Hey - i’m heading to Scotland in the week leading up to the Ryder Cup weekend. I’m going with the wife so there will be playing spots. If you fancy joining - let me know @firstname.lastname@example.org
Elie - 25th September 23
Crail - 26th September 23
St Andrews 27th - 29th September (various TBC)
Gleneagles 29th Sept - 2nd October
There will be beers. Let me know if you fancy it.
@ajoescott so so so tempting. At Crail be sure to get Alan on your bag. excellent caddie and person.
I am a member of one of the St. Andrews golf clubs and work permitting should be around on the 27th & 28th of September. I’d be happy to enter the ballot for us both to play The Old Course and take you on as my guest. If you’re on Instagram shoot me your handle and I’ll DM you.
Maybe see you around in July. I joined the St Andrews Golf Club.
I will be around in July. Shoot me a message closer to the time.
Hey guys, I’m heading to Scotland in September with my father in law. We are playing Gullane 1 and 2 on the same day.
He is asking about taking a cart for the 36. My question is about the walks, are they hard? And about the carts, I’m assuming not cart paths but can you drive it in the fairways or is it like some courses where you can really park near your ball and its just as much walking? TIA
Hi mate - here is the guidance from the golf shop. You should be good to book a buggy and use it on the fairways. usually a day by day guide to where the buggy can be used based on the weather. Ordinarily you can use the buggy across the course.
Gullane – 2 seater motorised buggies can be hired via the Pro Shop and early booking is advisable.
Permission via email from the Secretary is required for buggy hire between 1st November and 31st March. Please include details in the email of the reason for requesting use of the buggy.
The rate is £30 per round and £50 per day.
To make a booking email email@example.com or telephone 01620 843 111.