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In the mid-1500s, Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots played on the Links at St Andrews and kept a vacation cottage there, often doing her own shopping and cooking. An avid golfer who has been referred to as the “Mother of Golf,” the athletic Queen helped popularize the game. Unfortunately, her hobby was a factor in…
Featured Video – Peter Alliss -The Francis Ouimet Story Golf prodigy Francis Ouimet’s surprising 1913 U.S. Open win inspired a new generation of young American golfers.
After winning his first Open Championship in 1959 at Muirfield, followed by a Masters title, a PGA Championship and a U.S. Open in the 1960s, South African golf legend Gary Player faced one of the strongest Open Championship fields ever assembled at Carnoustie in 1968. Read More
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