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Old 03-01-2018, 03:17 PM
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You'd have to check with me late next week, when I have a better idea of my schedule. I'll work it out if I can, and the weather permits.
Cool man, I'll shoot you a PM on here from my first stop (Waffle House, obviously)
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Old 03-01-2018, 04:38 PM
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These would be the courses that I would recommend in Northern Florida:

Tom Brown in Tallahassee https://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=8877

Magnolia in Live Oak https://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=1853

New World in Jacksonville https://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=8287

Further south in Florida: There are many worthy courses in the greater Tampa and Orlando areas. Debary has two 18 holers onsite and a nice DG store across the street. Turkey Lake has three 18 holers onsite. If it's water hazards you seek Tampa is the way to go. Cliff Stephens or Oldsmar come to mind but there are many options. Ocala has two really nice courses.

In Georgia, I would go out of the way to Play Hobbs Farm and Georgia Canopy Tours.

Have a safe and fun trip!

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Old 03-01-2018, 05:18 PM
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These would be the courses that I would recommend in Northern Florida:

Tom Brown in Tallahassee https://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=8877

Magnolia in Live Oak https://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=1853

New World in Jacksonville https://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=8287

Further south in Florida: There are many worthy courses in the greater Tampa and Orlando areas. Debary has two 18 holers onsite and a nice DG store across the street. Turkey Lake has three 18 holers onsite. If it's water hazards you seek Tampa is the way to go. Cliff Stephens or Oldsmar come to mind but there are many options. Ocala has two really nice courses.

In Georgia, I would go out of the way to Play Hobbs Farm and Georgia Canopy Tours.

Have a safe and fun trip!
Ahh...yeah, I've been debating in my head about doing some extra driving to play some Tampa courses - Cliff Stephens has been on my list of places to play for a loooong time. And I likely won't be back to FLA for a while (I hate humidity).

Have you played Etowah in GA yet? I almost played it when I was in Chattanooga but I don't like driving rentals that far.

Wondering how it stacks up to Canopy and Hobbs. It's fairly close to Hobbs so I bet I could make time for both. And both of those probably win over Canopy, even though that does look dope.

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Old 03-01-2018, 05:53 PM
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Ahh...yeah, I've been debating in my head about doing some extra driving to play some Tampa courses - Cliff Stephens has been on my list of places to play for a loooong time. And I likely won't be back to FLA for a while (I hate humidity).

Have you played Etowah in GA yet? I almost played it when I was in Chattanooga but I don't like driving rentals that far.

Wondering how it stacks up to Canopy and Hobbs. It's fairly close to Hobbs so I bet I could make time for both. And both of those probably win over Canopy, even though that does look dope.
Have not played Etowah yet. Hobbs is the 18th highest rated course in the country now. Georgia has a lot of good to great courses. Hope you get to Tampa.
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Old 03-01-2018, 06:20 PM
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Cool man, I'll shoot you a PM on here from my first stop (Waffle House, obviously)
In which case, I'm going to change my other recommendations. I'm tired of people visiting Stoney Hill in the middle of a tour of Great Courses of the Southeast. I'm going to recommend a bunch of really crappy ones, so for once we'll stand out.

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IDGC's Steady Ed course a has a nice water shot and Langley has a couple, an David's spent some time retrieving discs from the pond at Stoney Hill.

Hobbs is a special course.

I promise you won't regret getting to those courses.

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If I were going through Nashville and could only play one course it would be Cedar Hill or Seven Oaks. Sharp Springs and Two Rivers were also fun but not worth being your only stop in town.

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If I were going through Nashville and could only play one course it would be Cedar Hill or Seven Oaks. Sharp Springs and Two Rivers were also fun but not worth being your only stop in town.
Thanks. I was looking at the courses around there and was leaning towards Cedar Hill. Between Cedar and Seven Oaks, which is more difficult? From looking at their pages I would guess Cedar Hill?

I have already played Sharp Springs on a previous trip - it was nice but crazy buggy when I was there.
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^ Yeah, Cedar Hill is probably a little tougher and it is higher rated, but I really liked them both and if I had to choose one it would just come down to which one is closer to my intended travel route.
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