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  • 1puttTUT1puttTUT Lefty with occasional game Members  3739WRX Points: 348Handicap: 3.8Posts: 3,739 Titanium Tees
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    swizbeatz wrote:
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    Go_Blue! wrote:
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    I'd rather play Blackheath and Twin Lakes than Moose and Shepard.<br />
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    I LOVE Blackheath. My favorite course on that side of town.<br />
    Going to play it this afternoon, if we don't get rained out.<br />
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    I just happened to break the course record at Blackheath 2 weeks ago in the Publinx State Match Play first qualifying round. I always liked Balckheath, it is a great layout and risk reward shots are everywhere. The greens are tough too. Usually don't see a lot of guys making a ton of putts out there<br />
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    Holy s*** dude, awesome<br />
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    Congrats, what was your score?
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  • bk52bk52 Members  1209WRX Points: 96Handicap: 8.8Posts: 1,209 Platinum Tees
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    1puttTUT wrote:
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    Congrats, what was your score?<br />
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    He shot 64.
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  • CiceroCicero Members  1378WRX Points: 66Posts: 1,378 Platinum Tees
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    bk52 wrote:
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    Congrats, what was your score?<br />
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    He shot 64.
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    That's playing right there. Jeez.
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  • ThunderBuzzworthThunderBuzzworth Hulk... Smash!! Members  2637WRX Points: 223Handicap: +3Posts: 2,637 Titanium Tees
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    It was my first bogey free tournament round. 7 birdies and I made par on 2 par 5's haha
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  • chickenpotpiechickenpotpie #TeamJetSpeed Members  8538WRX Points: 151Handicap: 5.5Posts: 8,538 Titanium Tees
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    It was my first bogey free tournament round. 7 birdies and I made par on 2 par 5's haha<br />
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    So I assume you qualified then? Nice shooting!!
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  • CiceroCicero Members  1378WRX Points: 66Posts: 1,378 Platinum Tees
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    It was my first bogey free tournament round. 7 birdies and I made par on 2 par 5's haha
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    Of course you did.<br />
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    Nice irony <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':D' />
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  • hybrid25hybrid25 michiganMembers  1596WRX Points: 179Posts: 1,596 Platinum Tees
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    I have played Blackheath before, I like the links style layout, but # 11 par 5 is a little quirky to me. I don't really care for blind shots to greens, especially uphill. It also seems to promote golfers to hit into others by cutting the corner. Fun otherwise.<br />
    I'm playing the TPC Mich tomorrow. Fast greens, yikes!
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  • MI517MI517 Members  450WRX Points: 52Handicap: 6.4Posts: 450 Greens
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    Played Glacier Club Tuesday/Friday and Links at Crystal Lake just today.<br />
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    Glacier I usually like, play it a few times a year, greens are challenging and most of it is straight, but it's usually in relatively good condition. Pace was terrible. Starter hated his job and joked we shouldn't be playing black tees on the course (6550yds). Our group was 1.3-9.5 hdcp's. 9 holes took 3 hrs Tuesday morning, only got through 7 holes Friday before giving up after 2:45. Brutal to wait 10 min each shot while guys fish for balls and 30 hdcp's play the tips. Course didn't care one bit when I politely mentioned it.<br />
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    Links at CL today was terrible. First time I'd played there, figured a great course to work on irons. Teed off at ~8:45, just leaving after 9 holes (3hrs and 50 min). Sad part is they had a ranger out there who was a nice guy, but passive. For a muni it was in fine shape. <br />
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    Now, I don't want to be totally negative here. I like to golf a LOT around metro Detroit and as many courses as I can, 3-5rds a week. So the wife doesn't kill me, I try to keep most of those cheap (TeeOff or golf book), so I know I can get what I pay for. Blackheath, Twin Lakes, Greystone, Pheasant Run, Lyon Oaks, Tanglewood, Lakes of Taylor, Eagle Crest, Moose Ridge, Coyote Preserve, Golden Hawk and Orchards I play on deals and don't have too many problems, but I like to keep a wide stable of courses to play. Other than those, what other courses should I get out to that are relatively cheap/good shape, but mostly that Rangers keeps good pace?<br />
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    EDIT: I'm not venting because I have to play in 3 hrs, but 4:00-4:15 should be doable.
