A Butler's Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... totalled 13 with 8 lost by one bloke who'll remain anonymous, can't believe you lost 8 Grub. Handbag Award - Grub for loosing 8 balls and not reaching 20 points. Sorry Grubby but it was by consensus. End of play 6 hours later and the 3 Peas have it won. WELL DONE. Great scores today by Krohnny 36, Lairdy 35 and Pro and Dunners 32. Its all over WOW, great fun, best courses, good mates and best ever weather. Thanks to all involved, now its pack time head to the airport and home ...
... 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. The day started with a couple of hours drive out to the Hamptons, first class service on arrival from everyone. Great club sandwiches in the Birdcage with some Southsides served by Curly. Then out we went, universal praise from everyone, some ranking it in their top 3 ever played. Some great bunkering, great greens and perfect weather what more can you ask ...
... while involuntary seemed necessary given my thoughts at the time. It helped me imagine being a Poquatuck Indian going about my business, when out of nowhere this white invader steps out in front of me and starts controlling my world. I didn't think that bow too long, not at all, even with my "tourist" status. Although frustrated and annoyed, I had at least acknowledged that Mr Clodhopper was there. He in turn, just like the white interlopers of yore, treated me like I ...