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Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
You will absolutely think you've gone to golf heaven in East Lothian. The town of North Berwick is delightful, including the public putting greens. A great 36 hole day is to also take in The Glen, the East course of North Berwick. You might check to see if one Angus Robertson is around to caddy for you. You should also consider making marvelous Gullane a 36 hole day and take in both the No. 1 and No. 2 course (shorter version of No. 1). You will never forget Gullane Hill for the rest of your life. Dunbar is a tremendous links with about a half dozen holes hard by the North Sea. The day we played it, there was a 2-3 club wind we fought all the way back to the clubhouse. Ahhh, the memories!
2009-04-20 @ 10:55
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
A nice pitstop for a post round pint would be The Old Clubhouse in the town of Gullane. There you can watch over the public childrens course while relaxing with your meal or drink. A block away is the pro shop for Muirfield. That's right, it is not on the grounds of the private club itself, but rather right in the middle of town. By the way, at a certain area on Gullane Hill, you will be overlooking Muirfield course. Dude, I really wish I was with you on this trip!!!
2009-04-21 @ 12:48
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Visitor] Email
Contain yourself Shanks! Looks like you're about due for another go over here...
2009-04-23 @ 00:08
Comment from: Golf Goddess [Visitor] Email
Is Shanks...gushing? Geez.
2009-04-26 @ 14:37
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Gushing? Hadn't really thought about it that way but, maybe. If the Golf Goddess ever gets over there, she'll likely be gushing as well. It's a real eye-opener.
2009-04-27 @ 12:30
Comment from: MKV to iPad [Visitor] Email
The Old Clubhouse in the town of Gullane.
2010-06-09 @ 01:13
Comment from: jordan 9 [Visitor]
Cheats never prosper.Children are what the mothers are.
2010-12-26 @ 03:44

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