Sport: Carnoustie & Cotton

St. Andrews is the holy home of golf, but 30 miles up the coast, where the wind blows just as hard over a rolling sea of dunes, heather and beach grass, lies the longest, toughest championship course in Scotland, 7,200-yd. Carnoustie. Thither from their triumph over Great Britain's Ryder Cup team (TIME, July 12) last week went the ablest U. S. Ryder Cup squad in years, vowing to wrest from the British their Open championship, exclusively U. S. property from 1924 to 1934.

In fine weather Carnoustie and the nearby Burnside course, over which...

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