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Three holes well worth seeing out of nine isn't bad. What sort of green complex did the 6th have? Run offs in every direction?In the earlier part of the tour, I wondered about the path that you see in the photo of the 7th. Is that for golfers or for public access? Or both?
Very fine, very fine...There's something liberting about playing 9 holers. You come without all your normal expectations and just get on with it. Fun.Marked for future viist. Thanks.
Thanks for the tour Sean.I imagine this course hasn't changed much over the decades so it would be interesting to play it with a ball that only went as far as balls went back in 1874!atb
Niall...you had me going the wrong way!Onto to the course. The card is a perfect reflection of the course and house. There is no nonsense of a card showing 18 tees...its a 9 hole course.
Sean,I had the privilege of sampling Northumbrian golf for years coming down from Edinburgh while my daughter was a student there, I am really appreciating these photo tours. Please hear me when I say that you must, must see Bamburgh Castle Golf Club. Not quite Pebble Beach but not so far removed either if you consider the views.Ciao,Malcolm Mckinnon