Our love of golf course photography continues to blossom. We were fortunate to spend two weeks in Scotland, visiting many of the links courses in county Fife, along the North Sea.
This cliff-hanger of a golf hole, is the 17th at the Castle Course at St. Andrews. Not far, but an intimidating golf shot over a huge and rugged valley along the sea.
It's wonderful to walk over golf courses that are 400, 500 or even 600 years old. These are the original golf course designs and it's a wonderful challenge to try to photograph them.