Photos for July 29, 2013

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A beautiful painting of Western Gailes hangs in the clubhouse.

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You get a better feel for the club from the Western Gailes locker room. Old wooden lockers take you back to another time.

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Another look at the Western Gailes clubhouse.

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The Home hole, the short 18th is very picturesque with the clubhouse to the right.

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And then of course the burn that fronts the green as well on the 16th at Western Gailes.

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The fairway-bunker complex on Western Gailes' 16th hole, Camp. At 428 yards from the back tee, it can get tricky getting around this group of bunkers.

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A greenside look at Heather, the 15th hole at Western Gailes.

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The 15th hole at Western Gailes, a par-3 that is well bunkered and called Heather.

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A view from the back tee of the par-5 Whins hole, Western Gailes' 14th – which finally turns back towards home.

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The view of Western Gailes' 13th green and beyond, from the 14th tee.

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The 13th green at Western Gailes, looking back toward the tee.

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A view from Western Gailes' 13th hole, toward Troon Harbour.

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The green on Western Gailes' 12th hole, Dyke.

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The green on Western Gailes' eighth hole, which is appropriately called Burn.

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A view from the eighth tee at Western Gailes.

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From this view you can see two of the six bunkers that swallow up bad and good shots at Western Gailes' seventh hole.

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The par-3 seventh hole at Western Gailes called Sea is devilish. From this view, one bunker is visible.

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Finally the green on Western Gailes' sixth hole.

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Since the hole is relatively short for a par 5, the second shot at Western Gailes' 6th hole is crucial. The view to the green can be a little daunting, but tucked back behind the aiming post to the left is the green.

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A look at Western Gailes' par 5, sixth hole looks daunting. But Lappock is only 498 yards and very scenic.

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Here is a better look of the bunkers on the fifth hole at Western Gailes.

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The fifth at Western Gailes is called Bunker Hill. You can see all the bunkers in play.

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Western Gailes' third hole is called Arran, because of the island off the coast that is in sight, is longer than the first hole but has a lone bunker in the front right.

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The first hole, called Station, features a green protected by a lone bunker at the left front.

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The first tee and the Western Gailes starter house.

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Winner of the 1988 Open Championship at Royal Lytham, Seve Ballesteros did it on a Monday after a third-round washout Saturday.

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The impressive Royal Lytham clubhouse holds trophy cases and other golf memorabilia.

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The impressive Royal Lytham clubhouse holds trophy cases and other golf memorabilia.

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A plaque honoring Bobby Jones for his shot out of fairway bunkers to win the Open Championship at Royal Lytham.

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A look at one of the nastier bunkers at Royal Lytham. Not all are as difficult as this, but with more than 200 bunkers on the course, it's not a picnic.

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Last time I was here, Ernie Els was standing in the top left corner of Royal Lytham's practice greem with Ricki Roberts waiting to hear if Adam Scott was going to miss his par putt, which he did. It all looks so different now with out the stands.

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The 18th hole at Royal Lytham with the clubhouse in the background.

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The 18th hole at Royal Lytham with the clubhouse in the background.

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John Augenstein raises his hands in the air after defeating Sam Horsfield in 20 holes during the quarterfinals at the 66th U. S. Junior Amateur.

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Doug Ghim celebrates winning his match at No. 15 during the quarterfinals at the 66th U. S. Junior Amateur.

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A short par 4, Royal Lytham's 13th is a little tricky, but one you can capitalize on. Again the superintendent's shed is to the left.

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The green complex at Royal Lytham's 11th hole. The shed at the back of the green used to be the superintendent's home until they built a new facility.

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A look at Royal Lytham's 10th hole and what you face if you miss right.

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The par-3 9th hole at the back of the Royal Lytham property is also well bunkered and requires precision.

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The uphill 8th hole at Royal Lytham is not long, but require percision or some incredible luck.

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A look backwards at Royal Lytham's sixth hole.

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The green at Royal Lytham's fifth hole is well bunkered.

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The green at Royal Lytham's fifth hole is well bunkered.

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The green at Prestwick's fourth hole with the stately clubhouse in the background.

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This is Royal Lytham's first hole, a medium-length par 3. As you can see the day was perfect.

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A look back from Royal Lytham's first hole to the clubhouse on the right and the Dormy House on the left.

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Brandt Snedeker's winning bag

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Open Champions at Prestwick.

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In Prestwick's dining room, pictures of former captains adorn the walls.

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Young Tom Morris' scorecard from the 1868 Open Championship at Prestwick. Note on the eighth hole he had an ace – the first in Open history.

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A common sight in the UK: A dog on the golf course waits for his master to tee off.

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The second shot on the Alps hole, the 17th at Prestwick, is a blind one with a good poke required over the Sahara bunker to a medium-sized green.

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The tee shot on the Alps hole; now the 17th at Prestwick, it was the second in Old Tom Morris' times.

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A view of the Prestwick clubhouse, looking back at the 15th tee.

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Looking more like a moon scape, the 15th hole is a difficult tee shot, thus the name of Narrows for the hole.

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A look back at the 14th green from the 15th tee.

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The par-5 12th hole called Wall.

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Monkton Miln, the par-4 seventh hole at Prestwick, measures 484 yards from the back tees and has 10 bunkers to navigate.

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The sixth hole at Prestwick is a short par 4 that goes back towards town and is called Elysian Fields.

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Golfers are reminded when leaving Prestwick's fifth hole, a par-3 with a blind tee shot, to let the next group know when the green is clear.

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A reminder on Prestwick's fifth hole, a par-3 with a blind tee shot, reminds players not to hit before the group ahead rings a bell to signal the green is clear.

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At Prestwick's fifth hole, which features a blind tee shot, one must take a good look at the box to learn the hole location.

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The fifth hole is a par three that is totally blind – this being the view off the tee.

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The stream or burn runs the length of the third hole on the right side. Once you clear it on the drive, it typically will not come into play.

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The third hole is a par five that clearly inspired Pete Dye with railroad ties used.

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A mistake on the third hole can find this bunker, cavernous and capable of making a round miserable.

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The second hole is a short par 3 that is also bunkered well in the front.

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Most of the holes at Prestwick are heavily bunkered, but because the first is relatively short it is well bunkered as you can see from this massive crater fronting the first green. Notice the train track just continues along the hole.

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The green at the first hole is well bunkered in front.

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The first hole at Prestwick is called Railroad. Right of the tee you can see Prestwick Station and the railroad tracks running along the fairway.

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Dustin Johnson (left) and Brandt Snedeker during the 2013 FedEx St. Jude Classic.

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Kevin Tway won his first Web.com Tour title in a playoff at the Boise Open.

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Cameron Champ headlines the boys draw at the Junior PGA.

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Druh belts and buckles will be worn by the European and U.S. teams in the 2013 Solheim Cup at Colorado Golf Club in Parker, Colo., Aug. 13-18.

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The third hole of The Olympic Club's Lake Course in San Francisco.

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Cameron Young during the 2013 U.S. Junior Amateur.

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Mark Wiebe poses with the trophy after winning the playoff against Bernhard Langer at the Senior Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.

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Nearly a decade ago, TaylorMade revolutionized its drivers with movable weight technology. Its newest model, the SLDR, advances the concept with a sliding weight that makes adjustability easier than ever.

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