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Old 08-25-2013, 05:03 PM
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Hasn't this course been on this site for quite some time?
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Old 08-25-2013, 05:21 PM
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It was in jest that I suggested not telling anyone, since the course is listed.
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Old 08-26-2013, 07:01 AM
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There is a pretty nice private course in Clayton GA. It isn't listed here or anywhere else that I'm of...I only know about it because I sold the baskets and helped with the design and installation. I still haven't played the course...well I played two of the holes one afternoon.

Course is absolutely beautiful with flowering plants so no matter the tome of year something is in bloom. No tees just tee areas. I talked with the owner and told him I want to come out one day and play the course with him...he said I should wait till later September when a certain fall flower will be in bloom.

There's another private course in Walhalla I'm hoping to play one day...I can see a basket from the road and I know the guy that leaves there but he isn't particularly nice.
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Old 08-26-2013, 07:32 AM
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Originally Posted by filobedo View Post
Hopefully the Camp Director is aware that there will be more and more people playing it now that the word is out.
When speaking with the camp director he mentioned trying to plan two tournaments soon, so I don't think keeping the course a secret is his concern or plan. His only real concern was first for the children's safety and other guest that pay to stay at the camp, which is understandable... He actually said just call before you come play, I'm sure whether he continues to let the public play will depend on how the DG'ers conduct themselves.. obviously no drinking on the course, no litter... I could see vandalizing a sign on something being a reason to stop us.. But The camp director was a VERY nice man, seemed happy to share the course.
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