By Leo Rich
The Emory men's golf team had the privilege of playing Castle Stuart this Tuesday. Castle Stuart was the site of the 2016 Scottish Open. The course is relatively new compared to most in the country being built in the last ten years. The views were breathtaking and so was the play of one Emory senior, Matt Organisak. Organisak carded a 69 on Tuesday that featured 4 birdies and an eagle. He nearly made an albatross on the scenic 12th after carving a 6 iron from 212 to 18 inches.
The team is looking forward to playing at Royal Dornoch on Wednesday and Thursday. Dornoch is the home of the famous golf architect Donald Ross. Ross is known by many as the architectural father of American golf.
Leo Rich and Matt Organisak march up the 10th fairway of Castle Stuart
A view of the challenging 11th hole at Castle Stuart
Castle Stuart 18th hole