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Ran:Looks like another great place to beat you like a drum.... .I think it was your last post to this esteemed site that promised you would "paste" me...too bad that some dreams don't become reality.
Quote from: Bart Bradley on September 29, 2009, 10:41:38 AMRan:Looks like another great place to beat you like a drum.... .I think it was your last post to this esteemed site that promised you would "paste" me...too bad that some dreams don't become reality.Bart, as always, your memory is selective at best. As I recall, that statement was made in anticipation of our match at GG&CC, where Ran and I did beat you and Matthew. Perhaps not the predicted "pasting", but a satisfying victory nonetheless. Ed
Unlike some of the great links in the UK, one of the neat things about the property at Cabot is that the farthest point from the ocean isn't dull. We have a long par three taking shape that looks to have reverse redan playing characteristics followed by our version of a Cape hole which plays toward the rocking boats in the distance (the photo above is taken from the par three tee looking across the Cape hole). Ben sent me a photo of work that has occurred to this hole in the past few weeks and as soon as I find it, I'll post it. The green pad has been created and you'll get a sense of the approach shot with the boats rocking in the background.
If you've never been to Nova Scotia, I can assure you that you'll love it. Golfing on Cape Breton Island was one of the best vacations of my life.
Very nice Ran. That looks like Ailsa Craig out there in the distance.