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    9 over today. Will need a miracle to make the cut but will be a great experience for him.


    Same score as Richie Ramsay who on his day is a competitor. I think Neil had the worst of the conditions early on. The later ones found it slightly easier. As you say he'll very likely have a great time anyhow.


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    He finished on +5 so did massively better in round 2. I reckon that would have been a 67.

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    Looks absolutely dreich down at Renaissance today. It's a day for feet up in front of the box with a comforting dram in front of me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golden Bear View Post
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    Looks absolutely dreich down at Renaissance today. It's a day for feet up in front of the box with a comforting dram in front of me.

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    This is a great watch.

    I like it when tournaments have a variety of different conditions.

    They've had a couple of easier days, let's see who can cope with some proper Scottish weather.

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    Hopefully Robert McIntyre can come through to win his first tour event. 5 back but he has the game. Suspect it may be Tommy Fleetwood though. Brilliant round in the conditions

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    Hopefully Robert McIntyre can come through to win his first tour event. 5 back but he has the game. Suspect it may be Tommy Fleetwood though. Brilliant round in the conditions
    considering how bad his first day was Fleetwood has played well.

    Westwood would do for me but I'm a big poulter fan

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    Canít believe Tommy missed those 2 putts on 16 and the playoff. Usually bread and butter for him. Good to see Marc Warren returning to some form.
    Congrats to Rai, great play on the final day. I was hoping McIntyre would have produced that !

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    Can’t believe Tommy missed those 2 putts on 16 and the playoff. Usually bread and butter for him. Good to see Marc Warren returning to some form.
    Congrats to Rai, great play on the final day. I was hoping McIntyre would have produced that !

    He nearly won the Irish Open last week too. John Catlin played a blinding final round to win by two shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibeg View Post
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    Canít believe Tommy missed those 2 putts on 16 and the playoff. Usually bread and butter for him. Good to see Marc Warren returning to some form.
    Congrats to Rai, great play on the final day. I was hoping McIntyre would have produced that !
    That 2nd putt looked decidedly dodgy to me. No way he would miss the hole from there.
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    Robert Rock thought himself out of that tournament.

    He did far too much faffing about with the wee elementary shot he had from the edge of the 18th green . It looked like a fairly simple roll up to the hole with the putter from where I was sitting in my comfy chair (glass in hand of course)

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    Lots of driving range to begin with certainly helps but there's nothing like hitting a course to put it all together.

    Club membership straight away would be quite expensive, especially when you're new and don't know how much you might play so I would just pay as you go for rounds to begin with. The Edinburgh Leisure courses are excellent, good value and you have the choice of a good few. I quite like a twilight golf offer if you're looking for a fancier course for a good price. I find that if you take a twilight golf offer it's normally because courses are quieter later in the day, and under those circumstances you can do stuff like drop 3 or 4 balls 100 yards from the green and practice hitting a few in under much less pressure than when playing on a busy course with people all booked onto it back to back. Likewise you can drop a few in a bunker to get a feel for hitting out of those, chip out of various sorts of rough/ fringe/fairway towards a green to get the hang of that. This isn't always as easy on the Edinburgh leisure courses (which are quite busy and popular) but it's a brilliant way to hone your game.

    Speak to mates who are members in places - they'll often get decent offers to sign players onto courses, so that lets you try other places at a good price.

    I've also taken out stuff like the Open Fairways scheme in the past - they give you good 2 for 1, 4 for 2 offers etc but you need a buddy who will join you. Always good to effectively save you half of your green fees though.

    Good luck and have fun.
    Signed up to a winter membership at edinburgh leisure. Just over 20 quid a month which isn't bad at all.

    Was really busy today which was a bit daunting, and it was slow ahead of me so felt a bit rushed. Think your advice to get a later time is definitely worth taking on board.

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