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Old 04-11-2013, 12:10 AM
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1. Zobel- Green Lake, WI
2. Elver- Madison, WI
3. Hiestand- Madison, WI
4. O'Hauser- Menasha, WI
5. Plamann- Appleton, WI

HM- Katherine Legge Memorial- Hinsdale, IL


Granted this is out of the maybe 20 courses ive played but i feel they are all very solid. Especially Zobel, its an absolute hidden gem, I dont think any course will top that as my favorite.
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Old 04-11-2013, 01:41 AM
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I have only played 10 courses but id have to say my top 5 are

1 ) Kinkade- Anchorage AK
2 ) La Mirada Regional - CA
3 ) Peter's Creek- Chugiak AK
4 ) Westchester Lagoon- Anchorage Ak
5 ) El Dorado- LB CA
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Old 04-11-2013, 03:37 AM
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delaveaga - santa cruz CA
Coyote Point - Lake Casitas in Ojai CA
Waller Pines - Santa Maria CA
Evergreen Open Space - Goleta CA
Sylmar Veterans Park - Sylmar CA

haven't gotten out of cali yet
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Old 04-11-2013, 03:58 AM
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1. Stafford lake Novato, CA
2. Mazerick park Fayettville, NC
3. Birds of Paradise Miranda, CA
4. Whistlers Bend Roseburg, OR
5. Madisonville park Murray, KY

I had good memories and experiences at these.
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Old 04-11-2013, 04:31 AM
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ok here goes
1. Birds of Paradise near miranda, CA - Such huge shots, beautiful challenging holes in an incredible place with breathtaking views. #1 in my book, I'm looking forward to play many other destination courses.
2. De LaVeaga in santa cruz, - ca 2nd course I ever played, I rate all courses against this renowned course. Must play
3. Horning's Hideout - Meadow Ridge - awesome tough course at a one of a kind multi course property. Destination golf for sure
4. Zephyr Cove, NV - picturesque views and amazing terrain, great golf here.
5. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA - this is a great little course, technical but there are some big bombs too. Destination course, as all of these are
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Old 04-11-2013, 07:42 AM
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As a Blue level player, these are my most fun Blue level courses:
Steady Ed
The Valley
Warwick
Ewing
Blueberry Hill

For Championship (gold) play I like:
Tyler
Idlewild
Renny
Lemon Lake Gold
Highbridge Gold
(Squaw Creek may knock out one of these once it's completed this year)

For recreational fun I like:
Acorn
Warriors Path
Will Rogers
Tiki
Woodland Greens
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Old 04-11-2013, 08:20 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jeffmonty View Post
Dude, it's not him, it's you.

Reading comprehension is GOOD. He's played 23 courses,
Flip City is the best course HE'S played. That's his opinion.

You just sound a bit like a whiney little girl.
Dude? It's me? WTF?
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Old 04-11-2013, 08:22 AM
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I can see where NDABRUSH is coming from. Valet said "flip is the best, hands down," not my favorite out of the ones I have played. He is taking a swipe at a course he has never played.
Thanks. I was wondering if I was the only person that can read EVERY word that Valet typed.
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Old 04-11-2013, 09:11 AM
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My freshly updated Fave Five:

1. Noble DGC (Noble, OK)
2. The Lodge-Island course (Pawhuska, OK)
3. Duncan Lake West (Duncan, OK)
4. The Lodge-Moccasin Creek (Pawhuska, OK)
5a. Duncan Lake East (Duncan, OK)
5b. Ty Cunningham (Edmond, OK)

You can tell I STILL don't get out of Oklahoma to play much.

I've only played two courses out of state. Hopefully that will change this year.
But I think I still have a pretty good list.
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Old 04-11-2013, 10:02 AM
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Alright, this is kinda tough. Out of what I've played:

Rotary Park - Huntington, WV
Seth Burton Memorial - Fairmont, WV
Orange Crush - Fairmont, WV
Idlewild - Burlington, KY
Deer Lakes Park - PA

Now, these aren't particularly in order. They're all top quality courses with alot of terrain and variety in hole design. It should also be noted they all have good teepads (hint to any future course builders).
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