Prestwick, host of the first 12 British Opens (1860-72), produced champions the like of Willie Park, Tom Morris, Sr. & Jr., Andrew Strath. [Custom Quote] Golf means going into God's out-of-doors, getting close to nature, fresh air, exercise, a sweeping away of mental cobwebs, genuine recreation of tired tissues. It includes compainship with friends, social intercourse, opportunties for courtesy, kindliness and generosity to an opponent. It promotes not only physical health but moral force.
David R. Forgan