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View Poll Results: What is the best course in TEXAS?
Austin Ridge 3 5.45%
Circle C 5 9.09%
Harry Meyers 3 5.45%
Lake Nacogdoches 2 3.64%
Lester Lorch Beaver 1 1.82%
Lester Lorch Coyote 4 7.27%
Lindsey Gold Dogwood 1 1.82%
Roy Guerrero 2 3.64%
Selah Creekside 3 5.45%
Selah Lakeside 18 32.73%
Shawshank 5 9.09%
Texas Army Trail 1 1.82%
Towne Lake 1 1.82%
Turner Park 4 7.27%
Veterans 2 3.64%
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:07 PM
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Selah Lakeside is the best course I've played.

That said, I really enjoy playing William Cameron in Waco. It's not a "great" course, but it's always been fun when I was there... and lunch or dinner at George's, and a few beverages at the Big O, makes the trip an event.
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:01 PM
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#1- Selah Lakeside
#2- Selah Creekside
#3- Roy G
#4-Mt Lebanon Baptist Camp
#5-Veterans Park
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:20 PM
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4. Lake Nacogdoches
5. Austin Ridge
I betcha those may flip-flop when you play Ridge again (now that it has teepads).
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:23 PM
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I might be moving to Austin in 2 years. I am psyched to possibly move to such a dg area.
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:27 PM
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^^ Austin is definitely a DG Mecca in TX.

Lots of (solid) courses, lots of clubs, lots of minis, and plenty of tourneys year round.

With Roy G and Circle C we should have 2 of the top-rated 10 or 20 courses in the State.

Manor/Wilco/Ridge aren't far behind, if not more fun for your style.

Having DiscNation down on Slaughter Ln is cool, too. The PIAS on Anderson Ln is the #2 seller of DG stuff in the nation behind I think he said the Richardson store? Some newer one around Dallas just overtook them.

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Old 01-08-2013, 06:36 PM
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I've mainly only played stuff in the DFW area. Every time I'm in Austin I never have time for DG. Only things I've played outside the area is Lindsey Park in Tyler (Pretty Awesome) and Jack Brooks Cedar Hills (Didn't much like it, didn't live up to the hype). From what I've played

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Old 01-08-2013, 06:51 PM
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I haven't played any courses in Austin (only played Rivery I think it was in RR or G-Town) so I need to go check some of those out. Same with Dallas, I never brought my discs any time I went there to visit. I have only really played San Antonio, North Houston, and Nacogdoches
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:57 PM
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The Baptist church in Desoto is heavily overated, but then again I have both Lorch park courses in Cedar Hill (Cayote and Beaver), and Veteran's all near my along with Turner park just a stone throws away. The one time my guys wants to hit Zboas I wind up alone on a course with no course map nor able to join in a round with someone that knows the area other then a large group of drunks arriving and acting like idiots. I know Crowley is suppose to be fun, but I've always been the type not to play a course alone when I should be able to at least join someone for a round when I'm new to the course.
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