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

Links.

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

Translated:

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.”

lıŋks

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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