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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
My Road Hole advice was not worthless. You must be like the Swede who played it safe with 1 Iron...he still ended up in the rough. Where the heck did you hit it? If you went right, then you broke a window, which is cool. If you went straight, then you were in the fairway. And if you went left, then you wussed out. Fess up!
11/02/06 @ 22:56
Comment from: Chris Baldwin [Member] Email
When you return to the states … What do you mean with this return to the states?

Everyone knows you’re going to marry some Polish babe and never end up seeing the Renaissance Center again. You wrote about it …

Oh, that’s right. That’s one of the stories you denied your readers.

11/02/06 @ 23:00
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Links golf, there's nothing like it. And until somebody actually plays a links course, they can never fully appreciate just how good it is. Does something to your golfing soul. Great trip, Brandon. Good stories too.
11/03/06 @ 08:49
Comment from: irish eyes [Visitor] Email
Well done.
I may have enjoyed your Scotland trip nearly as much as you did.
As for the exchange rate, you might have better luck convincing the UK to join the European Union.
11/03/06 @ 12:55
Comment from: golf goddess [Visitor] Email
You make Scotland sound romantic. Are you traveling alone?
11/06/06 @ 20:22
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
You still haven't confessed your score at No. 1 at Prestwick.
11/09/06 @ 08:05
Comment from: LAWRENCE Cockerel [Visitor] Email
I can hardly wait to play The Old Course And others. I'm inspired from the comments. When is the best and most affordable to play there?
01/15/07 @ 11:10
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Visitor] Email
Thanks for the comment, it's a great course to get on and you'll love every step on it. The most affordable time to get on is winter, at about 65 pounds, but the weather is iffy, daylight is short and you have to use mats on fairways. I think your best bet is the "shoulder season" which is about a month in the spring and fall. Check their website for specific dates. www.standrews.org.uk It'll be about 85 pounds to play then and the weather is a little better and you can hit off the grass. High season in 07 125. I played in late October and the weather was quite bearable with the right waterproofs.
01/15/07 @ 11:24
Comment from: indir [Visitor]
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12/24/10 @ 10:47
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01/13/11 @ 17:30

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