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In the News (Tue 21 May 19)

  
 Carnoustie
Carnoustie’s clubhouse displays a great number of the trophies and medals won around the world by members of the Carnoustie Golf Club.
Carnoustie’s Championship Links makes the most of its natural conditions: menacing meandering burns and pot bunkers, fierce wind and rain, slippery slopes on fairways and greens, and diabolical rough.
Three of golf& great early luminaries had a hand in Carnoustie’s design, including golf& first professional, Allan Robertson; one of the game’s first great champions, Old Tom Morris; and one of Scotland& most prolific course builders, James Braid.
www.homeatfirst.com /carnoust.htm   (1095 words)

  
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Carnoustie itself was revived by the Open Championship in 1999 and of the areas we are featuring, the Carnoustie area offers the best value for money combined with quality golf.
The game of golf has been played at Carnoustie since before Columbus discovered America, making it one of the oldest courses in the world.
The links have been played over the years by all the golfing greats and have acquired a deserved reputation as a demanding test of golfing ability.
www.3dgolf.com /darea.asp?lcid=3&a=28   (136 words)

  
 Carnoustie Golf Links , Angus - Society golf days, Green fees and 2 for 1 offers at Carnoustie Golf Links
For further details please: fill in and send our enquiry form; contact the team on 0845 678 2400; add Carnoustie Golf Links to your enquiry list and continue browsing the site.
Carnoustie, Scotland (1 hour's drive N E of Edinburgh).
This site will look much better in a browser that supports web standards, but its content is accessible to any browser or Internet device.
www.golfbreaks.com /society/scotland/golflinkscarnoustie   (279 words)

  
 UK-GolfGuide.com : Golfers Accommodation in and around Carnoustie, Angus in Scotland
Being a 'golf centric' site, UK-GolfGuide has found hotels within a 30 mile radius of Carnoustie Golf Links in Carnoustie which is probably the nearest golf club to Carnoustie in Angus.
UK-GolfGuide.com : Golfers Accommodation in and around Carnoustie, Angus in Scotland
UK-GolfGuide has identified special golf and/or accommodation offers in the area surrounding Carnoustie.
www.uk-golfguide.com /hotels/angus~carnoustie.html   (595 words)

  
 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship141000
The event, intended to be a celebration of Links golf, will be played over three of the world’s most spectacular golf courses; the Old Course, St Andrews, the Carnoustie Links and the highly regarded Kingsbarns Golf Links.
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The inaugural Alfred Dunhill Links Championship will be played from 18 to 21 October 2001 over each of the three different courses with the final round being played on the Old Course on Sunday, 21 October.
www.golfsiden.com /DunhillLinksChampionship141000.html   (595 words)

  
 Pilgrim Home Page
The 72-hole stroke play golf tournament, conceived as a celebration of links golf, will be played over three of the world’s best known and respected links courses: the Old Course at St Andrews; the Championship Course at Carnoustie; and the highly regarded Kingsbarns Golf Links.
The auction is available through the generosity of the dunhill links championship committee and is open from 26 July 2004 - 24 September 2004 in aid of The St Andrews Pilgrim Foundation.
The package includes one amateur spot in the 2004 dunhill links championship, five nights accommodation for two at an Official Tournament Hotel (breakfast included) and invitations to the championship's exclusive social events as honoured guests.
www.pilgrimfoundation.org /WebPages/home.htm   (595 words)

  
 LEE WESTWOOD, DUNHILL LINKS CHAMPIONSHIP, Golf, Interviews, ASAPSports FastScripts, Quotes, Transcript
To win round the home of golf and Carnoustie which is probably my favourite links course and Kingsbarns which is one of the best new courses in the country and probably the world, it meant a lot.
LEE WESTWOOD: Yes, it is both links golf and here last year was the last time before then that I had played links golf and I was playing well coming in to it, I had played well at the European Open the week before and that was played in strong winds.
So the more links golf we can play, the better the performances in the Open will be.
www.asapsports.com /golf2/2004dunhilllinks/100604LW.html   (595 words)

