History oozes from every corner at St. Andrews. It touches a golfer's soul.
"I love the atmosphere of the venue and what it represents," Jim Furyk said as he stood in the shadow of the iconic R&A clubhouse behind the first tee of the Old Course. "But I wouldn't say I love the golf course. I like it."
The 150-year-old British Open Championship will commence this week on the sacred ground that spawned the game.