After play was finished, sodden, rowdy lads gathered at the Rule, a pub in town, to be humiliated on a golf simulator in closest-to-the-pin contests against Sophie Horn, columnist for the U.K. magazine GolfPunk.
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Americans Tom Lehman and Loren Roberts held court with their families after dinner at the Dunvegan, the famous pub just around the corner from the Old Course.
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A trio of golf fans enjoy a drink outside the Dunvegan.
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The Dunvegan served as the unofficial Open headquarters during the tournament.
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Doug Clement, founder of Kingsbarns Distillery, poses with a sand sculpture of Seve Ballesteros. The sand sculpture was one of many made by Peter Bignell on the beaches bordering the Old Course.
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The Links road runs alongside the 18th fairway, and a week before the Open the R&A made the magnanimous decision to allow fans to congregate there without having to buy a ticket.
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The locals at St. Andrews love their golf and get into the Open by blanketing the town in golf-themed decorations.
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A batch of Open Golf biscuits sold at a local bakery during the tournament.
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Golf lovers, including many pros, frequented the cemetery to pay their respects at the graves of Old and Young Tom Morris.
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