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How to Master a Great Golf Swing. How could there possibly be another course designed by him so far off the beaten track? The story goes that Old Tom was lured to South Uist in by the sheer abundance of land available on which to design the perfect links. After surveying the west coast, he decided that Askernish farm would be the location for his project.
In its early years the course was used to bring visitors to the island, and was successfully maintained until at which point it was claimed by local crofters for their day-to-day pursuits. Since then, the Askernish Golf Club has had a tumultuous history and has undergone many layout changes. It briefly shared its land with an airport, and when a rocket range moved to the island in the s the course was again awash with players, with army personnel and construction workers making use of it.
A group of dedicated local volunteers bandied together to raise the necessary funds, and the rejuvenated course was opened in From the clubhouse, the course snakes its way out to the west coast. The rough is thick, the greens are more than a little undulating and tricky pin positions mean the course never lets up. Some solid form early culminates in a surprise birdie on the par-4 4th hole. But things change by the 6th as we stand on the tee, high on the hill, only the white sandy beaches and Atlantic Ocean separating us from the North American mainland.
A narrow fairway awaits, surrounded by thick rough littered with rabbit holes, not to mention the howling winds and endless ocean. Three sliced drives later and I am content to sit this hole out. Losing three balls never felt so good; the usual disdain for the game that settles over the weekend hacker in such circumstances has gone. After all, I am at Askernish, on the course with my wife and two good friends.
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