St Andrew’s

A course worker shelters under an umbrella in the stands during day two of The Open Championship 2015 at St Andrews, Fife

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A course worker shelters under an umbrella in the stands as play is suspended during day two of The Open Championship 2015 at St Andrews, Fife.

A spectator wearing trousers in the design of the Cnadaian flag watches as Graham DeLaet of Canada (L) makes a birdie on the ninth hole during the first round of the British Open golf championship on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland...A spectator wearing trousers in the design of the Cnadaian flag watches as Graham DeLaet of Canada (L) makes a birdie on the ninth hole during the first round of the British Open golf championship on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland, July 16, 2015.

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A spectator wearing trousers in the design of the Canadian flag watches as Graham DeLaet of Canada makes a birdie on the ninth hole during the first round of the British Open golf championship on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland on Thursday

Japan s Shinji Tomimura drives a ball from the second tee during a practice round at the British Open Golf Championship at the Old Course, St. Andrews, Scotland, Wednesday, July 15, 2015.

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Japan’s Shinji Tomimura drives a ball from the second tee during a practice round at the British Open Golf Championship at the Old Course, St. Andrews, Scotland on Wednesday

Students from St Andrew's University indulge in a tradition of covering themselves with foam to honour the 'academic family' on October 20, 2014, in St Andrews, Scotland. Every November the 'raisin weekend' which is held in the university's Lower College Lawn, is celebrated and a gift of raisins (now foam) is traditionally given by first year students to their elders as a thank you for their guidance and in exchange they receive a receipt in Latin.

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Students from St Andrews University indulge in a tradition of covering themselves with foam to honour the ‘academic family’ on Monday, in St Andrews, Scotland

Students from St Andrew's University indulge in a tradition of covering themselves with foam to honor the 'academic family' on November 4, 2013, in St Andrews, Scotland. Every November the 'raisin weekend' which is held in the university's St Salvator's Quadrangle, is celebrated and a gift of raisins (now foam) is traditionally given by first year students to their elders as a thank you for their guidance and in exchange they receive a receipt in Latin.

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Students from the University of St Andrews, Scotland, on Monday cover themselves with foam to honour the ‘academic family’ . The ‘raisin weekend’ is held every November in the university’s St Salvator’s Quad. A gift of raisins (now foam) is traditionally given by first-year students to their elders to thank them for their guidance. The first-years in exchange receive a receipt in Latin.