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Tom Watson and Sandy Tatum at the Royal Dornoch
Tom Watson and Sandy Tatum at the Royal Dornoch

Monochrome photograph of Tom Watson playing with his friend Sandy Tatum at the Royal Dornoch, with an accompanying group of spectators. Dennis Bethune, at the centre of the photograph acted as Tom Watson's caddie.
Picture added on 16 May 2014 at 10:57
Graham Matheson, third from left in overalls with hands in pockets. He was on the greens staff at the time.

[Administrator: Most grateful for this information which will be added to the museum catalogue and used to upgrade this page. There was a notable absence of detail to accompany the acquisition of this set of photographs.]
Added by Bill Leslie on 19 May 2014
Robert Patterson in white jacket with Bobby Mackay to his left. I am carrying Sandy Tatum's bag behind him.

Many thanks for your comment with the additional identifications - Administrator
Added by Jim Seatter on 23 May 2014
william mackay (BOBBY'S BROTHER) to Denis's left and Fraser Morrison (inverness) carrying the umbrella
Added by Calum Grant on 09 June 2016
Many thanks for your comment.
Added by Administrator on 14 June 2016
I know Robert Paterson is head greenkeeper at Royal Aberdeen and I think Graham Mathieson is head greenkeeper at I think Wentworth surely testament to the great tradition of Dornoch greenkeepers being thought so highly of around the world
Added by Dan Murray on 17 June 2016
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Added by Administrator on 18 June 2016
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