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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I commend you for not gushing like a 11-year old having just seen his first naked body (I'm presuming that girls don't go quite as drooly as boys.) Kudos, too, for not anointing Saint David of the Back Hoe. Not every great course begins great. Maybe the weather will compress the mounds?
06/07/08 @ 09:44
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
I hope the greens aren't as artificially sloping as Kingsbarns, which I liked from tee to front edge of greens, then...a little maddening.
06/07/08 @ 20:23
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
BTuck--well, if you were frustrated by Kingsbarns, you'll be even more so at the Castle Course. Some greens looked wild but completely natural. One or two, perhaps, look just a wee bit contrived. However, they do match the contouring of the fairways, so they fit rather seemlessly into the overall landscape (which itself was built up by hand out of a flat farm field).
06/07/08 @ 21:44
The official public opening is June 28, 2008, and I just received a press release for the rest of the media world offering some preview rounds a week before that.Some greens looked wild but completely natural. One or two, perhaps, look just a wee bit contrived
06/24/09 @ 05:59

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