we will be playing next wee the 16th for a couple of weeks
give me your caddies name and dates and i will let him know you are coming
p.s is he any good
have not played upton before so i do not know the caddies there
just the ones at runaway bay
Hi Jenni. I will do that, I was just trying to give her a bit or warning as she doesn't caddy every day. Enjoy your holiday - and your golf. We went to CN last year and played golf - for the first time I insisted on a buggy as it is so hilly. Usually we prefer to walk to work off some calories!
That would be great - her name is Sophia White, the caddy master will know her and might pass the message on to her. Tell her Gaye and Rob are coming back again and hope to see her on Thursday Feb 25th. She has been our main caddy for several visits, there are some better and some worse. Don't go stealing her now!! The caddy master likes to allocate caddies for those who haven't played there before. Good luck with him, he can be quite brusque! Another popular caddy is Timothy though we have never used him, people we have played with have. Might see you there as we will coincide.
Well, I suppose that depends on the weather where you live, and how long you are going to Jamaica for. The weather here is gross - it has rained and rained, and snowed - our golf course is water logged and no trolleys are allowed. I am a fair weather golfer these days and have hardly played at all in the last 2 - 3 months, not normal at all. So, yes, it is worth us taking our clubs. Playing in tee shirt and shorts - great! The course itself is OK - nothing wonderful apart from the weather and the views. The fairways are a little short of grass and hard. The greens are evil - the caddies help with giving you 'the line' but they are very fast! Rounds can take 5 hours and you usually play as a 4 ball, so people tend to make up 4's whilst waiting to play. If I was only going for a week then I would probably not bother as would begrudge the time away from the hotel, soaking up the sun. We are there for 2 weeks, and my golf mad husband will want to play 6 times whilst we are there (at least!!!!) It does take up a large part of your day, leaving the hotel at 8 am and getting back at about 2.30 (CTI anyway). But we have played with some nice people and that's what golf is about really. The choice is yours!