Check out these photos of snow covering St Andrews Old Course

The home of golf has shared some stunning photographs of a blanket of snow covering The Old Course at St Andrews.

Current scenes at the Home of Golf. The Road Hole bunker has been filled… with snow as has the Swilcan Burn. #beastfromtheeast

— St Andrews Links (@TheHomeofGolf) February 28, 2018

While snow in this part of the world is by no means uncommon, the current ‘Beast from the East’ is producing some strange weather patterns across Europe, Great Britain and Ireland which has also seen some truly strange temperature rises in the Arctic.

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VIDEO / European Tour golfers attempt to hit a two-yard fairway

Nicolas Colsaerts, Ross Fisher, Richie Ramsay and Søren Kjeldsen are challenged to hit a drive down one very narrow fairway.

The European Tour keep making birdies with their extra-curricular ‘golf’ videos and this one is no exception. Here four golfers are challenged to hit a two-yard fairway in the middle of the desert just out of Dubai and it’s loads of fun to watch.

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18 tips to get your golf game in shape for summer

Hear that? That’s the sound of summer on its way. Are you ready to hit the fairways?

We like to repost this every year. Because every year many golfers need reminding that your golf game doesn’t just switch one because summer is here. Just like the pros, our poor excuse for a golf game still requires some work if we want to shoot 40 points, or take out the club comp.

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BOO v BEEF / Boo Weekley and Andrew “Beef” Johnston race the 40-yard dash

For a laugh, Boo Weekley and Beef Johnston went head-to-head in the 40-yard dash.

As part of a series of promotional pieces for the US sandwich restaurant chain Arby’s two of their ambassadors have raced each other in the 40-yard dash.

While not anyone’s first pick to race the 40-yard dash, golfers Boo Weekley and Andrew “Beef” Johnston raced to see who is the quickest (or the least slowest) of the two.

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LONGEST HOLE / Golfer hits 20,093 shots on 2000km golf hole in Mongolia

A golfer has just played golf across 2000km in Mongolia. And his mate caddied for him the whole way.

Good friends Adam Rolston and Ron Rutland decided to play the longest ever golf hole by trekking across 2000km of central Mongolia. Rolston would hit the golf ball while Rutland would pull the clubs and equipment on a make-shift cart to raise money for Laureus’ children’s sports charity.

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