  
 Dunhill Links Championship St Andrews Open
The links golf competition is a 72-hole stroke play pro-am tournament played over three of the world's most spectacular links courses: the Old Course in St Andrews, the Championship Course in Carnoustie and Kingsbarns Golf Links.
The tournament is the successor to the Alfred Dunhill Cup which was played over the Old Course in St Andrews for sixteen years prior to the Dunhill Links Championship.
The first championship was won by Paul Lawrie in 2001, who two years previously famously won the Open Championship at Carnoustie.
www.standrewsgolfer.co.uk /dunhill-links-championship/index.html   (595 words)

  
 Carnoustie championship course, home to the 2007 Open Championship, for golf vacations in Scotland
Carnoustie is one of the three courses used for the Dunhill Links championship, alongside Kingsbarns Links and the Old Course, St Andrews.
Visit our bookings section to enquire about a golf vacation in Perthshire with Moss Golf Tours, including playing the Carnoustie Championship course, or to book the Country to Coast Golf Tour.
With two sister courses, the Burnside and the Buddon, Carnoustie Links also offers excellent value combination tickets and it not even necessary to play both courses on the same day.
www.mossgolftours.com /Courses/CarnoustieChampionship.aspx   (372 words)

  
 Champions at Carnoustie
ANGUS, Scotland (AP) - Of all the courses in the current British Open rotation, Carnoustie Golf Links has been host of the fewest championships.
In the first Open at Carnoustie, Jose Jurado was poised to become the first player from Argentina - the southernmost stronghold of world golf- to win an Open played on the most northerly site in history.
Through the years, from Tommy Armour in 1931 to Tom Watson in 1975, Carnoustie has proven to be the most demanding course in championship golf.
www.usatoday.com /sports/golf/sgp/99brit/carnchmp.htm   (869 words)

  
 Dunhill Links Competition intro
The 72-hole stroke play pro-am tournament, conceived as a celebration of links golf, will be played from 7th - 10th October over three of the world's best known and respected links courses - the Old Course at St Andrews, the Championship Course at Carnoustie and the highly regarded Kingsbarns Golf Links.
See some of the biggest names in golf play at the finale of the Dunhill Links Championship on Sunday 10th October.
Employees of VisitScotland/visitscotland.com, IMG and the Dunhill Links Championship, their agencies and immediate families are not eligible to enter.
www.ayrshire-arranexchange.net /library/dunhillcompintro   (869 words)

  
 Ernie Els - Press Releases
The dunhill links championship was conceived as a celebration of links golf and is played over three of the world’s best known and respected links courses: the Old Course at St Andrews, the Championship Course at Carnoustie, and the highly regarded Kingsbarns Golf Links.
Els took over as Number Two in the world last weekend after winning a World Golf Championships individual title for the first time when he captured the American Express Championship at Mount Juliet Conrad in Ireland.
Some of the most exciting young golfers in the world will be in the field including Australia’s Adam Scott, currently 12th in the Official World Rankings, who won The Players Championship at Sawgrass in May and the Booz Allen Classic in June.
www.ernieels.com /press_release_details.asp?id=924   (869 words)

  
 Stephen Gallacher Wins the Dunhill Links Championship and Reaches World Number 68
Stephen Gallacher of Scotland clinched his first European Tour title with a play-off victory in the dunhill links championship - the celebration of links golf - played over the Old Course at St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns.
Golfernews is a golf website providing newsfeeds about golf, players, tournaments and championships.
Gallacher beat Graeme McDowell at the first extra hole at St. Andrews with a birdie three.
www.golfernews.net /v2271.html   (869 words)

  
 Scotsman.com Sport - Scotsman guide to golf - Twin set and pearls
But, paradoxically, the famous Carnoustie links, widely regarded as one of the greatest of all championship golf courses, owes its reputation - in the beginning at least - not to a native of the town but to a St Andrean.
These sons of Carnoustie were golfing missionaries spreading the gospel in a land desperate to embrace the faith.
Like all the great and historic links courses of Britain, the challenge of Carnoustie is governed by the weather.
sport.scotsman.com /topics.cfm?tid=402&id=435442003   (2210 words)

