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Old 01-02-2020, 09:20 PM
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Why does Warwick Park an almost nothing course get so high? Simply due to all people from NYC playing that course as the ONLY course they have ever played. The other one yeah it deserves to be that high for a course having see it online the Steel course scares me having looked up that course. Just looking online at Warwick is just a City park without even tee markers meaning you have to play from the previous basket to the next basket except the first hole having a small tee marker. Reading online here in the reviews of players getting hit trying to make an 18 holes into 35 holes. That is if I am thinking of the right course, closest to NYC.
Wolfe Woods rates only 3.23 on this board (I gave it a 2.5). Brakewell Steel (the much better course also located in the park) rates 4.56.
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Old 01-03-2020, 01:50 AM
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16 for me.

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Old 01-03-2020, 05:35 AM
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Only three for me so far.

Florida: Picnic Island DGC (4.36)
Georgia: Hobbs Farm Park (4.66)
Tennessee: Harmon Hills (4.73)

I plan on further travels and a possible move this year if/when my condition improves from a recent car accident. Picnic will prob fall out of the top spot before too long. I have it in my top ten FL for location but it's not my favorite thrower.

Hobbs is my #1 favorite of all courses and I agree that the Canyons Kicks ass!


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Old 01-03-2020, 09:08 AM
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Gran Canyon in Florida (mentioned in Bogey's post) would be Florida's best course by light years.
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Old 01-03-2020, 10:08 AM
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Only three for me so far.

Florida: Picnic Island DGC (4.36)
Georgia: Hobbs Farm Park (4.66)
Tennessee: Harmon Hills (4.73)

I plan on further travels and a possible move this year if/when my condition improves from a recent car accident. Picnic will prob fall out of the top spot before too long. I have it in my top ten FL for location but it's not my favorite thrower.

Hobbs is my #1 favorite of all courses and I agree that the Canyons Kicks ass!
Speedy recovery!

If you make it back up this way towards canyons anytime soon, hit me up for a round!

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Old 01-03-2020, 10:27 AM
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The Crucible is in Georgia.
Them southern states all look the same to me...

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Old 01-03-2020, 10:33 AM
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Speedy recovery!

If you make it back up this way towards canyons anytime soon, hit me up for a round!
Thanks and absolutely. The plan as it stands now would be to move back to Michigan proly in a few months. The situation is still pretty fluid right now. I want to be in Hillsdale and I look forward to throwing with old friends and making new ones and traveling the midwest proper bagging all the courses that I can. We are pretty much retired now and the kids are grown!

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Old 01-03-2020, 10:35 AM
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Why Meeechigan is right down the road. We'll have to throw plastic for sure!

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Old 01-03-2020, 10:41 AM
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I've played 10 of the courses listed. No way Muddy Run should be PA's #1. I also disagree with MD. Of the courses I've played in PA I honestly think Moraine and Deer Lakes are tied. I actually prefer Deer Lakes. And Ditto Farms is the best course I've played in Maryland. Seneca is a solid course but it's getting rather dated.

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Old 01-03-2020, 10:46 AM
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Overall course ratings in general have to be taken with a grain of salt. There has always been a bias towards private courses on this site. The appreciation the players have towards the land owners for opening up their home to others and all the time and love they pour into their course shows. Case in point: Flip City. By far not the best course in Michigan, but consistently highest rated. On the flip side (pun intended) I remember playing Phantom Falls in Colorado and having the owner of the land sit us down before tee time and giving us a speech about all the work he put into the course and STRONGLY urging us to give no less than 5 star reviews on DGCR. He was also one of the designers of Bucksnort. Because of that, I have a hard time trusting any reviews of that course.
There's probably some truth to that. On the other hand, my favorites list is dominated by private courses---for reasons having nothing to do with my appreciation of the owners, and more to do with some inherent advantages private courses have.

Interestingly, in my state the our neighboring states, public courses made this list, not private ones.

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