I dinna ken the extent of Scots influence on them. Jimmie Finlayson was obviously a Scotsman, but it seems that Margaret Mann, everyone's beloved grannie, was an Aberdonian by birth; if you listen, you can hear a slight burr in her speech. One wonders if McGowan was descended from Scots or Hibernians; that surname breaks both ways.
I mean, what was up with Spanky wearing a tam o'shanter? And when McGowan came back to the Gang, he directed "Divot Diggers," a golf film.
I wonder how "Good Old Days" sounds on the pipes. Probably wonderful if sad, unless I miss my guess.
Good god, all the series lacked was Groundskeeper Willie.
Well, there was always "Little Daddy," though of course that was miniature golf (of a sort), though back then I think they still called it peewee golf. But in the Our Gang shorts, it was Oelze golf most of all.
LOLOL Tiger was most influenced by caddie Spanky, who tells him the green breaks "a little bit THIS way.... nooo, a little bit that way.... nooo..." Spanky is never shown on-screen during golf broadcasts as it's felt that this would distract from the proceedings. Likewise, the chimp who breaks Tiger's clubs after he blows an easy putt is kept off-screen.