Best Golf Websites

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mhawk709mhawk709  36WRX Points: 31Members Posts: 36 Bunkers
Joined:  edited Nov 19, 2018 in The 19th Hole #1
Hello!



As winter has arrived in Minnesota, this is my time of the year to spend my evenings perusing various golf websites to feed the beast. I'm always looking to expand my library. What are a few of your favorites? Here are mine:



1. GolfWRX (duh)

2. Practical Golf

3. Plugged In Golf

4. Course Kings

5. The one about Golf and Spy

6. Andrew Rice Golf





Thanks and have a good one!



-Hawk
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  • Bonneville85308Bonneville85308  1810WRX Points: 228Members Posts: 1,810 Platinum Tees
    Joined:  edited Nov 19, 2018 #2
    I enjoy reading the discussions on Golf Club Atlas. Often entertaining in how different their perspectives are from the mainstream golf consumer when it comes to evaluating courses. There are definitely a few interesting characters among the regular posters, especially when the discussion goes a bit off-topic.
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  • Conrad1953Conrad1953  15404WRX Points: 3,291Members Posts: 15,404 Titanium Tees
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    Geez, I need to get out more, I guess. So many golf sites so little time.
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