Discussion in 'SMB' started by CraigyLee, Jan 15, 2018.
Play well Lamby.
Any recommend any good links course in north east, or within a few hours drive.
I play Dunstanburgh, Seahouses and Bamburgh a lot, just wondering if I have missed any good ones up that way or even in north Yorkshire
Goswick is the best links course in Northumberland
Oh yeah forgot about that, will try, what makes it so good? Views or just quality of greens etc?
Try not to go if it's too windy. We played there years ago and our drives were almost coming back to us
Have you not tried Hartlepool, Seaton Carew or Cleveland??
Just a top golf course, the layout and individual holes are those of a top track (holes 1 & 18 are a bit rubbish. The greens have always been good when I've played there.
38 points mate, blustery as owt but hc back going the right way
Good stuff. I had a knock today as well and it felt as though the game was coming together a little.
Good work - its just nice to be out playing with a bit sun on my back after a bloody long winter
I wish I could say the same abut the sun but the weather here is supposed to perk up a bit next week. I was still wearing a woolly hat for a chunk of the round today.
Just been on to my step dad and he said the same - said it was 11 degrees and like playing on a swamp
45 points for me today
Thankfully, I don't have the swamp to deal with due to playing a links course but the inland courses around here are struggling as it has been so wet and cold.
what colour is your mask?
Best round of my life like. Was winning the comp when I left the club.
Are you still playing at Ramside?
I went out in 51 and back in 42 today. It was like watching two different players.
You get a new driver yet?
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