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View Poll Results: How many courses are part of your normal rotation?
5 or less 167 68.72%
6 - 8 50 20.58%
9 - 11 13 5.35%
12 - 14 7 2.88%
15 - 17 1 0.41%
18 - 20 0 0%
20 or more 5 2.06%
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Old 05-08-2015, 01:36 PM
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How many courses are in your "normal" rotation?

Obviously this depends on factors like course density where you live, work, or regularly travel to, how far you're willing drive to play a casual round, personal preferences/disdain for certain courses in your area, etc., but bottom line…

How many course do you play frequently?

Don't include courses you could play frequently but choose not to hit that often, or courses you only play occasionally... I mean courses you will definitely hit at least a dozen times over the course of a year.
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Old 05-08-2015, 01:42 PM
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I'd say 4 or 5 courses that I hit at least 12 times a year and 2 of those I play 50 - 100 rounds in a year. Otherwise about 20 that I'll get to 4 or 5+ times a year. In a given year though I also play at least 50+ once or more.
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Old 05-08-2015, 01:43 PM
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Yikes!
An interesting question, so I looked at my data for courses I've played about 30 rounds or more (some MANY more!) times since I took up the sport late in 2011. I think I'm blessed with high course density between home and work, and have played weekly leagues & club monthlies, etc, etc. There are 10 full size courses and 3 nine holers that make the cut!
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I make it out to the following pretty regularly:
Firefighters Park
Kensington Black Locust
Cass Benton Hills DGC
Bonnie Brook DGC
Wagner Park
Starr-Jaycee Park
Independence Lake - Red Hawk
Hudson Mills Metropark - Monster
Hudson Mills Metropark - Original
Rolling Hills County Park
The Ponds at Lakeshore
Willow Metropark
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Old 05-08-2015, 01:51 PM
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Lions Park I
Bryant Lake Park
Central Park
Hansen Park
Lakewood Hills
Blue Ribbon Pines DGC
The Valley DGC
Elm Creek Park Reserve
Bethel University DGC
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Old 05-08-2015, 01:54 PM
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Bradford
Bracketts Bluff
Renaissance
RL Smith
Nevin
Robbins
Fox Chase
My Farm
and until recently- Hornet's Nest

many more options around here- but those are my usuals.
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Old 05-08-2015, 01:55 PM
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There aren't enough decent (not 9-hole pitch&putt) courses less than an hour's drive from me to answer anything other than "5 or less". I'm not lost in a vast, un-served wasteland, like the guy who's a whopping 30 miles of country road from glorious Highbridge, and nothing else around but his own personal private course (kidding of course!), but I'm not quite close to anywhere. So I generally play the closest course to my house, and the course that is about a 5 min. drive from the office where I work, which gives me the chance to play during my lunch break. I count myself quite lucky there. Otherwise, there are several courses within an hour's drive, but none enough better than these two to make it worth the extra drive on a regular basis.
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Old 05-08-2015, 02:13 PM
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Main rotation:

Seneca Creek
Ditto Farms
Patapsco Valley

Occasionals:

Rockburn Branch
Druid Hill
Darnestown
Turkey Hill
Codorus
Gifford Pinchot SP
Whispering Falls
Heritage Farm
Middletown
Woodsboro
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Old 05-08-2015, 02:31 PM
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Abendschein - 12+
Root River Parkway - 12+
Valley View - 12+
Estabrook - ~8
Dretzka - ~8
Brown Deer - ~3
UW Parkside - ~3
Milwaukee County Sports Complex - ~3
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Old 05-08-2015, 02:55 PM
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I don't have much of a rotation yet considering I just moved in January. But in about a month we'll be closing on our house and I'll settle into more of a routine.

The new house is maybe 10 minutes down the road from a course (Franklin Park), so that will be my main course. In fact, it's the only one that's really reachable on a week day. On weekends, I can get out to a few other good courses, but I think Seneca Creek will be the only one that I go to with any regularity.

I'm definitely in the 5 and below crowd.
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