Summer Weather Turns Golf Courses Brown

By: Golfshake Editor | Thu 19 Jul 2018 | Comments

Much of the talk during the Open at Carnoustie has been about the colour of the fairways, which have been baked in the persistent warm and dry summer heat that we've experienced throughout the British Isles. The Championship Course in Angus has been transformed from green to brown within a couple of months - see Golfshake videos shot in May - and that trend has been replicated elsewhere with courses across the country presenting firm and fast conditions we have rarely seen.

Check out The Old Course at St. Andrews, host of the Senior Open.

Welwyn Garden City Golf Club - former home of Sir Nick Faldo - showcased the incredible contrast that the weather has created. 

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