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About flatlandsanta

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    Economics, history, the Precious Metals market, competitive curling, travel (and not just world class golf trips), what makes a person tick, hiking, classic Chevy muscle, the cyclical nature of everyone and everything on our planet, scotch, politics (policy, not the bs about the people in the roles), architecture and design, friends and family, physics, math, science and statistics, and, pretty much anything else that can preoccupy my mind when I'm not thinking about golf.
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  1. The rhythm of the game is best found when you are walking. Carts are great from time to time, but not if you want to really improve. Santa
  2. Kwoodfield, When do you leave on this epic trip? I've played about half the courses you listed - you will undoubtedly enjoy them all, for different reasons. While in St. Andrews, if you have time to add Crail that is worth a visit. And the patio outside the Jigger, leaning up against the wall along 17 of the Old Course, is a once in a lifetime experience. You almost have to pinch yourself that you are there. Dinner at Forgan's in town is a must. Go with an open mind. The deep fried haggis balls with a dram of scotch are incredibly good. I would be curious to hear what some of your takeaways are from the trip, once complete. I am now planning another trip in 2020 to St. Andrews and Carnoustie, but will also include Cruden Bay and Royal Dornoch. So many great places to choose from. Stick to ScotRail, if you can, as opposed to renting a car. Santa
  3. Welcome to the forums flatlandsanta :)


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