It’s helpful when Victorian photographers caption their images. Most didn’t, of course, but this one did, so we know that it is North Berwick golf course, on the coast to the east of Edinburgh. The date is probably the 1880s and, by then, the Club had already been established for fifty years. Golf courses on the coast are often called ‘links’, an old Scottish word. They tend to be more challenging than inland courses because of the exposed, windy locations.
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