A Butler's Manor
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... getting some "swing oil" happening and watching the Ryder Cup. 1st Group - Krohnny, Lairdy and Grub 2nd Group - Pottsy, Clavo and Chap 3rd Group - Bro, Pro and Dunners 11:47 update - players dispersing heading to change rooms and getting ready. 11:49 team talk completed! Different team talk to the one the Swans were given, hopefully. 11:51 another Long Island iced tea for everyone. 12:26 some great super size nips (see photo) and 4 guys left at the bar. Tee off at 12:36 Lost ...
... from the start. Unfortunately we woke this morning to rain early start at Shinnecock and wet so really tough. This is one helluva golf course and they are already getting ready for the US Open in 4 years time. Some of the new tees are ridiculously long so it is going to be interesting watching the pros do battle in a few years time. Yep you've already guessed it another win for the 3 ...
... s list of America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses. After a great start with breakfast made by Broughy and phenomenal eggs made by Pottsy and toast made by grubby off we went to maidstone to play golf. Maidstone golf course is right on the beach and apart from being a great links style golf course it also has the Hamptons best Beach club see the video attached. I now see why this is the playground of Manhattan's rich ...
... and now also borders Sebonack Golf Club, which opened in 2006.Construction of the golf course was supervised by Seth Raynor, a local civil engineer from Long Island who went on to design several golf courses of his own, including the Fishers Island Club. The National Golf Links of America was selected as the host of the 2013 Walker Cup in September 2008.In 2009, "The National" was ranked 15th in ...
... a 4:30pm passage on The Long Island car ferry, and at 4:12pm, watching summer fading into fall behind slow-poke Rodriguez, we were white knuckled pressed to meet our 4:15pm load time and not forfeit our pre-paid fare.
As it turned out, we forgot the Aussie mantra of "don't sweat the little stuff" and suffered unnecessarily. We joined the car queue at 4:22pm and the attendant even offered us the option of the 4:30 ferry or the following one at 5pm. Still, the little ...