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Last Updated: Thursday, 14 July, 2005, 12:18 GMT 13:18 UK
St Andrews - the home of golf
Autographed table in the St Andrews press centre
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A most unusual autograph book...Nick Faldo is among the famous names scrawled on a desk in the press centre
Street sign for Golf Place
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Nestled quietly behind the imposing clubhouse and grandstand Golf Place sums up all there is to say about St Andrews
The gates at the Royal and Ancient rules office
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Time to lay down the law - the gates of the R and A rules committee set up in 1897 are close to the clubhouse
A view of the town from West Sands
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A view of the "auld grey toun" as St Andrews is known locally from West Sands - the press tent and the R&A Brasserie
The rules board
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There's nothing like being at a golf tournament - no phones, no pets, no cameras, no ladders - just unadulterated golf
Signpost on the course
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Hosting the Open means transforming a golf course into a small village - signposts ensure the fans don't get lost!
The teemarker at the 18th at St Andrews
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During Open week Tom Morris gives competitors a perfect view of the amphitheatre which surrounds the 18th green
Visitors on Swilcan Bridge
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Golf fans from across the globe visit St Andrews and are happy to queue for a picture on Swilcan Bridge
Stewards guidelines
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It's tough being a steward at an Open Championship as every single part of the course has strict entry rules

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