Taking on the yellow dog, scourge of the golf course.
The Scottish Word:


“Right ye oogly tan dug, drap the ba an get aff the links.”


links: golf course; or a stretch (usually by the sea) of undulating open sandy ground commonly covered by bent-grass and gorse. Where golf was originally played hence the link with golf.

“Right, you ugly tan dog, drop the ball and get off the golf course.”


The Scottish Word: links with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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