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In response to: On location at Oitavos Golf Club near Lisbon, Portugal: Sweet Spots Podcast

I have not played this course personally but have heard good reports about the back nine especially.

David
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In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

Jason [Visitor]
I would love to play St. Andrews course. Good to know its possible to get a tee time.
PermalinkPermalink 08/31/09 @ 09:28

In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

Joe M [Visitor]
I just got back from Scotland and was lucky enough to get on the Old Course. I arrived at 8:30 and teed off at 9:40. I was a single and me and another guy got paired up with a twosome. It was a Thursday and a beautiful sunny day so I got lucky. Be polite and courteous to the starter and don’t leave the area. If you are coming from the states make sure to mention you have come a long way to fulfill a dream. Don’t bother the starter but make sure he sees you hanging around. Don’t forget your USGA card because he will ask to see it. Good luck.
PermalinkPermalink 08/18/09 @ 23:43

In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

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PermalinkPermalink 08/13/09 @ 09:43

In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

Chris [Visitor]
Showed up as a single noon June 30. Asked the starter if there was any chance a single could get a game . A half hour later I spied a threesome on the first tee that was part of a booking where the 4 th had not shown up and as fast as I could pull out my credit card I was part of that group. People at St Andrews terrific and supportive in doing all they can to accomodate those wishing to experience playing "the mecca".
PermalinkPermalink 07/10/09 @ 16:59

In response to: On location at Oitavos Golf Club near Lisbon, Portugal: Sweet Spots Podcast

Interesting!

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PermalinkPermalink 07/09/09 @ 10:25

In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

Jim Hansen [Visitor]
I traveled with Links Golf St Andrews as a single in 2007 and they were able to pair me up with a group of three other players when I booked. I had a great time and can't wait go back.
PermalinkPermalink 01/08/09 @ 06:45

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Jenny Hill [Visitor]
Great to see a recent post on a golf course in the U.S.! We certainly need to hear about more of those.

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In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

GARY HOLLOWAY [Visitor]
I AM LOOKING FOR A SINGLE GOLFER FOR THE OLD COURSE AT ST ANDREWS ON MAY 18TH OR MAY 19TH, 2009. MY WIFE AND I ARE ON THIS VACATION TOGETHER BUT SHE DOES NOT GOLF.
PermalinkPermalink 11/19/08 @ 15:54

In response to: On location at Krakow Valley in Poland: WorldGolf.com Sweet Spots Podcast

Krakow [Visitor]
Golf is a magical game and Krakow is a magical place. A match made in heaven I think. Its true the Poles know as much about Golf as Tiger knows about losing. But that is changing.
PermalinkPermalink 11/07/08 @ 12:32

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PermalinkPermalink 10/16/08 @ 17:03

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In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

Neil Fitzell [Visitor]
I had the greatest golfing weekend 22nd April 2007, when my son and his friend and i played the Strathtyrum, the New and of course the Old Course. What a fabulous place. We enjoyed every minute. I look forward to going back in the not too distant future.
PermalinkPermalink 05/10/08 @ 13:36

In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

Jim Owen [Visitor]
I would like a tee time on the Old Course any time the last week of July, '08. I have talked with and written to many people who claimed they could arrange a tee time, but none of them turned out to be reliable.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
PermalinkPermalink 03/16/08 @ 22:45

In response to: Myrtle Beach traffic problems and solutions podcast: on WorldGolf.com Sweet Spots

Custom Golf Clubs [Visitor]
I visited Myrtle Beach last weekend and it took me 2 hours to drive down Hwy. 501. It was ridiculous. I feel sorry for the kids who attend Conway High School and have to deal with that mess every day. Other than that I had a great time at the beach.
PermalinkPermalink 06/30/07 @ 19:58

In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

Iain Kelly jr. [Visitor]
Yes I too am looking for a tee time for 3 or 4 people at The Old Course anytime in July 2007. Can you help me?
PermalinkPermalink 04/27/07 @ 18:11

In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

Iain Kelly jr. [Visitor]
Yes I too am looking for a tee time for The Old Course anytime in July 2007. Can you help me?
PermalinkPermalink 04/27/07 @ 18:09

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Yes I too am looking for a tee time for The Old Course anytime in July 2007 [Visitor]
Yes I too am looking for a tee time for The Old Course anytime in July 2007. Can you help me?
PermalinkPermalink 04/27/07 @ 18:08

In response to: How to get a tee time on the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland: Sweet Spots podcast

Kerry Easley [Visitor]
I am looking for 2 tee times for the Old Course anytime in June or July 2007. Can you help me out?
Kerry Easley
PermalinkPermalink 01/16/07 @ 14:36

In response to: British Open comes to Royal Liverpool: A special Sweet Spots podcast

Betty Jordan [Visitor]
Just think that the British Open is a pretty awful course. How come it's so dry and dusty looking, Not mention the tall weeds. I'm a real no-nothing about golf, but can't get over how bad these poor champs must play in such a dirty site. Some one please this.
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