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East Lothian Trip


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#1 baddomes

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 10:46 AM

Headed to Scotland for a week in July for some touring around with the wife.  Staying 3 days longer alone to play some golf.  Finalized the itinerary yesterday:



Day 1: Cragielaw (am)
Day 1: Kilspindie (pm)
<Staying in Dunbar>
Day 2: 36 at Dunbar
<Staying in Dunbar>
Day 3: 36 at North Berwick
<Staying in Glasgow, flying home the next am>

I've done 36 three days in a row before.  It's difficult, but big Scottish breakfasts will help.  Going to use the electric trolleys for every round.  Will a typical cart bag fit on those?  

I'm really looking forward to playing these courses.  Kilspindie looks like the coolest course on the planet.  Who has played it?  Would be an amazing place for a match.  Hope the pro shop can pair me up with someone who would like to play one.  Hoping all of the pro shops will pair me with locals.  

Any pub/restaurant advice in Dunbar?  I'll be there over the Scottish Open so accommodations in Gullane/North Berwick were basically zero.  Feel lucky to have found a place in Dunbar.

Edited by baddomes, 12 January 2018 - 10:46 AM.


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Posted 13 January 2018 - 05:44 AM

Kilspindie is a cracking wee course, very very short but its enjoyable.

Craigielaw in my opinion is the "worst" of the courses that you have identified but its still decent. Its a workable itinerary so stick with it. Berwick is quirky but also very enjoyable. I really enjoy Dunbar, beautiful golf course, flat but challenging with a few very good holes.

Trolley will fit a cart bag absolutely no problem.
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