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PNGA Posts About ‘Scotland’

On the Road, and Happily So

Tuesday, September 8th, 2020

For Bob and Anne Jones, their casual retirement plans morphed into a love of finding the hidden gems of Scotland and Ireland

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What I Did For Love (of the Game) – A Fleeting Visit to Dornoch

Monday, April 6th, 2020

by Tony Dear

Sometimes, what we do in life just makes no sense. And our only excuse at the time (and even years later) was that we just had to do it, that there was no way we could not do it.

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How to Play Golf with the Locals

Monday, February 25th, 2019

by Jeff Tolman

Over the past 20 years I have had the good fortune to journey to Ireland and Scotland many times

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Finding Honesty and a Time Difference a Long Way from Home

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

by Jeff Tolman

I knew I wasn’t in the Pacific Northwest when I went into the cafe’ of the Uig-to-Tarbert ferry.

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Scotland, day ten: North Berwick GC, thanks for the memories

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016

by Ron Bellamy

(View this article and more on Ron’s website: www.ronbwriter.com)

A grand (if bittersweet) finale as our trip ends at an historic, highly regarded course that delivers memorable holes, memorable beauty and memorable hospitality

NORTH BERWICK, EAST LOTHIAN, Scotland – Martyn Huish, the head PGA professional at North Berwick Golf Club (West Links), is 47 and was born here, in this town in East Lothian, less than an hour’s drive from Edinburgh, on the south shore of the Firth of Forth.

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Scotland, day nine: Crail’s Balcomie Links, ‘very historic, very unique’ and very much fun

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

by Ron Bellamy

(View this article and more on Ron’s website: www.ronbwriter.com)

The Crail Golfing Society’s older course is its most popular (but don’t overlook Craighead Links)

CRAIL, FIFE, Scotland – To this old little village on the Firth of Forth, in this region of Scotland north of Edinburgh known as the East Neuk, the golfers come from the United States, and Scandinavia, and Germany and France and elsewhere.

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Scotland, day eight: The Golf House Club, Elie Links, enduring and endearing

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

by Ron Bellamy

(View this article and more on Ron’s website: www.ronbwriter.com)

They grow up playing golf here, and have for generations

ELIE, FIFE, Scotland – Daylight was waning and the rain was pelting when we left The 19th Hole, the pub across the narrow street from the final fairway of The Golf House Club, Elie Links.

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Scotland, day seven: Spectacular Kingsbarns Golf Links (and a visit to the Old Course)

Monday, September 12th, 2016

by Ron Bellamy

(View this article and more on Ron’s website: www.ronbwriter.com)

Where we see links golf very old, and links golf very new

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Scotland, day six: Royal Troon, historic and still making history

Monday, September 12th, 2016

by Ron Bellamy

(View this article and more on Ron’s website: www.ronbwriter.com)

A stolid Old World feel at the club that just hosted one of the most vibrant Opens ever

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Scotland, day five: Trump Turnberry is an historically great golf course made even better (and Western Gailes is charming)

Friday, September 9th, 2016

by Ron Bellamy

(View this article and more on Ron’s website: www.ronbwriter.com)

Setting aside Donald Trump’s politics (if you can), his redesign of the famous Ailsa course at Turnberry is simply fantastic

TURNBERRY, AYRSHIRE, Scotland – You can hate his politics, and ego.

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