









Welcome to Caddybytes.com's Tour in digital picture postcards of the Old Course at the St. Andrews Golf Links in St. Andrews Scotland -the home of golf!
  The Old Course at the St. Andrews golf links renowned as the most famous and earliest golf links dating back 600 years to the 1400's when golf was first played there.  The St. Andrews Links was originally a 22 hole golf course that was shortened to 18 holes in 1764 creating today's standard design plan for all golf courses.  It was 1754 when the Royal and Ancient Golf Club was founded under it's original name 'The Society of St. Andrews Golfers'

Much of the evolution of golf came out of St. Andrews Scotland and the links course.  The Royal and Ancient (Club house pictured behind the first tee at the St. Andrews Golf Links) -is now the 'holy grail' for the foundation of the Rules of Golf and along with the U.S.G.A. in America is today the ruling body for The Rules of Golf.  The evolution of the golf caddy as well as golf club making had it's origination in Scotland and St. Andrews played it's part in that early history of golf.  Old Tom Morris (a former six time Open Champion ) was originally born in St. Andrews and had his club making shop situated in the town nearby the 18th green at the Old Course.

To Take the Virtual Tour in Digital Postcards Just Click on the Picture of Old Tom Morris's birthplace below:



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