the GOLF CHANNEL because the British Open is being held at St. Andrews this weekend and they are already giving plenty of interviews and video of Scotland.
I was just listening to Jimmy Reid - a caddy from Scotland - and his accent was like heaven to my ears.
The British Open rotates among five courses... so it is played at St. Andrews every five years. I was lucky enough to be there in 2000 and have every intention of getting back there again.
*Thanks to PolKandMagazine.com for the photo.
Long time reader, first time commentator...If you have a public service channel in your area, this week's Nature went to the Isle of Mull with the cameraman, who is a native of the area. Bloody amazing! His accent and the fantastic shots of the island were breathtaking!ReplyDelete
Oooh thanks - I'll check it out! And we're happy to hear your comments - so come back and comment again! :)ReplyDelete
We got to St. Andrews last year, as well, and it is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been. I want to send my kids to college there just so I can go visit. I do find it amusing that when The Open is in Scotland, they call it "The Open" instead of "The British Open" - they just cannot embrace the Sassenachs, no matter what the situation.ReplyDelete