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Comment from: Steve W. [Visitor] Email
Brandon, thanks for the article. I can't
wait to play the following courses in July:

- Cruden
- Dornoch
- Brora
- Golspie
- Carnoustie
- New Course
- Old Course
- Castle Course
- Gullane #1
- Muirfield
- North Berwick
2009-05-06 @ 15:59
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Thanks for the article, BTuck. I can't wait to get to the Highlands and NE Scotland. The only tough part of planning that trip is that I'll know what I'll be missing in East Lothian and Fife. The one thing I usually forget to mention when writing about Scotland is just how wonderful the people are, both in the business dealings of such a golf trip and in socializing. When staying in villages such as North Berwick, instead of the big cities, we really interacted with the locals. Best move we could have ever made. I expect the folks to the north are equally as fine.
2009-05-07 @ 09:28
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
You know how awesome the Highlands are? BTuck writesa nice tribute and doesn't even have to mention what many conder the greatest course in the world: Royal Dornoch. Wow.

I found Ayrshire to have a distinct blue collar feel, reminiscent of, say, Pittsburgh. Of course, there was ome great golf and we were made welcome.
2009-05-08 @ 08:42
Comment from: cheap jordan 4 [Visitor]
stray birds of summer come to my window to sing and fly away.and yellow leaves of autumn, which have no songs, flutter and fallthere with a sign.
2010-12-28 @ 19:31

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