ATLANTA, GA – If you’re going to be in the vicinity of Royal Liverpool, site of the 2006 British Open, July 20-23, you might want to take advantage of one of Gordon Dalgleish’s top 10 tips for playing and enjoying golf in his native Scotland: “One of the best-kept secrets of the Open Championship is that you can usually walk up on the final day and buy a ticket. It’s not that difficult.” The egalitarian policy has its roots in the Scot’s view of golf as an “everyman” sport, Dalgleish said. “There was talk of caps for the 2000 British Open, but the R&A quashed that in a hurry.”  … PerryGolf is partnering with the Westin Turnberry for the resort’s Centenary Celebration, May 26-28. One of Scotland’s most venerable hotels, the Westin Turnberry will host a series of outdoor concerts featuring Scottish and international music.

A Good Walk Spoiled