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  • bk52bk52 Members  1209WRX Points: 96Handicap: 8.8Posts: 1,209 Platinum Tees
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    MI517 wrote:
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    Played Glacier Club Tuesday/Friday and Links at Crystal Lake just today.<br />
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    Glacier ... 9 holes took 3 hrs Tuesday morning ... 7 holes Friday ...2:45. <br />
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    Links at CL today was terrible. .. just leaving after 9 holes (3hrs and 50 min). <br />
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    Wow! I have played a lot of golf in my life and never experienced a pace of play like those recent rounds, especially mid-week and in the morning. Were you following mid-week morning leagues?
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  • MI517MI517 Members  450WRX Points: 52Handicap: 6.4Posts: 450 Greens
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    One of the glacier rounds was following a 16 man outing playing 2-man scrambles a group ahead of us. Otherwise, just general pace of play those days. No walkers either, not that walkers really have slowed me down in the past. Not used to midweek morning rounds being like that. My weekend rounds have been pretty good, right at that 4:00-4:20 mark.
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  • 1puttTUT1puttTUT Lefty with occasional game Members  3739WRX Points: 348Handicap: 3.8Posts: 3,739 Titanium Tees
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    MI517 wrote:
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    Played Glacier Club Tuesday/Friday and Links at Crystal Lake just today.<br />
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    Glacier I usually like, play it a few times a year, greens are challenging and most of it is straight, but it's usually in relatively good condition. Pace was terrible. Starter hated his job and joked we shouldn't be playing black tees on the course (6550yds). Our group was 1.3-9.5 hdcp's. 9 holes took 3 hrs Tuesday morning, only got through 7 holes Friday before giving up after 2:45. Brutal to wait 10 min each shot while guys fish for balls and 30 hdcp's play the tips. Course didn't care one bit when I politely mentioned it.<br />
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    Links at CL today was terrible. First time I'd played there, figured a great course to work on irons. Teed off at ~8:45, just leaving after 9 holes (3hrs and 50 min). Sad part is they had a ranger out there who was a nice guy, but passive. For a muni it was in fine shape. <br />
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    Now, I don't want to be totally negative here. I like to golf a LOT around metro Detroit and as many courses as I can, 3-5rds a week. So the wife doesn't kill me, I try to keep most of those cheap (TeeOff or golf book), so I know I can get what I pay for. Blackheath, Twin Lakes, Greystone, Pheasant Run, Lyon Oaks, Tanglewood, Lakes of Taylor, Eagle Crest, Moose Ridge, Coyote Preserve, Golden Hawk and Orchards I play on deals and don't have too many problems, but I like to keep a wide stable of courses to play. Other than those, what other courses should I get out to that are relatively cheap/good shape, but mostly that Rangers keeps good pace?<br />
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    EDIT: I'm not venting because I have to play in 3 hrs, but 4:00-4:15 should be doable.<br />
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    Westwynd and Devil's Ridge come to mind.
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    It was my first bogey free tournament round. 7 birdies and I made par on 2 par 5's haha<br />
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    So I assume you qualified then? Nice shooting!!<br />
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    I did and I ended up losing in the semi final match in 20 holes
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  • countvelvetcountvelvet Members  213WRX Points: 65Handicap: 3Posts: 213 Fairways
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    Played the St. Clair Golf Club yesterday. Awesome track. Donald Ross / Jerry Mathews design. The course was in mint condition. Fairways were like carpet and the greens were fast and held all iron shots. Used Group Golfer to get on for $35 with cart. Definitely a must play!
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  • hybrid25hybrid25 michiganMembers  1596WRX Points: 179Posts: 1,596 Platinum Tees
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    Played the TPC of Michigan yesterday and the course was in great shape. Strange, I found the greens a little on the slow side compared to other times I played the course. Maybe they are not cutting as low as other times due to heat. The course got the best of me. Worst hole: #7 par 5, was 80 yards out in two shots and carded a 9. Dang.
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  • MI517MI517 Members  450WRX Points: 52Handicap: 6.4Posts: 450 Greens
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    Played Pine Trace today in Rochester. Course was in pretty good shape. We were first off, so we flew through, just over 3 hrs I think. Greens were faster than expected, but very receptive. Bunkers were your standard public mix of gravelly sand. Overall, recommended.
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  • Go_Blue!Go_Blue! HAIL! Members  1671WRX Points: 187Posts: 1,671 Platinum Tees
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    hybrid25 wrote:
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    Played the TPC of Michigan yesterday and the course was in great shape. Strange, I found the greens a little on the slow side compared to other times I played the course. Maybe they are not cutting as low as other times due to heat. The course got the best of me. Worst hole: #7 par 5, was 80 yards out in two shots and carded a 9. Dang.<br />
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    I played it for the first time last month and really didn't care for the course. I feel it's a bit overrated.
