Thought it would be
interesting to do a wee photo shoot on Golf at St. Andrews seeing as it is
the home of golf. Some of the pictures are quite large so as to let
you read a few of the text cards.
This is the British Golf Museum and unlike
most other museums they do allow you to take pictures and so I availed
myself of the opportunity to show you a wee bit of the museum.
And that concluded my trip around the museum.
There is an interactive room where you can try a wee bit of putting if you
are so inclined. The museum is located just behind the Royal and
Ancient Clubhouse and the car park is right beside it.
And now it was off to
photograph the Old Course and some of the golfers...
As I was heading back to my car I thought I'd
just find out what this statue was at the back of the Golf Museum
And now we know what it is :-)
As I was heading out of St. Andrews I thought
I'd take a few extra photos looking from the swilken burn side of the
And that concluded my golf selection
And as I left St. Andrews
the sun came out so I had a go at doing some pictures from above St.
Andrews to give you an idea of its layout...
I decided to take a series of pictures from
this location doing a zoom to try and give you more detail of the area so
here goes :-)
And so that concluded my wee golf tour of St.
The below two pictures were
made up of seperate pictures from above that were joined together by a
friend of the site and sent back into me