St. Andrews As You’ve Never Seen It Before

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A view of the course and the surrounding town of St. Andrews, Scotland, the birthplace of golf and home of the 139th Open Championship.
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Aerial view of the 18th hole.
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teeing off at the 17th hole during the 2005 Open. For the 2010 Open, the 17th, better known as the Road Hole, has been extended with a new tee box 35 yards back and to the right of the one pictured, making one of the hardest par-4's in golf even harder.
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A view of the Road Hole from behind the green.
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The 18th hole on Sunday at the 2005 Open Championship.
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on the par-5 14th hole.
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on the 18th hole.