Golf’s Storied St. Andrews Old Course Gets Facelift | Reduction

Golf’s Storied St. Andrews Old Course Gets Facelift

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Scotland’s St. Andrews is sacred ground for golfers, often referred to as the “birthplace of golf.” Renee Montagne and David Greene tell us about a major announcement — the first changes to the club’s “Old Course” in about 70 years. The goal is to make it more challenging before the next British Open at St. Andrews in 2015.

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Golf’s Storied St. Andrews Old Course Gets Facelift

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Scotland’s St. Andrews is sacred ground for golfers, often referred to as the “birthplace of golf.” Renee Montagne and David Greene tell us about a major announcement — the first changes to the club’s “Old Course” in about 70 years. The goal is to make it more challenging before the next British Open at St. Andrews in 2015.

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