The Royal & Ancient - St Andrews, Fife
The British Golf Museum, the Royal & Ancient and the 1st and 18th
The dark stone building to the right is Hamilton Grand and the street called The Scores
runs up to the left of the image and leads up to the castle and cathedral.
Taken on a damp, dreich Sunday afternoon among scudding rain showers.
An older version of the same image as above.
The caddie's pavilion is in the bottom left of these photos.
The same general view as the first image.
Most of the views of the Old Course were taken on Sundays, when
the course is closed to golfers and reverts to public land.
The 1st tee and 18th green.
The start and end of a round on the Old Course and
the R & A Clubhouse.
The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.
A private members' club not accessible to most golfers on
the Old Course.
The courses are public whereas the clubhouses
are generally for members only.
An older but wider view.
A general photo showing pretty well all of the interesting locations
in this rather select area.