The following pictures are another example of pictures taken using a digital camera and placing those pictures into a small HTM-format "presentation".
The remainders of the pictures in this Web page are JPGs resulting from an Olympus digital camera.
The symbol for the "Home of Golf". The Old Course, where the rules of golf as we know them today were written down in 1744, starts and ends here.
Adjacent to the Old Course is the New Course, which was opened in the late 1800s. The New Course, although less expensive and offers easier access for the public to play than the Old, is a wonderful test of golf.
Running alongside the New Course is the Jubilee. The Jubilee is the third of six courses located on the main grounds of St. Andrews.
Playing a game of golf on the grounds of the "Home of Golf" late in the afternoon offers terrific views of the old town of St. Andrews.
Not far from the golf course is the site of the cathedrals that preceded one of the oldest universities still in operation in Great Britain.
Within a short drive from St. Andrews are a number of fine links golf courses. This is a view from Crail golf course.
This is a view from Lunden Links golf course, also located not far from St. Andrews.
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