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There is a new book out by Tom Coyne....He had authored a Course called Ireland a few years ago. His book on Scotland is fabulous and gently describes many of the courses. He played 117 rounds in 56 days. I highly recommend anyone with thoughts of going to Scotland reading this....and for those who have gone, It is a must.  

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I couldn't put it down. Good stuff both for writing as well as travel info. His Ireland was great also for same reasons.

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20 hours ago, FLOG4 said:

There is a new book out by Tom Coyne....He had authored a Course called Ireland a few years ago. His book on Scotland is fabulous and gently describes many of the courses. He played 117 rounds in 56 days. I highly recommend anyone with thoughts of going to Scotland reading this....and for those who have gone, It is a must.  

Thanks for letting us know. I enjoyed his Ireland book.

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Neat - never heard of him...I'm always looking for books to read during my commute.  My library doesn't yet have the Scotland book, but I just put a "hold" on the digital version of A Course Called Ireland.  Should get it in about two weeks (it says).

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I’m enjoying it so far. One interesting part is when he went to see an old friend and teacher in Philadelphia to tune up his game. The instructor taught him to read putts with his feet! It was Mike Dynda. @iacas, do you know him? He is an AimPoint instructor!

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1 minute ago, boogielicious said:

I’m enjoying it so far. One interesting part is when he went to see an old friend and teacher in Philadelphia to tune up his game. The instructor taught him to read putts with his feet! It was Mike Dynda. @iacas, do you know him? He is an AimPoint instructor!

Pretty well actually, yes. He and Dave bonded over being bald. :-)

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