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  1. #91
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    Re: Help with planning Scotland trip

    Thanks for the write up, great read.

    Am hoping to enter the ballot in August(3 ball) and will be crossing our fingers and have got a few days to get lucky with. If we don't get a time will have to play one of the other courses you mentioned.

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    Tour Winner Lincoln Quaker's Avatar
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    Re: Help with planning Scotland trip

    Great write up and glad you enjoyed all the courses. I still haven't found anything in golf that comes close to the buzz teeing off on the 1st hole.

    Do you wish you had stayed in St Andrews?

    I stopped a few miles away when I went for the week, really wished I had stayed in the town.
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    Re: Help with planning Scotland trip

    I am glad that you enjoyed your time up there. If you hadn't we would all be questioning your sanity

    Great little write up and I hope more people decide to go up and do this sort of trip because it is brilliant.
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  4. #94
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    Re: Help with planning Scotland trip

    Quote Originally Posted by Lincoln Quaker View Post
    Great write up and glad you enjoyed all the courses. I still haven't found anything in golf that comes close to the buzz teeing off on the 1st hole.

    Do you wish you had stayed in St Andrews?

    I stopped a few miles away when I went for the week, really wished I had stayed in the town.
    Yes and no. We were able to find somewhere really cheap to stay by staying away from St Andrews (60 a night on Airbnb). Accommodation in St Andrews is quite pricey, also I suspect it would be difficult to find somewhere for a sensible price that wouldn't require a short drive to the golf courses or town anyway. I think the main benefit of staying in St Andrews itself would be the evenings and being able to pop into town for dinner etc.

    I think had we been there longer than 3 nights we would have started to get tired of the 20 min drive to and from St Andrews!
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