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Taking a trip around Scotland golf history

Updated: July 16, 2013, 2:57 PM ET
By Bob Harig

GULLANE, Scotland -- A detour to the Home of Golf provided unusual sunshine and warmth as well as a prophetic introduction on the first tee of the old course: Stewart Morris would be the caddie on this day, and it doesn't get any better than being in St. Andrews and having a Morris on your bag.

That name resonates through the town, as it was Tom Morris Sr. -- better known as Old Tom -- who was the "keeper of the green'' for years, who shaped and molded the world's most famous golf course ...

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