  
 Carnoustie Championship Golf Club - Carnoustie , Angus, Scotland
Carnoustie Championship Links is also one of the three venues for the annual Dunhill Links Championship (the other two being the St Andrews Old Course and Kingsbarns).
The layout is such that no two consecutive holes face the same direction, a factor that does nothing for the golfer in finding their rhythm in the face of often-stiff winds.
Whilst there may be little dramatic background scenery, the beauty of Carnoustie is to be found in the course itself.
golftravelscotland.com /courses/Carnoustie_Championship.htm   (639 words)

  
 Nothing goofy about the pro from Disneyland
 But all that could change by close of light Sunday if the 33-year-old former Masters champion (that's the Roma Masters, not THE Masters) can play one more round nearly as courageously as the last two he's already thrown at the devilishly difficult Carnoustie Golf Links.
 After all, this is supposed to be the toughest venue of the toughest championship in golf, and all five of the previous Open champions Carnoustie has produced rank among the game's greatest: Tommy Armour (1931); Henry Cotton (1937); Ben Hogan (1953); Gary Player (1968); and Tom Watson (1975).
 Most people don't know there are topflight golfers in France, let alone a topflight course attached to Disneyland outside Paris.
www.canoe.ca /SlamGolfBritishOpen99/jul17_new.html   (639 words)

  
 IAGTO Member
All of the apratments have south-facing balconies with views over the Carnoustie Links and each unit has custom designed storage space for golf equipment.
The Carnoustie Golf Course Hotel is scheduled to open in the early Spring of 1999 and will provide superb "four star" accommodation.
Adjoining the Hotel is The Carnoustie Resort, a "five star" timeshare development.
www.iagto.com /MemberDetails.asp?WebSiteId=359   (278 words)

  
 index
Carnoustie Ladies' Golf Club will not be held liable for any loss, directly or indirectly caused by this website or its contents and use of the website and its content is solely at the risk of the user.
Many members of the Carnoustie Ladies Golf Club acted as scorers, marshalls and observers.
Links Parade, Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland DD7 7JF Tel: 01241 855252 Email louigraham@aol.com
www.carnoustieladiesgolfclub.20m.com   (418 words)

  
 Carnoustie Caledonia Golf Club, Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland
Local directions: Driving along the A92 from Dundee or Arbroath, once you are heading into Carnoustie follow the signs for the beach and golf links.
Bus: There is a regular bus service from Carnoustie to Dundee and Arbroath.
It's best to head down toward the links before reaching the town centre section of the high street, since it can be very congested.
www.golftoday.co.uk /clubhouse/coursedir/scotland/Angus/carnoustiecaledo.html   (108 words)

  
 CNNSI.com - GOLFONLINE - 1 News & Tours - Romero sets pace at Dunhill Links with 7-under 65 - Thursday October 03, 2002 01:19 PM
A total of 168 teams, featuring one professional and one amateur, will play one round over the Old Course at St Andrews, the championship course at Carnoustie and Kingsbarn Golf Links in this week's event.
Posted: Thursday October 03, 2002 1:19 PM Romero fires a 65 to set Links Championship pace ST ANDREWS, Scotland (Reuters) -- Argentina's Eduardo Romero made the most of calm early conditions at Carnoustie on Thursday, firing a 7-under-par 65 for a one-shot lead in the Dunhill Links Championship's opening round.
After three rounds, the field will be cut to the leading 60 professionals and ties and the 20 leading teams, who will play the last 18 holes at St Andrews on Sunday.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /golfonline/news/2002/10/03/dunhill   (108 words)

  
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   Carnoustie Golf Links  / Carnoustie   *****                 www.carnoustiegolflinks.co.uk/
  Brora Golf Club  / Brora                                                             www.broragolf.co.uk/
  Peterhead Golf Club / Peterhead           www.peterhead.org.uk/leisure/peterhead_golf.htm  
www.dalriadas.com /scotlandslinkscourses.html   (108 words)

  
 Hastings International
The New Club is situated right on the edge of the Old Course and whilst it is anticipated that most of our guests will wish to watch the golf in St Andrews, transfers to Carnoustie and Kingsbarns can be arranged if required.
The dunhill links championship has become one of the best known tournaments on the European Tour, successfully attracting many of the best players in the world including: Ernie Els, Colin Montgomerie, Vijay Singh, Darren Clark, Lee Westwood and Retief Goosen.
The view from the restaurant towards the West Sands and the golf courses is without equal.
www.hastings.uk.com /readSponsorship.aspx?Sponsorshipid=2   (108 words)