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  • hybrid25hybrid25 michiganMembers  1596WRX Points: 179Posts: 1,596 Platinum Tees
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    Go_Blue! wrote:
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    Played the TPC of Michigan yesterday and the course was in great shape. Strange, I found the greens a little on the slow side compared to other times I played the course. Maybe they are not cutting as low as other times due to heat. The course got the best of me. Worst hole: #7 par 5, was 80 yards out in two shots and carded a 9. Dang.<br />
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    I played it for the first time last month and really didn't care for the course. I feel it's a bit overrated.<br />
    What didn't you like about it? It is a good challenge. I paired up with a 2 hc & a 6 hc who both shot 87, anc I shot a 94 as 19 hc,so the difficulty factor is there. It has a good diversity of holes.
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  • bk52bk52 Members  1209WRX Points: 96Handicap: 8.8Posts: 1,209 Platinum Tees
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    Played Coyote in New Hudson yesterday. We played the "blue" tees which are two notches closer than the tips. Around 6,300 yards. At first I was a bit surprised at the relatively low "slope" at 119. After playing I am of two minds. The greens are fairly tame, not a lot of bumps and humps. Also, the bunkering is user friendly. There is often the option of running a shot on to the green.<br />
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    On the other hand, there are numerous doglegs that make the holes play longer. A fair amount of water and wetlands, along with forested areas makes an inaccurate player pay.<br />
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    Maintenance was very good. A couple of our seniors had "rounds of their life" so lots of smiles for some. Quirks and all, I liked it.
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  • MI517MI517 Members  450WRX Points: 52Handicap: 6.4Posts: 450 Greens
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    So I'm out at Boulder Pointe, played peaks>dunes. On #1 there's a wedding party just off the green, literally, waiting for us to approach and putt out to take pictures. My mental game didn't fare me well there after a great tee shot. #2, the par 3 over water? I hit a freaking goose crossing the center of the green. So instead of 5 ft from the hole I'm barely still in up against water. Game went to crap from there, just Murphy's Law, even the 2-iron abandoned me. Oh well, there's always next round!
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  • BillyZ2BillyZ2 Members  5248WRX Points: 3Handicap: 15.1Posts: 5,248 Titanium Tees
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    I enjoy Boulder Pointe, but haven't had the chance to play there this year. Peaks are the most enjoyable. <br />
    I played Snow Snake in Harrison today and it was in the usual good shape, and the faiways/greens are on the wet side as if it rained the day before? If you have never played SS it is a decent course and challenge.
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    hybrid25 wrote:
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    hybrid25 wrote:
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    Played the TPC of Michigan yesterday and the course was in great shape. Strange, I found the greens a little on the slow side compared to other times I played the course. Maybe they are not cutting as low as other times due to heat. The course got the best of me. Worst hole: #7 par 5, was 80 yards out in two shots and carded a 9. Dang.<br />
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    I played it for the first time last month and really didn't care for the course. I feel it's a bit overrated.<br />
    What didn't you like about it? It is a good challenge. I paired up with a 2 hc & a 6 hc who both shot 87, anc I shot a 94 as 19 hc,so the difficulty factor is there. It has a good diversity of holes.<br />
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    For me it wasn't really memorable. It felt like many other courses these days with all of the heather and long grass that lined what felt like every hole. I just prefer old style country club types where holes are carved out of some big trees and you can see and visualize each hole and shot.
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  • MI517MI517 Members  450WRX Points: 52Handicap: 6.4Posts: 450 Greens
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    Got out to Greystone this morning. Good round, course was a bit soggy, but that's just nitpicking, was definitely playable. Good pace, but the reason I'm posting is because I hit ANOTHER bird on a par 3. After my goose at Boulder pointe last week, I hit a seagull on 16, although this one stayed on the green and I have no idea how the sucker survived! I didn't expect to hit the one of only two seagulls on the green, but after I hit it all I thought of was Randy Johnson. So which flying animal am I gonna take out tomorrow?
