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Montrose has been singled out as an example of the threat of climate change to the future of links golf in Scotland.
The newly-published Game Changer report suggests golf in Scotland being perhaps the hardest-hit sector as a result of climate-related increases in precipitation as well as coastal erosion arising from storm surges and rising sea levels.
For more than 450 years golf has been played on the links of Montrose but changing seas and coastal erosion is threatening to destroy part of the course which can boast features laid down by Old Tom Morris.
 
Pic shows looking along the 2nd fairway back to the tee at  Montrose Golf Links...Pic Paul Reid
Montrose has been singled out as an example of the threat of climate change to the future of links golf in Scotland. The newly-published Game Changer report suggests golf in Scotland being perhaps the hardest-hit sector as a result of climate-related increases in precipitation as well as coastal erosion arising from storm surges and rising sea levels. For more than 450 years golf has been played on the links of Montrose but changing seas and coastal erosion is threatening to destroy part of the course which can boast features laid down by Old Tom Morris. Pic shows looking along the 2nd fairway back to the tee at Montrose Golf Links...Pic Paul Reid

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