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Old 11-17-2020, 09:43 PM
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I think I would rent the cottage/course at Wintersun and take a trip up to Sugaree and Ashe Co. You would be closer to Asheville than Charlotte which is probably better for music and beer, but could still take a trip to Charlotte easily. Charlotte courses are good, but kind of overrated IMO.
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That looks pretty damn nice but we are going to have a few too many for a cottage.
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Old 11-17-2020, 10:08 PM
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That looks pretty damn nice but we are going to have a few too many for a cottage.
Cottage plus the Inn sleeps 18 people.

*Need more space? For more bedrooms and a larger house please see our other property at Wintersun called the Wintersun Estate on VRBO.com
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Old 11-24-2020, 05:42 PM
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Nice indeed but maybe next time.

We ended up with a place in the Mint Hill area.

Planning to hit Rolling Pines on the way down to break up the drive. Thinking Hornets Nest and Nevin one day and Renny/Canaan another but maybe scrap one of those for a Scrapyard day given the proximity and friendliness with a mixed skill bunch.

Pour 64 looks super close to us, how's that place?

Seaboard/Carolina Beer Temple/Jekyll & Hyde are close and seem like a decent place to go and hop around, any good?

Edge City also on that side of town.

Any must have eats over that way?
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I would suggest Mayflower Hills or Ashe County over Rolling Pines on way down.
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Old 11-25-2020, 09:52 AM
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I would suggest Mayflower Hills or Ashe County over Rolling Pines on way down.
Word? Initially I was looking at Mayflower but Rolling Pines looked more mature/refined, you like Mayflower better? I'll look into Ashe County.
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I would suggest Mayflower Hills or Ashe County over Rolling Pines on way down.
Ashe County looks outstanding, I think we will do that instead. Thanks for the tip.
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Ashe County is or was the top rated public course in NC, it's got some epic holes and is beautiful. It will likely be the highlight of your trip, unless you go to Sugaree or some other private course.

Rolling Pines is a bit over-rated IMO for above average park golf with some decent elevation. I had issues with slipping on the teepads and the industrial scenery on the back is not that great, and you don't feel any kind of seclusion on the course, it's kind of cramped.

Mayflower Hills is probably the best public course in VA. It was in really good shape when I played two years ago, before the concrete tees were put in. Hands down better than Rolling Pines, but not quite as epic as Ashe Co.
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Word? Initially I was looking at Mayflower but Rolling Pines looked more mature/refined, you like Mayflower better? I'll look into Ashe County.
Golf-wise I think the difference between MH and RP are fairly marginal but MH is in a much prettier location.
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