  
 Visit Carnoustie
Carnoustie's golf courses lie at the town end of the large triangle of Barry Links, which sticks out into the north side of the mouth of the Firth of Tay.
Carnoustie’s name is said to mean “the Cairn of Heroes” and refers to a semi-mythical battle fought there in 1010 between Malcolm 11 and the Danes.
This was the first for some time to be held in Carnoustie, and the first for a long time to be won by Paul Lawrie, a Scotsman and local son.
www.angusahead.com /Web/Site/VisitAngus/ExploringAngus/VisitCarnoustie.asp?menuID=6&MenuItemID=393&MenuType=PAGE   (390 words)

  
 Carnoustie Golf Links
These reflections of such noble golfing locations make Burnside a truly worthy cohabitant of the Carnoustie Links.
Known as one of the toughest challenges in professional golf, this is however only one of three eighteen hole courses situated on the links of this small seaside town on the east coast of Scotland.
Course is situated at Carnoustie, north east from Dundee.
www.golfingguides.net /Products/UK/Details.asp?ID=251&POSTCODEREF=DD7   (313 words)

  
 Park House, Carnoustie, Angus
Located close to the town centre, Park House is within easy walking distance of the Championship and other golf courses at Carnoustie Links, and is just a short drive away from St Andrews.
Driving along the A92 from Dundee or Arbroath, once you are heading into Carnoustie follow the signs for the Caravan Park.
Park House is located close to the centre of Carnoustie, down a quiet cul-de-sac.
www.smoothhound.co.uk /hotels/park-house.html   (442 words)

  
 Local Community Planning - Carnoustie and area
Increase number of visitors using Carnoustie Golf Links
Angus Council has also been charged with producing a paper for community groups in the area on how best to access funding to take projects forward in the Carnoustie area, and this will appear shortly on these pages.
The Focus on Carnoustie and area seminar was held on 28 April 2004 and approximately 60 delegates heard
www.angus.org.uk /carnoustie   (832 words)

  
 Golf: Carnoustie Scottish Open qualifying course: Monifieth Links
Monifieth Golf Links- the best of golf in Scotland
When it was announced that Carnoustie was to host the 1999 Open Championship, there was an air of excitement in the local area, since the Open had not been to Carnoustie since 1975.
welcome - history - medal golf course - ashludie golf course
www.monifiethgolf.co.uk /htm/history.htm   (832 words)

  
 Scotsman.com Sport - Dunhill Links
ADAM Hunter, who coached Paul Lawrie when the Aberdonian won the Open at Carnoustie, believes another of his pupils, Stephen Gallacher, is capable of building on his success in winning the Dunhill Links on Sunday and contending in future years for major...
GRAEME McDOWELL found himself under attack at the top of the leaderboard on the second morning of the Dunhill Links Championship.
A TALE of two Lawries yesterday dominated the second chapter of the £3.5 million Dunhill Links...
sport.scotsman.com /topics.cfm?tid=579   (832 words)

  
 Sponsorships - the Dunhill Links Championship - Concept Group Ltd
Conceived as a celebration of links golf, the new championship is a 72-hole pro-am played over three courses: the Old Course, St Andrews; the Championship Course, Carnoustie; and Kingsbarns (around seven miles from St Andrews).
In 2001 the Dunhill Links Championship replaced the Alfred Dunhill Cup which was played every autumn at St Andrews from 1985 until 2000.
Concept Group is the official business machines supplier to the Dunhill Links Championship.
www.concept-group.co.uk /about/sponsorships/dunhill.htm   (832 words)

  
 Lawrie's victory was key in many ways - PGATOUR.COM
The laws of chance simply do not give a man, no matter how worthy he is, victory in a major championship, as was his at Carnoustie, and allow him to follow it by collecting the biggest prize of his life at the home of golf no more than 15 miles to the south.
The Dunhill Links Championship was not, taken as a whole, a roaring success, and that's being kind.
He was able to do that within hours of sinking that improbable putt to edge past Els and, as he motored the 50-odd miles back to Marian and the kids, he was able to reflect on the achievement of a unique double.
www.pgatour.com /u/ce/multi/0,1977,4438907,00.html   (832 words)

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