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How To Score on Scottish Golf Courses

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In Scotland, golf courses are subtle. Things are not always as they appear. It is common for holes to be designed with burns (streams) that cross the fairway just at the places where well-struck balls might land. These burns are often hidden from the view of the unwary or the uninitiated.

Bunkers are not only placed where tee shots or approach shots that are a bit off line might reach, they are often hidden from view. From the tee box you might look out to see one bunker on the left of the fairway near the turn of the dogleg, but only 150 yards away. Knowing that you can carry that little bunker, you are tempted to cut the dogleg and gain perhaps 30 yards toward the pin. The difficulty is that you don’t see the series of four other bunkers stringing out beyond the one in view, each more eager than the other to gather in your drive.

The Solution – Caddienotes

To alleviate these problems, The Independent Golfer offers course descriptions of 61 of Scotland's golf courses. These are called Caddienotes. In addition to information about location, general course characteristics and a listing of amenities, they offer, for each Scotland golf course, a brief description of each hole you will play there. They present best ways to play the hole and reveal any hidden characteristics that might present difficulties to the unwary golfer.

The Cost of Caddienotes

Via E-mail (you print) – $3.95 for 9-hole course; $4.95 for 18 hole course

Via Air Mail (printed) – $5.50 for 9-hole course; $6.50 for 18 hole course

The cheapest way to save strokes on Scottish golf courses known to man!

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