Golf in Scotland doesn't end when the final putt drops. the royal and ancient tradition concludes with a warming glass of whisky at the 19th hole. But many Americans bogey the 19th, baffled by the number of Scotches on offer. Names like Bruichladdich (BROOK-laddie) and Bunnahabhain (boona-HAW-ven) can intimidate rather than intoxicate, and timid stool dwellers settle for pints of Budweiser or Bass. Even opting for a Glenlivet or Macallan isn't the easy answer there are several varieties of each, with prices and tastes as different as grape juice and Champagne. Which to call for?
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