St. Andrews Golf
While in St. Andrews during the British open, we were able to visit a few different golf courses nearby. Including at our hotel, the Torrence Course at the Fairmont.
As we traveled north into the Highlands of Scotland, we stopped at a few golf courses along the shores of the sea. Brora, Tain, Nairn, and Dornoch to name a few. We even found a few old castles and some furry highland cattle.
We got to play golf on this redesigned 1920's course with the original hickory wooden clubs. The five clubs we used were a Spoon, a Driving Iron, a Mid Mashie, a Mashie Niblick and a Putter. Even the ball and tees we used were from that decade. The course lies on the property of the Hill of Tarvit Mansion and a beautiful rose garden overlooks the entire course. A few sheep even found their way onto the fairways.