Course Review and Comments
There is NOTHING in the world like teeing off on the first hole of The Old Course. Every golfer should do it at least once. Take a caddie, as so many of the bunkers are blind off the tees and the aiming lines/points are not obvious. HUGE greens, so make sure your putting and short game are up to snuff--will save you more strokes than big tee shots.
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October 03rd, 2011 14:04
Pure history. Not what the average American would think given the plush/expensive courses in the US. It is more a public type links course, hard fairways and nothing exciting about the scenery - but
August 11th, 2010 07:42
It is not the hardest or scenic course in the world. It is just the COOLEST and a definite must play!!!! Everything is top notch. Pay the money and take a caddy, the course has too many blind shots, h
July 13th, 2010 16:00
The course was beautiful, the weather was windy, warm, cold, sunny, rainy, so layer up. A life time experience. It seemed to be the only nice day in October. We were 4 singles from 4 countries and ha
September 24th, 2009 02:14
Mr review at Forelinksters.com:
Absolutely fantastic experience
May 07th, 2009 05:53
I played the Old Course just once in near drought conditions, so the wear & tear of 40K rounds/year was evident. Nonetheless, it was a thrill. The course was playing very fast & firm. A caddie
October 23rd, 2008 00:09
The Old Course lives up to the expectations. I think the best thing about the course is that while you can just close your eyes and bomb your drive on a lot of holes, approach shots, chipping and putt
September 23rd, 2008 20:07
Nothing else to say....best golf course on the planet hands down. Augusta only real challenger but the history and specialness of the place is something else
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