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Robertson was later to convert and the auction includes a great and fascinating rarity: an early gutty made by Robertson which is inscribed "a new kind of golf ball made of gutta-percha in the year 1849" (pounds 12,000-pounds 18,000).
And a gutty ain't a gutty without the sarcastic comment of 'Linford Christie can run like the wind but it dizny' make him a player does it
Ben played with a gutty until he cracked it and two hickory clubs and went bogey, double bogey.
Log-in to Runners World's website and search for Amby Burfoot's blog and you'll read about Mark's near miss and gutty finish.
The gutty old gelding was the first horse to win back-to-back Big 'Caps in 1981-82 and proved he was as good on dirt as he was on the turf.
Hatton suffered his first defeat after 43 triumphs but earned respect for a gutty effort.
New events are the Hornsea Gutty and the Cookridge Hall Salver.
15am: Ceilidh band the Gutty Slippers and others perform in the Royal Mile as crowds gather.
Sabine Mercedes Cecchetto Valerie Laura Locatelli Ophelie Sarah Zidhane Gutty Jeaan-Yves Dubois Brigitte Nathalie Krebs Francis Richard Morgieve Betty Nadine Marcovici Akim Samir Guesmi
There were also discussions over equipment, some players favouring the new runner Haskell ball and others the established gutty.
He said: "When it's getting a bit gutty, when we are feeling a bit weary, I tell the officers this is what we are working for.