|The road to Dunrobin Castle
of light and dark. At the end I parked beside a car with a glass of red wine sitting on top. A young woman climbed out and approached me. She was looking for a light and she was French. I popped in the car’s cigarette lighter and we chatted about the castle being closed. She introduced herself as Marie.
Who Wants to Work in Venice?
|Somebody please play Talking Heads' 'Road to Nowhere'
|The par three 6th at Golspie, the sea directly at your back.
Golspie Golf Club
|The 7th tee shows how far in the tides are coming
|The 3rd hole... where I got on with it.
|The enchanting par three 11th.
|This is a view back to the tee on the 5th... so bunkers behind and a
vicious ridge to come over on the approach.
Golspie Golf Club is one of the big three on this stretch of North Coast 500 coastline (I play Brora tomorrow) and it really is a must-play Scottish Highlands golf course. It is such an enjoyable round of golf. And it's cheap-as-chips to join.