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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 01-03-2013, 08:00 PM
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1. Selah Lakeside
2. Selah Creekside
3. Circle C
4. Harry Myers
5. East Metro (Manor, TX)

Have yet to play Tyler, Nacogdoches, or Shawshank so I'm sure that list would change.
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:04 PM
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Many courses left off this list that I play a lot. I will list my Top 5 in no order.

1. Z-Boaz - Home Course, The one I started on. Need to Play this more since I'm 200 seconds away.
2. Weatherford - Love this course, very Cart friendly. Club is always making upgrades.
3. Beaver, Coyote, Crossroads - A Great threesome (Sorry couldn't resist). Every Disc in your bag and your trunk.
4. Turner Park - The City has grasped this park. A Lot of elevation and lenght. Always hit Lone Star Park right after playing here.
5. Lake Lewisville, LL Woods - Love playing these courses when Dynamic Discs come to town.

I lefted off many courses that I play locally. North Park, The Vet and Crowley. These courses are really good and fun to play. I recomend these to everyone.

Shawshank is also a must Play. I played the US Masters there and there are a couple of holes which are different but everyone had to play them. Steve has done a Great job with the property and with the Theme. I went back and Played a 2nd tournament since the USM. One of the different holes was taken out of play, thinking for speed of Play. Hope to play here as offen as I can.
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This is a great debate. A great state with many GREAT courses. But lakeside may be the best in the nation.


7. Texas Army Trail - IMO it doesn't belong. This course is frustratingly unfair. In time it will be great but now its fun for 1000+ rated players only
I have no interest in playing there....and I am rated over 1000.

Heard enough about the place to know that i would just trash it....and i want to be nice SO bad.
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:06 PM
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Many courses left off this list that I play a lot. I will list my Top 5 in no order.

1. Z-Boaz - Home Course, The one I started on. Need to Play this more since I'm 200 seconds away.
2. Weatherford - Love this course, very Cart friendly. Club is always making upgrades.
3. Beaver, Coyote, Crossroads - A Great threesome (Sorry couldn't resist). Every Disc in your bag and your trunk.
4. Turner Park - The City has grasped this park. A Lot of elevation and lenght. Always hit Lone Star Park right after playing here.
5. Lake Lewisville, LL Woods - Love playing these courses when Dynamic Discs come to town.

I lefted off many courses that I play locally. North Park, The Vet and Crowley. These courses are really good and fun to play. I recomend these to everyone.

Shawshank is also a must Play. I played the US Masters there and there are a couple of holes which are different but everyone had to play them. Steve has done a Great job with the property and with the Theme. I went back and Played a 2nd tournament since the USM. One of the different holes was taken out of play, thinking for speed of Play. Hope to play here as offen as I can.

You need to get out of DFW!!!
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:14 PM
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You need to get out of DFW!!!
I travel some...Will Play The Glass Blown and Worlds this year.

There is a lot of quality here. I am a lower rated Player but love the Game

I hope to see you at the Winter Warmer when Dynamic Discs comes to town. The Lake and the extended course at LL will provide Red Numbers. There will be a lot of competition in Town for a Player of your Class.
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I travel some...Will Play The Glass Blown and Worlds this year.

There is a lot of quality here. I am a lower rated Player but love the Game

I hope to see you at the Winter Warmer when Dynamic Discs comes to town. The Lake and the extended course at LL will provide Red Numbers. There will be a lot of competition in Town for a Player of your Class.

Lewisville and Cedar Hill are two places I used to like a lot....but each time I go back they are less and less appealing. The last event I played in the DFW was at Turner...and the payout was pretty bad for a B-tier.

I just feel like more and more I prefer Austin events to everything else in the state....and I am willing to make the 4hr drive.
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Lewisville and Cedar Hill are two places I used to like a lot....but each time I go back they are less and less appealing. The last event I played in the DFW was at Turner...and the payout was pretty bad for a B-tier.

I just feel like more and more I just prefer Austin events to everything else in the state....and I am willing to make the 4hr drive.
Bradley will be at Birdsong this weekend. Starting this years WIN Count.
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:22 PM
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Bradley will be at Birdsong this weekend. Starting this years WIN Count.
Good luck to him! Won't see me playing those events....unless it is a B-tier which they are supposedly going to run more of...4 or so opposed to 1 a year.
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I have only been to Texas one week of my life. However I did get 8 courses in. I was able to hit Selah.
1. Selah Creekside (just liked it a little better)
2. Selah Lakeside
3. Munson Park
4. Bill Allen
5. Towne Lake
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Munson! great, underrated course!

haven't played Selah yet but i'm going next weekend. otherwise i've played everything on the list except Austin Ridge, Nacogdoches, and Roy G. i voted for Turner. i don't think it's the best in the state but it's my favorite of those listed. i like it better than Harry Myers and i think Cedar Hill is overrated. i think both those courses are 3.5 but having them next to each other inflates the rating.

i'd like to see Wilco and Manor East Metro on the list. haven't played those yet but i've heard really great things.
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