Travel Blogs from Carnoustie, United Kingdom

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Zounds, sir!, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Zounds, sir!

A travel blog entry by 35mph

After last night's debacle over finding somewhere to stay we knocked off early and found a site. I wanted to stop early today anyway because I've manged to get hold of an old copy of W.T. Linskill's St Andrews Ghost Stories [ISS 4.4] which HVM ...

Jimmy's coastal walk: Day 14, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Jimmy's coastal walk: Day 14

A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson

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... was to stay with Margot's brother Steve and family in Brechin. Leaving home at 7am a series of three buses delivered me to Carnoustie just after 10am. It was a dry, sunny day with a cool breeze at my back as I headed along the beach. I arrived ...

Morning has broken - like the first bullet, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Morning has broken - like the first bullet

A travel blog entry by 35mph

On waking this morning we heard an unfamiliar sound. Was it a woodpecker? Must be a large one. And is that? Yes. He's managed to get hold of a automatic weapon of some sort. Bless. On parking up last night we’d completely forgotten to check whether ...

Off to Scotland - St George's to Carnoustie, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Off to Scotland - St George's to Carnoustie

A travel blog entry by grahama01

Off to Scotland today. Early start to beat the rush but got stuck in a huge traffic jam for the V Festival rock concert just outside Telford - had only gone 5 miles. Had to do a U-turn and travel across country on the back roads until we hit the M6. We ...

Tough Test of Golf, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Tough Test of Golf

A travel blog entry by rosinski218

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I played golf at Carnoustie where Jean Van de Velde famously lost the British Open in a playoff after making a 7 on the final hole in regulation. I made a ...

Carnoustie, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Carnoustie

A travel blog entry by watter306

... of driving) to Carnoustie from St. Andrews this Tuesday morning. And arrived to a beautiful sunny day with only a slight breeze. Carnoustie has past british open champions such as Ben Hogan, Tom Watson, Paul Lawrie and Padrig Harrington. Great history! We ...

Sand Fairways and Castles, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Sand Fairways and Castles

A travel blog entry by parkdel

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Back tracking from the picturesque Loch Ness we headed to the final golfing destination on our UK part of the trip, Carnoustie. Steve's plan was to play as many great golf courses as he could on the final month of the trip and Carnoustie being one of, if ...

Sun, fun, nothing to do..., Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Sun, fun, nothing to do...

A travel blog entry by cbieri

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...or something like that ...

Scotland, Easthaven by Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Scotland

A travel blog entry by ginnygist

I've been to Scotland many times. My husband's a Scot. Traveled all over from a little town called Easthaven close to Carnoustie. Love Scotland and their people, the friendliest by ...

Carnoustie, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Carnoustie

A travel blog entry by nicholasrimmer

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  Today, we are driving north and playing what was named the hardest course in the world, Carnoustie.  We arrived early so we could get ready.  All in all, it was a pretty good round, I shot 97, my Dad shot 85, and my mom got ...

Christmas golf dinner 2010, Barry, United Kingdom travel blog

Christmas golf dinner 2010

A travel blog entry by backhomedundee

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Some pictures from the annual Christmas golf outing on December 12th. The snow is still with us on the ...

Another day in the country, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Another day in the country

A travel blog entry by grahama01

... on a very special grave. Back to Turriff - a lovely town where AJG's great-grandfather lived as a boy. Then back to Carnoustie - covered another 250 miles - that's 1800 miles since we left London. We saw some lovely countryside today and the weather was ...

A long day but a good one, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

A long day but a good one

A travel blog entry by lyallc

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... a hole which Tom Watson described as the hardest Par 3 in golf so that was nice :) Shopping shopping...yes a couple of things from Carnoustie, then off down to St Andrews for another shop. There can be little doubt that I will be turning more heads on the ...

The golfing is underway..., Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

The golfing is underway...

A travel blog entry by lyallc

... 14th after a brilliant 8-iron approach. 2 bogeys to finish sadly, meant an adjusted 79. Not too bad for first time on the course. Tomorrow Carnoustie and the forecast looks like a few showers but reasonably warm 17, and we have caddies so bring it on! :) ...

Carnoustie!!! All of it, Carnoustie, United Kingdom travel blog

Carnoustie!!! All of it

A travel blog entry by chipg

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... . Unlike most links courses that go out one direction for 9 with the same wind and in for 9 with opposite wind, Carnoustie changes wind direction every hole..... brutal and mentally exhausting. The bunkers are freak!n deep!!! Like over your head deep at ...

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