It's a course you must play before you die. 600 years of golf history, and you're walking in the footsteps of all of the greats of the game. We had good caddies too, thanks Alan and Brian. Some bunkers are a little unfair in that you can't get a swing at the ball in some positions; and the rough is savage in places. Just don't go in there, they're not called hazards for nothing.
Great experience, wished we could have got a second round in.
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