Page 1 of 4 123 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 37
  1. #1
    Assistant Pro makaveli's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Location
    Milan, Italy
    Posts
    157

    Solo trip to Scotland, info and opinions

    Hello guys, I may have a week off between August and September, I have asked my usual friends to join but they are all at work, so I was thinking going alone and playing with random people of even organizing games with some of you guys from the forum.

    What do you think, would that be worth it? logistically and economically speaking it would me more expensive than sharing fixed expenses (car, hotel...) but maybe it would end up being a great trip!

    Thanks for the answers
    iMak

  2. #2
    Ryder Cup Winner drive4show's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Poole, Dorset
    Posts
    10,442

    Re: Solo trip to Scotland, info and opinions

    Go for it! I'm sure the Scottish lads will look after you

  3. #3
    Journeyman Pro
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Location
    Kent
    Posts
    1,610

    Re: Solo trip to Scotland, info and opinions

    Do it!

    I dream of such a trip.
    Handicap: 12

  4. #4
    Assistant Pro makaveli's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Location
    Milan, Italy
    Posts
    157

    Re: Solo trip to Scotland, info and opinions

    Thanks for the support guys!!

  5. #5
    Tour Rookie Capella's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2015
    Location
    Germany
    Posts
    1,335

    Re: Solo trip to Scotland, info and opinions

    Absolutely. I haven't gone to Scotland yet (well, not to play golf, anyway, I travelled there a few times in the past), but did trips like this to England twice and it was a lot of fun both times. I played a few courses on my own (which I don't mind, I kind of like playing on my own), but also hooked up with some forum members and of course also just random people I met on the course and it was always a fantastic experience.
    In the bag: Cobra FlyZ driver, Cobra Baffler XL 3 & 7 wood, Bridgestone GC 22 ° Hybrid, Cleveland Halo 4 Hybrid, MacGregor V-Foil M455 irons 5 - SW, Cleveland Black 60°, Odyssey White Hot putter

  6. #6
    Journeyman Pro mcbroon's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Location
    The wettest village in Scotland
    Posts
    2,402

    Re: Solo trip to Scotland, info and opinions

    Depending on when you're here, and where you want to go, I'm sure we could rustle up a few games for you, maybe even a wee forum meet...?
    Some clubs
    Some baws
    Hunners of broken tees
    and a Snickers that was best before Oct 2011

    www.wlgc.co.uk


    7.1

  7. #7
    Assistant Pro makaveli's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Location
    Milan, Italy
    Posts
    157

    Re: Solo trip to Scotland, info and opinions

    Some of you guys are members in some courses around Edi? I was thinking about playing links but I can consider some parkland gems even though in Italy we have basically only parklands. I have already played some usual suspects (Carnoustie, Dornoch, Kingsbarns, Castle Stuart, Lundin, Leven, Dunbar), but I am missing a lot of others! Also PM if you like

    I was also thinking about going on the Old Course at 3am to try to get a spot, even if I don't get one I think the stories from the people you meet during the night on the 1st tee hoping for a tee time are priceless!

  8. #8
    Money List Winner stevek1969's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    dundee
    Posts
    5,051

    Re: Solo trip to Scotland, info and opinions

    Depending on dates could possibly host you at mine.
    www.scotscraiggolfclub.com

    Hcp :- Embarrassing

  9. #9
    Tour Rookie IanG's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Location
    North Berwick
    Posts
    1,401

    Re: Solo trip to Scotland, info and opinions

    Quote Originally Posted by mcbroon View Post
    Depending on when you're here, and where you want to go, I'm sure we could rustle up a few games for you, maybe even a wee forum meet...?
    Dave - A day oot at West Linton sounds just the job...

    iMac - When you know your dates, I'm sure we can sort some games out.

    Ian
    North Berwick Golf Club - Handicap 10.6

  10. #10

    Re: Solo trip to Scotland, info and opinions

    Each of my trips to Scotland have been solo ones - just plan your routes, hotels, courses intended etc. Just be prepared to tee off early to get ahead of any roll-ups, contact the clubs beforehand etc. And definitely do a 4am at the Old Course. I've got some friends all over the world I met doing that and wound up playing with.

    The best trip I did included five rounds at St.Andrews, Carnoustie Burnside, Machrahanish, Mach Dunes, Turnberry Kintyre and Southerness. 10 rounds in 5 days - entire cost including hotels, green fees, food and fuel was under £1,000.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

Latest Golf News

Bushnell Neo Ion Golf Watch for Lowest ever price of £99.48

Very impressive battery life is combined with useful features that help improve accuracy and implementing the correct strategy

November 20, 2017

Ashes Injury Scare: Stuart Broad Hit By Stray Golf Ball

There was an injury scare for the England team when Stuart Broad was hit by a stray golf ball!

November 20, 2017

Austin Cook wins The RSM Classic

PGA Tour rookie Austin Cook held off the pack to win The RSM Classic at Sea Island Resort in Georgia. J.J. Spaun was second with Brian Gay third.

November 20, 2017

Rahm and Fleetwood are winners in Dubai

Spain’s Jon Rahm won the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai by a single shot while a late stumble by Justin Rose allowed Tommy Fleetwood to secure the Race to Dubai title.

November 19, 2017