In St Andrews, Scotland. We didn't stop at any of the St Andrews courses, but saw the tall building that shows up in the background of the British Open when it happens there.
We parked on North Street and walked to St Andrews Castle, which was scene of several battles between Catholics and Protestants shortly after Reformation. Preacher George Wishart--who taught John Knox--as a "disciple" of Martin Luther, was burned at the stake by men of Archbishop Beaton, who himself was killed later inside the castle/archbishop's house. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Beaton
We still had time on the 2-hour parking stub, so we went to the remains of St Andrews Cathedral (along with some dozens of others ... we hadn't realized today was a bank holiday). Track above is for that excursion.
Later we drove to Aberdour Castle overlooking the Firth of Forth opposite from Edinburgh and toured its remains (property of the mighty Douglas family) and saw the still-standing (or restored) beehive shaped doocot (dovecote) where doves were kept both for eggs and for meat. We also went in St Fillians Church nearby which still has some Norman (1100s) construction visible, though much of the church has been restored several times. Nearby, a lighthouse showed up on our maps so we went there too but it wasn't much to look at. Better views of Edinburgh and the castle across the Firth from there.
Then we made our way past the western outskirts of Edinburgh to end up in the small town of Galashiels, where Sir Walter Scott had his estate (Abbotsford). The Gala Water runs through town to the Tweed just to the south, and Abbotsford overlooks the Tweed.