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Old 01-25-2018, 09:19 AM
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I'm going back home this summer to visit family, hopefully that situation will change by July
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Old 01-29-2018, 12:21 PM
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If I could play any 5 today...

Diamond X - Billings, MT
Four Mound Cape Fear - Spokane(ish), WA
Wilderness DGC - Montello, WI
Riverbend DGC(Milo) - Estacada, OR
Trey Texas Ranch - Texas Twist - Mount Vernon, TX

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Old 01-29-2018, 12:45 PM
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Rosedale Park - Up Top (Kansas City, KS)
Joe Eakes Park (Kure Beach, NC)
Buckhorn (New Hill, NC)
Water Works (Kansas City, MO)
East Carolina University (Greenville, NC)

Not necessarily the best 5 courses I have every played, but all have a little something extra that clicked with me. For example, Castle Hayne seems to get all the love in the Wilmington area. I didn't find anything about it particularly interesting or different than many of the other wooded NC courses. Then I played Joe Eakes Park and it was unlike any place I had played before. Obviously it doesn't provide the level of difficulty as Castle Hayne, but I'm not trying to play every round at a championship-level course.
Love Joe Eakes. Unique and VERY hard if you get wild. And I’m always on vacation when I play, so...
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Old 01-29-2018, 01:19 PM
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Love Joe Eakes. Unique and VERY hard if you get wild. And I’m always on vacation when I play, so...
The tree at Joe Eakes have the uncommon characteristic of catching as many discs as knocking down. Honestly, if you go into the rough chances are 50/50 or better your disc is caught in a tree.
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Old 01-30-2018, 06:36 AM
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The tree at Joe Eakes have the uncommon characteristic of catching as many discs as knocking down. Honestly, if you go into the rough chances are 50/50 or better your disc is caught in a tree.
Totally. I stopped throwing neon yellow discs because a neon yellow disc in a tree on a sunny day is too hard to spot. Can’t spend beach time looking for discs.

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