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True Links Golf w Wild Sheep // Scotland Ep. 13

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Erik Anders Lang and the boys hit the northernmost part of their Scotland trip at Brora Golf Club, a beautiful James Braid links course that is known for the sheep that roam the fairways and electrical fences that keep them off the greens.

In this episode, Galloway takes Ace Cam to new levels, Stu tries to play in his kilt, and Colt teaches us how to hit a lamb shank.

BRORA GOLF CLUB ///
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GUESTS OF THE SHOW //
MATTHEW GALLOWAY |

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COLT KNEDLER | Videographer //
STUART KERR | Photographer //
CHRISTIAN HAFER | Photographer //
THOMAS REITEN | Editor //

TRACKLIST ///
Bayou (ft. Ozferti) by Diezmo (Dia_Tribes)
Rise by Hans Johnson (Hans Johnson)
Tribal War Victory by Kyle Preston (War Drums)

Thanks again to Visit Scotland Golf who orchestrated a dream itinerary for us that spanned hundreds of miles around the country and all the golf as we could have asked for. The biggest thanks to Jamie Darling and Allan Minto who were the first to welcome us on this journey.

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5 thoughts on “True Links Golf w Wild Sheep // Scotland Ep. 13

  1. Matthew Galloway’s reaction to the fence is amazing ! Its not strong, walking home from primary school we used to push each other into them and touch them ! Its great fun when your 8. Stu chooses to wear a kilt when the sheep are about, dubious to say the least. Galloway loves to scare the hole on the par 3s. He needs to sack Wie and get himself a bag carrier instead. Erik lock it I don’t trust this place ! Genius. Brilliant film, this series just keeps getting better and it started off at amazing

  2. You should go to the Isle of Bute and play there golf course it’s so challenging and the scenery is 😍😍😍

  3. Class! Really looking forward to Gleneagles! I went there to watch the Ryder Cup, have one of those £5 notes, and was on 15 (I think) when Poulter chipped in playing with McIlroy. SIIIIIIIICK!

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