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A bulldog in Scotland - Alumni Profiles
December 2013 Issue
For Tony Parker, life is grand. Parker (AB ’90, MA ’92) is the 60-year-old curator of golf collections and the Lawrence Levy Golf Photographic Collection at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, where he can immerse himself in his love of photography, history and golf. The job took Parker from his deep Georgia roots and landed him in the birthplace of golf, his home just a short drive from the ancient town of St. Andrews and its famous courses where he spends as much of his free time as possible. “A lot of friends tell me, ‘I hate you,’” Parker says. He understands. He went to St. Andrews in 1992 to study the history of Georgia settlement, which was thick with Scottish immigrants. Upon receiving his doctorate from the University of St. Andrews, Parker donned the kilt given to him by his father-in-law and posed on the famous Swilcan Bridge on the Old Course’s 18th hole. He wore his commencement …
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