Golf is not the sport of choice for Prince William, but he did meet his new bride, Kate Middleton, at the University of St. Andrews.
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Prince Charles stopped by the Ryder Cup last year and chatted with U.S. captain Corey Pavin, left, and European captain Colin Montgomerie.
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Like his sons, William and Harry, Prince Charles isn't known to be an avid golfer, but he did try a putt at the Ryder Cup.
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Before he left, Prince Charles took a swig of a fan's beer.
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Sir Nick Faldo, a six-time major champion, was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2009.
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Prince Andrew, shown here in the pro-am at the 2007 Abu Dhabi Golf Championship, is the most avid golfer in the Royal Family, playing to a single-digit handicap. He belongs to several clubs and was captain of St. Andrews between 2003 and 2004.
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From left to right: Peter Alliss, Prince Philip and Henry Longhurst at a Blackpool tournament in July 1963.
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