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National Pastime The game was on last week in the tiny Scottish town of Gullane, but then again, it almost always is

July 29, 2002
July 29, 2002

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July 29, 2002

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National Pastime The game was on last week in the tiny Scottish town of Gullane, but then again, it almost always is

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COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPH BY FRED VUICH DOUBLE VISION The staff at the Greywalls Hotel found the dining room, which overlooks the Muirfield course, to be a great place to view the action, either through the windows or on TV.THREE COLOR PHOTOS: BOB MARTIN (3) FOR ALL AGES The Gullane Children's Course (near right) was the place to be for the town's budding Tigers, who only had to walk down the street to get a bargain on new and used clubs, as well as an oversized dose of modern marketing.TWO COLOR PHOTOS: FRED VUICH (2) HAVING A BALL Members of the Aberlady Bowling Club (above) were on a roll during their lawn-bowling match against the East Linton Club, while in nearby North Berwick a golfer paid no attention to the Clipper Adventure, which served as an offshore hotel during tournament week.