The life of the professional golfer isn't all business jets and 5 star hotels.
The weather for the Dunhill tournament starts off wet and gets wetter. Pity the poor players who have to spend their day under rain that's falling with the strength of a cold power shower.
This morning a few golf mad tourists can be seen wandering around but for the most part the participants and fans are staying resolutely indoors. The low hills behind the course already topped with cloud so there's not much of a view. Having been locked in for much of yesterday the local dog owners are making the most of the pause in the rain to be out with their delighted mutts. The beach borderline busy.
The UK government is putting new restrictions on the age at which cigarettes can be bought so I wonder how long tobacco companies will be sponsoring golf tournaments. In fact it's surprising that they still do.
The stand in front of the building that Donald Trump wanted to buy ( but couldn't get financing for ) is looking windswept and bleak. A group of groundsmen are wiping down the seats to get the overnight rain off. Good luck with that. Trying to keep bleacher seats dry is a truly Sisyphean task in Scotland - in October. Perhaps it will brighten up later today ?
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