Artists, poets and novelists have lavished affection on the Old Course at St. Andrews for centuries, with good reason. The club, often referred to as the Home of Golf, boasts more than 600 years of accumulated history, including the playing of the first British Open on the Old Course in 1873. The black and white photo of the graveyard in St. Andrews, Scotland, taken by Golf World Senior Editor Bill Fields, appears courtesy of the Golf Digest Resource Center.
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