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 What golf course would you like to play? 
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Post What golf course would you like to play?
Do you have a golf course that you just dream about playing? I see the beautiful courses they play on the PGA and LPGA and I would love to play any of those.

Pebble Beach is one course I would love to play on one day. It's #6 overall (#1 Public) on this list of top US golf courses and the 5th picture down is a beautiful hole.

http://www.golfdigest.com/rankings/cour ... olfcourses

What is your dream course to play?


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Wed Feb 28, 2007 1:05 pm
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Nice topic CrazyKidz!

Pebble Beach would definately be fun. That hole that is picture is really nice. Is it really a public course too? That's awesome!

Augusta National in the Masters would be fun. Not gonna happen the way I play. :lol:


Wed Feb 28, 2007 8:57 pm
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I'll take pebble beach too. Any course on that list is fine by me. Can't go wrong with any of them. What would you consider Manitoba's best course? Pine Ridge ? Hecla ?


Fri Mar 02, 2007 12:54 pm
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Slicer wrote:
I'll take pebble beach too. Any course on that list is fine by me. Can't go wrong with any of them. What would you consider Manitoba's best course? Pine Ridge ? Hecla ?

hmmmm good question. Maybe you should start that as a topic and see what everyone has to say about it.


Wed Mar 07, 2007 7:24 pm
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Those are some really nice golf courses but I don't think I'll venture farther than the Manitoba golf courses at this time in my golf career. Of course if you are ever giving away trips to those courses count me in!


Fri Mar 09, 2007 8:16 pm
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I was just checking out the Pebble Beach website

http://www.pebblebeach.com/

It is a really nice course!

The website even has some live cams on certain holes

http://pebblebeach.com/page.asp?id=1194

Check out the rates:

Resort Guests $475 incl. cart
Non-Resort Guests $475 + cart


Thu Mar 22, 2007 6:09 pm
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I've played Pebble and Spyglass but much like Torrey Pines better.

I'd like to one day play Greywolf

check out the breathtaking photo gallery on their website......

http://www.greywolfgolf.com/


Thu Jun 21, 2007 5:24 pm
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Wow, Greywolf is just beautiful. I'm just checking out the gallery and the views are stunning.


Fri Jun 22, 2007 5:22 pm
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Yeah Greywolf would be nice to play. Stunning view!

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Tue Jun 26, 2007 9:39 pm
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i would like to play in the masters. that pebble beach golf course is nice. golf courses around the rockie mountains would be fun. i would also like to play some of the golf courses in the las vegas area and then go cruising the vegas strip checkin out the casinos and stuff.


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I'd go for pebble beach also, just for the fact that it's so stunningly beautiful. That really is an experience of a lifetime.


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I've played Greywolf myself...the pictures don't do it justice. The course itself is tough (coming from MB it's hard adjusting to the thinner air) but fair and the views are just ridiculous. Their 'signature hole' #6 is intimidation city. At the time I played it I was about a 12 handicapper and I shot 89 just to give you an idea...and it's affordable too compared to some places (see Pebble Beach). I think we bought the presale sorta passes and they were about $90+tax+cart. It's a must play!

Personally the one course I'd like to play is The Old Course at St Andrews.


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pebble beach for me, also wouldn't mind trying augusta


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I'm surprised no one mentioned the Old Course at St. Andrews. I'd love to go there.

I'd really like to check out some really exotic courses...like this one...
The Himalayan Golf Course in Pokhara, Nepal

http://www.himalayangolfcourse.com/?show=gallery


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Greywolf,,,amazing,but have never heard of it,just now checking the site,,,that's even more amazing and cool,,really very nice,I will try it some day :shock:


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swansong wrote:
I'm surprised no one mentioned the Old Course at St. Andrews. I'd love to go there.

I'd really like to check out some really exotic courses...like this one...
The Himalayan Golf Course in Pokhara, Nepal

http://www.himalayangolfcourse.com/?show=gallery


That looks like a beautiful golf course to play. There are so many beautiful golf courses around the world that I'd need a few lifetimes just to be able to play them all.

I just love the look of golf courses that have mountains in the back ground!

Hawaii also has some beautiful golf courses.

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Hi CrazyKidz,

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Augusta National.....'nuff said


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I'd like to one day play Greywolf


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I like the golf course in Disney World, near Orlando.
Five 18-holes international standard golf courses were established as well as comprehensive sports area, and in the downtown there is Disney shopping center—mix shopping, recreation and food outlets.

just dreaming about, but never played at there. :lol:

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I am very happy if playing golf with my business friend. We can talk anything from business, family, till woman. Hmm...nice. :) I hope we can meet in golf course to play some hit.


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