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Monty’s American Odyssey

Colin Montgomerie is Scottish, yet many of the defining moments of his career have occurred in the United States, from failed attempts to win the U.S. Open to decisive success in Ryder Cup singles matches.

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Arnold Palmer to Drive Ahead with Castle Stuart Venture

A historic setting, an exceptional environment and impressive new partners helped convince Arnold Palmer that Castle Stuart in the Scottish Highlands was the perfect location for his first course in the Home of Golf

American Links

British exports to the United States have a long and colorful heritage. Tony Dear—himself a British export to the U.S., asks whether links golf courses, with their fast running fairways, odd bounces and treacherous pot bunkers, have made a genuine transition across the Atlantic

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Scottish Links, American owned

The game evolved in Scotland before shipping to the United States. As Robin Barwick and Reade Tilley report, the relationship has now reached full circle

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Glenmorangie: Gold in the Glass

Unlike wine tastings, one of the greatest joys of sampling fine malt whisky is that the taster is under no obligation to spit it out

30 Days of Scotland

A bleary-eyed journey around an obvious golf destination reveals some not-so-obvious golfing gems—helped by plenty of good whisky. As Steve Killick learns, the occasional massage doesn’t hurt either

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