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The Scots who shaped golf (at home and abroad)

Scottish Golfers In St Andrews C 1890

"Of all the small nations of this Earth, perhaps only the ancient Greeks surpass the Scots in their contribution to mankind."

Winston Churchill said that - and you'd be hard pressed to find anybody who would disagree with him.

Take golf, for example. A sport now played by millions around the world began right here in Scotland, pioneered by innovative, dedicated and talented individuals. 

Over the next few pages, we take a closer look at the Scots men and women who shaped the game both at home and abroad.

Hit the NEXT button below to get to know them...

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