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16th green St. Andrews Scotland
16th Green St. Andrews Scotland
The Old Course at St. Andrews is the
Golf courses you can play
   Carnoustie Links:
   - Located in Carnoustie in Eastern    Scotland  host to the 2010  Senior British    Open Championship rotation ...

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   Pebble Beach Links:
   - Designed by Jack Neville and opened in    1919 on California's Monterey Peninsula     host to the 2010 U.S. Open ..........

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   Whistling Straits:    - The Straits    Course, designed by Pete Dye, replicates    the ancient seaside courses host to the     2010 PGA Championship     ................ 
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Carnoustie 16th Hole

Pebble Beach links 18th hole

17th hole Whistling Straits
- Host to the 2010 Open Championship is a public course over common land in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland and is held in trust by The St Andrews Links Trust under an act of Parliament. The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews (R&A) club house sits adjacent to the first tee and although it might be imagined that they own the course, they are but one of many clubs that have playing privileges on the course, along with the general public. There is no real understanding of when golf was first played over the grounds that now constitute the Old Course. The earliest written evidence is a license issued in 1552, which permitted the community to rear rabbits on the links and "play at golf, futball, schuteing ... with all other manner of pastimes." The first written record of golf being played at the Old Course dates to 1574, which would make the Old Course the fifth-oldest links golf site in Scotland. However, documents from the reign of King James IV show that he bought golf clubs at St Andrews in 1506, only four years after his first purchase at Perth, which may indicate that the Old Course is significantly older than the written evidence ...........   Click Here to read more ..
 Spyglass Hill G.C. - A  Robert  Trent    Jones gem on the Monterey Peninsula.
  The 4th hole is one of the the most             photographed
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    Pinehurst #2:
    - Designed by Donald Ross in 1907 and     just one of 7 courses that you can play     at Pinehurst
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    Brown Deer Park G.C.: - One of     Milwaukee's best Muni's and former host     to the US Bank Championship there -   designed  in 1928 by  George Hansen                                          Click Here for More;
    TPC Scottsdale:
  - Located in Phoenix Arizona host to the     Waste Management Phoenix Open     Championship on the  PGA Tour                                        Click Here for More:
Spyglass Hill 4th hole
Pinehurst's 14th Green
Brown Deer Park G.C.

TPC of Scottsdale 16th hole