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Game On!: Arranging A Round
As in any situation it is important to book well in advance to avoid disappointment.

This is particularly true of courses such as St Andrews Old or Muirfield where written applications to play should be lodged at least 18 months in advance - so get writing!

While this only applies to the more popular and historic courses, most other courses will find space for casual golfers on most days although again, and it can't be stressed enough, always check tee time availability as far in advance as possible.

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