The Open will feature eagles and birdies... and even a Tiger.
But as well as the golf, there will also be beetles, seabirds and extinct volcanoes.
The Royal and Ancient and Scottish Natural Heritage have joined forces to publish a hole-by-hole guide to Turnberry's Ailsa course, encouraging spectators to enjoy the area's rich wildlife and natural environment. But how environmentally friendly are golf courses? They may have greens, but are they green?
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