June 10, 2019 at 06:10 PM
By Dale V
Dale VEscondido, CA
Found out the other day that I would need to do a business trip in October to London. Looked at the flight prices and it was significantly cheaper if I stayed over the weekend so I am willing to stick around and take a side trip to St. Andrews for the weekend. Didn't get to Carnoustie on my first visit back in 2016 so I made a tee time for there on Friday. I will put in for the 2-day-ahead lottery in hopes of getting on The Old Course on Saturday. If not, will try to play one of the other 5 local courses. If any other TT members will be there October 18-20 let me know and we can meet up for some fish n chips, beer, or maybe a single malt. No haggis please.
Jerry MDallas, TX
John PDanbury, CT
Christopher VEdmond, OK
July 21, 2019 at 09:39 PM
If you cant get on the old course at st andrews play the jubilee course, its reckoned to be the hardest and best course on the estate. Played the jubilee course last year and thought it was fantastic. Also played at carnoustie on the same trip (although it was banside course and not the big course) did expect the food in the clubhouse to be expensive, 3 coffees 2 sandwiches and 1 scone was 50 pound and was just overpriced for what it was in all honesty. Food at old course was a bit more reasonable
Don OMadison, WI
Bart van der DoesThe Netherlands
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