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Comment from: Golf Goddess [Visitor] Email
Looks like a fun and interesting course -- not something cut from a cookie-cutter mold. Do tell, what did you shoot???
2009-04-26 @ 14:31
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
How about that semi-buried pro shop? For me, the most memorable holes at North Berwick were No. 2 where you hit your tee ball over the North Sea, the pitch shot into the Pit, the tee shot on Redan and the biarritz green on the 16th. Somehow managed to two-putt from the wrong section.

From the pictures, it looks pretty lush in comparison to conditions we faced in summertime. I imagine the ball is not bouncing quite as badly for you. We could only hold the green with a wedge if the wind was into us.
2009-04-27 @ 12:42

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