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  • smith851smith851 Members  375WRX Points: 37Handicap: 1Posts: 375 Greens
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    anyone planning to go check out the US Amateur this week at Oakland Hills? Ill prob check out some afternoon action of the stroke play tomorrow and plan to see some match play Friday or Saturday. Really looking forward to walking the ground and observing... will be my first time back since the PGA in 08<br />
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    assuming a solid merch tent will be there too... wife wont be pleased ha
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  • swizbeatzswizbeatz Members  5832WRX Points: 281Handicap: +.6Posts: 5,832 Titanium Tees
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    smith851 wrote:
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    anyone planning to go check out the US Amateur this week at Oakland Hills? Ill prob check out some afternoon action of the stroke play tomorrow and plan to see some match play Friday or Saturday. Really looking forward to walking the ground and observing... will be my first time back since the PGA in 08<br />
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    assuming a solid merch tent will be there too... wife wont be pleased ha<br />
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    Forgot about that. I might head out tomorrow because my clubs invite is Wed-Sat. I played in the GAM Senior-Mid am there last year and really wanted to get back to see how they play the course. The 200+ yard par 3's destroyed me, otherwise the course wasn't overly difficult.
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  • hybrid25hybrid25 michiganMembers  1596WRX Points: 179Posts: 1,596 Platinum Tees
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    Go_Blue! wrote:
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    hybrid25 wrote:
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    Go_Blue! wrote:
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    hybrid25 wrote:
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    Played the TPC of Michigan yesterday and the course was in great shape. Strange, I found the greens a little on the slow side compared to other times I played the course. Maybe they are not cutting as low as other times due to heat. The course got the best of me. Worst hole: #7 par 5, was 80 yards out in two shots and carded a 9. Dang.<br />
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    I played it for the first time last month and really didn't care for the course. I feel it's a bit overrated.<br />
    What didn't you like about it? It is a good challenge. I paired up with a 2 hc &amp; a 6 hc who both shot 87, anc I shot a 94 as 19 hc,so the difficulty factor is there. It has a good diversity of holes.<br />
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    For me it wasn't really memorable. It felt like many other courses these days with all of the heather and long grass that lined what felt like every hole. I just prefer old style country club types where holes are carved out of some big trees and you can see and visualize each hole and shot.<br />
    nothing more picturesque and then beautiful tree line courses, but for some reason I score better on links-style courses. I think yet is sort of an intimidation factor when I see trees on each side of the fairway?
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  • weisse12weisse12 ClubWRX  74WRX Points: 0Posts: 74
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    Played Boulder Pointe today, Peaks to Dunes. Course is in great shape and the groundskeepers were putting in heavy work today to ensure it stayed that way. Great layout there too.
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  • BillyZ2BillyZ2 Members  5248WRX Points: 3Handicap: 15.1Posts: 5,248 Titanium Tees
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    weisse12 wrote:
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    Played Boulder Pointe today, Peaks to Dunes. Course is in great shape and the groundskeepers were putting in heavy work today to ensure it stayed that way. Great layout there too.<br />
    I love playing out there for some reason, I think because it is a great layout with some interesting holes. Peaks is always in high demand.<br />
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    I played The Majestic for the first time thursday. To me, a great layout. It must have gotten hit with a passing thunderstorm because it was very wet. My ball plugged more times then I can shake a stick at, but it was in great condition otherwise. I had a couple birdies mixed in with serveral bogies and some doubles, I shot 87, ho-hum, but enjoyed the day. I would recommend this course to anybody wanting a quality experience. I would like to give it another go a dryer day to see how things turn out.
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  • weisse12weisse12 ClubWRX  74WRX Points: 0Posts: 74
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    Got a chance to play 10-18 at Shepherd's Hollow last night ($30 twilight and a $10 riding fee for my wife)- I cannot rave about this course enough. <br />
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    By far my favorite in Southeast Michigan. Great layout, it's in impeccable shape and I understand the food is great in the restaurant there too, although there was a wedding so I didn't get a chance to eat there. You feel like you're in Northern Michigan when you're at Shepherd's Hollow.
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    We came up from Cincinnati to Play Shepherd's Hollow a couple of years ago over Memorial Day weekend and really enjoyed it. Hardly ever gets any mention on WRX. I know there are ton of nice courses in Michigan but still thought it would get more love here.
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  • Nelly32Nelly32 Members  928WRX Points: 86Posts: 928 Golden Tee
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    Hey guys...I have 4 rounds at Eagle Crest good anytime Monday-Friday and after 2 on the weekend. It expires on October 1st and I won't be able to use it. If anyone is interested, shoot me a PM and I'll get rid of it on the cheap!
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