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Anyone who has wondered what it must have been like to play golf in the days of Old Tom Morris and Allan Robertson now has the opportunity to find out at the Hickory Trail of Scotland.

A seven-day hickory golf tour takes visitors on a journey back in time playing with hickory clubs and gutta percha balls on a selection of Scotlandís finest links courses. The week includes light-hearted presentations and talks with golf historians Alfie and Harry Ward.

Among the courses included in this interesting programme are the World Heritage Golf Links at Arbory Brae Golf Course, still in its 1892 original layout, North Berwick and the historic Musselburgh Links, an early venue for the Open Championship. Crail, Cruden Bay and Nairn are also on the schedule.

Prices for the week are £1244 per person for an non-escorted tour up to £1468 per person for an escorted party of 9 or more. Packages available through Golf and Fish Scotland Ltd For further details contact Harry Ward on 01555 664634 or

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