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History Of The Game
The game has been played on the links at St Andrews since around 1400AD and the Old
Course is renowned throughout the world as home. There are indications that it was being played
in one form or another even a century before that. Some historians say that fishermen on the east
coast of Scotland invented the game to amuse themselves as they returned home from their
boats. What would be more natural than for a young fisherman, making his way across the
rolling stretches of fine turf among the sand dunes, to pick up a crooked stick of driftwood
and aim a blow at a peeble? If he knocked the pebble forward, the competitive instinct in man
would demand that he hit it again to see if he could send it further. If the peeble rolled
into a sandy hollow where sheep had huddled for shelter against the icy blast, he would have
been playing from the first bunker. If the peeble when last struck fell into a rabbit hole, then the game would certainly have been invented and the 19th hole along with it.