This title relates to how Carnoustie sold itself at the turn of the 19th century. It is a seaside town of some repute due to its championship golf course. There are in fact 3 courses, all of varying difficulty. The famous Barry Burn is a major obstacle, as was seen in the 1999 Open. I am in fact not a golfer but I appreciate how attractive the area is. The fine, sandy beach is long and attractive. It is clean and has easy access. It can get a bit noisy, the Barry Buddon ranges are adjacent to the golf course. The town is small, attractive and meets the needs of most people. not to be missed are the amazing collection of Indian Curry take away and sit in restaurants. The standard is very high. Carnoustie is in the county of Angus.
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