14th Hole, St Andrews, The Old Course



Mr. James Balfour wrote of the links in 1887: If there be added to its golfing charms the charms of all its surrounding - the grand history of St. Andrews and its sacred memories - its delightful air - the song of its numberless larks, which nestle among the whins - the scream of the sea-birds flying overhead - the blue sea dotted with a few fishing boats - the noise of its waves - the Bay of Eden as seen from a high hole when the tide is full - the venerable towers and the broken outline of the ancient city, and in the distance the Forfarshire coast, with the range of the Sidlaws, and, further off, the Grampian Hills, it may be truly said that, probably, no portion of ground of the same size on the whole surface of the globe has afforded so much innocent enjoyment to so many people of all ages from two to eighty-nine, and during so many generations.

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