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View Poll Results: Which course(s) are a MUST PLAY regardless of skill level? *voting is public*
Bailey Road Park DGC 4 3.33%
Bradford Park 43 35.83%
Eastway Park 9 7.50%
Elon Park – Long Course – The Angry Beaver 22 18.33%
Elon Park – Short Course – Mule Trail 6 5.00%
Hornet’s Nest 88 73.33%
Kilborne TPC Park 15 12.50%
Nevin Park 44 36.67%
R.L. Smith Park 48 40.00%
Reedy Creek Park 17 14.17%
Renaissance Park 79 65.83%
Squirrel Lake Park 7 5.83%
Sugaw Creek Park 9 7.50%
The Scrapyard (Idlewild Park) 15 12.50%
Winget Park 17 14.17%
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Old 01-16-2013, 07:57 AM
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"Regardless of skill level" should preclude the most challenging courses, and probably the tight wooded courses as well.

A group of us, from a couple of 17-year veterans to a 5-year-old, played Winget & Sugaw one day last summer. Sugaw was a fun for all, including the kid. Which isn't to say it's the winner, only that a semi-open course is probably the ticket.

Were the question tightened to something like 900+ player or Intermediates-to-Pros range, I might say Hornet's Nest. Fun enough for good players, not a beat-down for weak players.
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:23 AM
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Bradford and RL Smith are two of my new favorites.

New courses and great layouts. Smith is my favorite Charlotte course right now, maybe im biased because I throw well there but it feels more like a small mountain track. Lots of elevation and plenty of trees, but feels very fair and well-balanced.

Bradford has less drastic elevation changes, but the shots are a lot of fun, and that's why I play, to improve while still having a good time. Quite a few possibles for signature holes at both courses.
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Old 01-16-2013, 01:30 PM
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The Scrapyard is my favorite course in the area, but you wouldn't be wrong voting for every poll option. Also, your poll left off Bradley and Rankin in Gastonia, Winthrop in Rock Hill, Stumpy in Mooresville, and a few more terrific courses in the area.
I listed only the courses that the CDGC lists on their website.
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Old 01-16-2013, 01:32 PM
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Winget is really funn!
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Nest!!!!
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Old 01-16-2013, 01:47 PM
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i voted winget because i think there are plenty of technical challenges for the more advanced player combined with plenty of relatively beginner friendly holes not to mention the aesthetic beauty of the wooded holes there, overall i think it makes for a great playing experience for any skill level...
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:32 PM
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Nevin
RL Smith
Hornets Nest
Renny
Bradford

in that order
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:24 PM
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R.L. Smith... Amazingly fun!
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:23 PM
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R.L. Smith... Amazingly fun!
Okay, okay, we're definitely playing R.L. Smith this weekend
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Out of the four I've played, Smith is the only one I really think about going back to play again.
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