Ogstons on North Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... people to stroll and to have family picnics ...the course is only open for Sunday golfing three times a year and one day is for the British Open.
The sand traps/bunkers on the fairways are very intimidating and challenging ....they are very deep with steep sides. History says that the Great Bobby Jones hit a ball into a bunker at the 1921 Open, he took four swings and never got out ....he then walked off the golf course.
The Swilcan Bridge between ...
... which was an absolute blast. The last time I had participated in a tournament was probably three years ago in high school, and I missed the competition, the team bonding and the feeling of satisfying exhaustion at the of the two days. We didn't exactly win any medals but a lot of us were beginners and it was a fantastic learning experience nonetheless! The past two weeks have involved a lot of quality time studying and finishing assignments and ...
... fell into place (and my daily walk from residence to class every morning actually includes walking past the bus station!).
This past weekend I got to explore a new city in Scotland. I headed off to Glasgow Saturday morning to meet up with Alicia, one of my best friends from high school. Both of us were miles from home and yet we were closer to each other than we had been since high school since we moved away from each other after graduating. Since ...
... but have absolutely no sense as to how we're doing or what medals we've earned.
The Old Course becomes a public park on Sundays, so we wandered around and Donnie got me to take a picture of him on the stone bridge on the 18th hole. This is apparently an iconic shot, and he even added an Arnold Palmer flair by lifting his hat to acknowledge his adoring fans. They were all there in his mind -- oh, I mean his main adoring fan, moi, ...
... good condition. Wandered through most of it and saw the Scottish Crown Jewels although we weren't allowed to photograph them. Finding our way out we came across another merry Scotsman who was about to do a muscat firing demonstration. Explanations about how not to put your fingers in your ears but cup your hands over your ears when he fires the gun. It was rather a gory description of ...