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We have a few forums for how did you play and pics from course but figured it would be fun to start one to see where everyone is playing. I know a lot of us have our own home tracks. But we also like to brag when we travel and get to play courses outside of home. Let's share those adventures!

 

Not playing today... but yesterday I played 18 at Maplewood GC in Renton, WA. The front nine was fun but the back was boring, it all zigzagged. You could tell they squeezed those holes into as little space as possible.

 

 

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Playing at Chambers Bay in a couple of hours! Should be a great time. Last time I played there, it was the most amazing sunset as I played the last five holes.

 

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Super jealous! That's on my list within the next year. Feel like I need to get some more control on my shots before I play.

 

 

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We have a few forums for how did you play and pics from course but figured it would be fun to start one to see where everyone is playing. I know a lot of us have our own home tracks. But we also like to brag when we travel and get to play courses outside of home. Let's share those adventures!

 

Not playing today... but yesterday I played 18 at Maplewood GC in Renton, WA. The front nine was fun but the back was boring, it all zigzagged. You could tell they squeezed those holes into as little space as possible.

 

 

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Never played Maplewood, but I did like Druids Glen.  

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Super jealous! That's on my list within the next year. Feel like I need to get some more control on my shots before I play.

 

 

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Don't worry, you can miss all over the place and still hit the fairway. A couple are 100 yards wide!

 

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Torrey Pines South Course.

I go to the North course more frequently, and the South course is definitely longer and more difficult. Anyway, this is a big benefit of living in San Diego.

 

 

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Playing a nice course this morning called Hideaway Hills. Very sloped course going up and down a mountain will post pictures later. Best part is their island green.

 

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Played yesterday at the Aviara golf club at Carlsbad, CA.
Beautiful, well kept course, but super difficult and really really fast green.



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I have our Fall Two day Blitz starting tomorrow....two days of Stableford points competition. I handle the pairings, registration, results and payout. Only have 34 players this time. We play ever6 Saturday for a 6 mont( period then, if you have played I. 10 of the 24 weeks, you qualify to participate. Generally the payout is between $4k and $5k. Each player contributes $4/wk and must make up the missed rounds. That way they all contribute about $100.

It’s a lot of work, but also a lot of fun. Weather will be Sunny.


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I have our Fall Two day Blitz starting tomorrow....two days of Stableford points competition. I handle the pairings, registration, results and payout. Only have 34 players this time. We play ever6 Saturday for a 6 mont( period then, if you have played I. 10 of the 24 weeks, you qualify to participate. Generally the payout is between $4k and $5k. Each player contributes $4/wk and must make up the missed rounds. That way they all contribute about $100.

It’s a lot of work, but also a lot of fun. Weather will be Sunny.


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And going to be a lot cooler Saturday morning in Florida


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I am headed to Spokane WA for the weekend where my wife and I will be playing two rounds at the old Spokane CC, now the Kalispell G&CC.  It's her home course when she was on her high school golf team back in the early 1970's.  Her dad was club champion back in the early 1960's.  It's not overly long, but it's a great course.  The first time I played it I shot 81 with 5  three-putts; the greens were faster than anything I had played on, including a couple of TPC courses.  I'm pretty confident about putting right now; I just hope I can hit fairways.

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Going out to Warm Springs over in Boise later on around noon to play with my scramble group. Not quite a "destination" spot, but it's a good little track that's mostly flat with decent greens. I imagine the leaves and goose droppings will be very prevalent today as it runs along the Boise river and is loaded with trees and those birds just kind of hang out down there. Supposed to be windy this afternoon too, so we may have quite a challenge on our hands.

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9 minutes ago, PING Apologist #9 said:

Going out to Warm Springs over in Boise later on around noon to play with my scramble group. Not quite a "destination" spot, but it's a good little track that's mostly flat with decent greens. I imagine the leaves and goose droppings will be very prevalent today as it runs along the Boise river and is loaded with trees and those birds just kind of hang out down there. Supposed to be windy this afternoon too, so we may have quite a challenge on our hands.

That sounds like you need to get some goose hunters there to keep it clean lol

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On 10/13/2018 at 6:20 AM, tommc23 said:

That sounds like you need to get some goose hunters there to keep it clean lol

I wish we could do that!!  Our course is similar; near the Columbia River, and the course has been sanctioned by the International Audubon Society, so no hunting!  We have Canadian geese here all year long, but during breeding season therefore a lot of "illegals" coming from Canada.  Lots of goose poop!!

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I wish we could do that!!  Our course is similar; near the Columbia River, and the course has been sanctioned by the International Audubon Society, so no hunting!  We have Canadian geese here all year long, but during breeding season therefore a lot of "illegals" coming from Canada.  Lots of goose poop!!

Trust me. we have it bad up here with these damn birds as well

piece of advice. in the springtime if you hit your ball near a flock... consider it lost. I've seem a female bring down a man.

 

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17 hours ago, Har in the Hat said:

Trust me. we have it bad up here with these damn birds as well

piece of advice. in the springtime if you hit your ball near a flock... consider it lost. I've seem a female bring down a man.

 

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There was quite a gaggle of them about 100-yards off the lady's tees at #7. We all drove over them (with our tee shots, not our cars...😛) but our lady golfer whacked a worm-burner right into the butt of a fair-sized one. Feathers flew, but it just shook it off like nothing happened...:blink:

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3 hours ago, PING Apologist #9 said:

There was quite a gaggle of them about 100-yards off the lady's tees at #7. We all drove over them (with our tee shots, not our cars...😛) but our lady golfer whacked a worm-burner right into the butt of a fair-sized one. Feathers flew, but it just shook it off like nothing happened...:blink:

You need some range rocks they'll feel that

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Tomorrow, just across the street from TPC Tampa Bay, the course is called Heritage Harbor.


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I wish we could do that!!  Our course is similar; near the Columbia River, and the course has been sanctioned by the International Audubon Society, so no hunting!  We have Canadian geese here all year long, but during breeding season therefore a lot of "illegals" coming from Canada.  Lots of goose poop!!

Greenskeeper have a dog? A good dog keeps the geese “moving” to other places.


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