Carnoustie Golf Course Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Room service
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... originally there was a massive bell mounted on the rock sticking out from the sea which when the waves washed over the bell it would ring alerting passing vessels of the rock. Today however the bell is no longer there, it's now just the lighthouse.
We met up with Ben & headed off to have lunch in a lovely little pub call Wetherspoons. We all ordered the Friday special of Fish & Chips, mine was served with Mushy peas. We sat ...
... Sheena, with PGA players. The boys had decided at the beginning of the trip they were both going to have a Guiness after the round and they did. Then off to dinner and of course had to finish off the night with ice cream from Jeanette's. Now that we found this delicious ice cream shop you can't keep the guys away. Dead tired today so hope to call it a night soon and be sleeping by 11pm. Guys are off to Carnoustie tomorrow for their last round of the ...
... Tom has never made par on the hole ..... We played it twice and Connor made par both times. He was quick with reminding us of the Watson story afterwards! Zach is absolutely killing the ball and has little trouble driving the ball past Scott and Chip. The boys are really having fun and its great to see them walking fairways together again.
Ok here is the brilliant moment....after finishing our first round ...
From Perth we unfortunately had to take a bus to Dundee, as there is some sort of trackwork, and then discovered that the Dundee train station (where the rail bus dropped us) was about fifteen miles from the Dundee bus station - doesn't that make perfect sense?? So we staggered through the streets of Dundee, dragging our heavy cases of dirty laundry, searching for buses. Luckily it gave us a good excuse to talk to strangers, asking for ...
... was really just a question of getting ourselves across country. We tried, as far as possible, to use different routes from the ones we had used before, but found ourselves at snack-and-pee time, going through Roy Bridge again, so we stopped for coffee and used the opportunity to follow a finger board to the "Ice Age Landscape" that we had missed on our first pass through that delightful hamlet. It was a pretty little secondary road, but we are always confused by ...