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The famous Swilcan Bridge on the 18th hole of the Old Course at the Home of Golf. The bridge was originally built over 700 years ago so shepherds could move their flock across the Swilcan Burn which meanders through what is now the 1st and 18th...more
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The Old Course | St Andrews Links, St Andrews KY16 9JB, Scotland
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How amazing when you can walk across this iconic bridge and look up the 1st and 18th fairways and think of all the golfing greats who have have done the same on their way to lifting the claret jug, or the Dunhill Links Trophy!! This...More
Playing in the footprints of legends, I started off poorly, but got my game back on track after the turn. I birdied 15, then parred 16, 17, and hit a beautiful drive on 18. My brilliant caddie, Dave Coyne, and I posed for the obligatory...More
My husband and I walked out to the bridge for a photo op on our last day at St. Andrews ... one must wait until those playing have gotten past to go out to the bridge. All was going well, we were taking our turn...More
My second visit to the Old Course and the famous bridge but my first post. Really it’s nothing special just a tiny Rick bridge but when you think of its history as you walk the 6 or so steps to cross it us truly amazing.
Of course we had to see the famous Swilcan bridge, even if we didn't play the Old Course. If you can get a clear shot and good lighting it makes for a good picture. It is a very old, stone bridge over a small and...More
This truly is the home of golf, the course, the bridge, the beach, it's all just laid out right in front of you with so much history. The bridge is just a quick walk off of the road, easy to see, easy to get to...More
After a lifetime planning, I finally made it to The Home of Golf when on a golfing endurance test for a month in Ireland and Scotland.
Was successful in the ballot twice but so wet and wild on Saturday I was more interested in finishing...More