The Golf Courses at Turnberry


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1 Introduction and linking commentary by George Philp 4:53

2 Landscape Features of the Ailsa Course (1st 9), by Jimmy Alexander 4:57
who supervised the reconstruction of the courses in the 1950s

3 Nigel Tranter on the historical background to Bruce’s Castle 9:31

4 Landscape Features of the Ailsa Course (2nd 9), by Jimmy Alexander 4:23

5 Intro to "Up and awa wi the Laverick" by Andy Hunter, folksinger 0:52

6 Song "Up and awa wi the Laverick" composed and sung by Andy Hunter 1:57

7 Parts from "Jig of Slurs" by P/M George S MacLennan, 1:48
played by P/M Donald MacLeod

8 "Laurie Auchterlonie" A poem written and read by A C Gordon Ross from 1:25
A Mixed Bag of Golfing Verse
published by Brown, Son & Ferguson,
52 Darnley Street, Glasgow

9 Scottish Golf Clubs discussed by Laurie Auchterlonie, Club Maker, St Andrews 6:42

10 "Scotia’s Game" sung by Robert Forrest accompanied by Robert Scott 3:41

11 Arran Course Nomenclature, Comment By George Philp 4:31
with lines from "Tam o Shanter" read by Robert Shankland

12 Turnberry Light, by Tom Scott, assistant light keeper 1:56

13 Ailsa Course; The Challenge to the Golfer assessed by 8:35
Robert Jamieson, Professional at Turnberry

14 Auld Lang Syne endpiece 1:53

Fiddle, Nan Caldwell; Golf Strokes, Alastair MacLean assistant at Turnberry

total running time 57:04