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  1. You don't have to stay on property but can only book 30 days out if you're not on property and tee times are limited by then.
  2. Can you not pick Dormie club? That'd probably be my first choice. I think Ballyhack is a lot better than "fine". Love that course it is hard though. Really fun greens. Hidden Creek is good and has Atlantic City Briggs has warmest weather. River walk is cool Service / lodging / food will be similar quality at all (very good). They all have a little local flavor but none is way better than the others
  3. You have access to Briggs Ranch, Austin has quite a few good privates. Could stay a night at horseshoe Bay or tpc and play the resort courses there.
  4. Memorial Park in Houston if you want to play a PGA tour course Wolfdancer in Austin is a really good public. Pretty sure TPC in SA requires staying onsite.
  5. Probably cost prohibitive but you didn't include a budget so I am going to throw it out there... Bandon
  6. Wrapping up my trip now 8 rounds, 5 courses in 6 days. Pretty awesome trip, this seems like a really good time of year to come pricing / weather / condition wise. Of the courses I played here is my ranking and thoughts. 1. We-Ko-Pa - Saguaro really fun course, great views. Love that there are no homes in view. First and 10th holes playing downhill from the clubhouse are really nice. First par 5 on the back is another nice hole. Mixture of challenging and more straight forward green complexes. Pretty wide open for the desert. Condition wise both We-Ko-Pa courses I'd give 7/10 los
  7. Dormie and Briggs will be quite hot in July so I'd skip those just based on weather. Hidden Creek is close to Atlantic City if that's of interest otherwise I'd go with one of the other ones just from a course standpoint. It's not bad by any means just think the others are better. Vic is the highest rated if that is what you are looking for. Service will be great at all of them.
  8. The Greyhawk 36 I'm committed to because I'm going to get dropped off / picked up and won't have a car. I could swap one of the anthem rounds but those were also my cost savers so I'd want to keep it under 100 for sure.
  9. How does the We-Ko-Pa summer pass work? The pass is 75 dollars and then you pay an additional green fee each day? How much is that?
  10. Yeah Fair Oaks is a good club for clubcorp. 36 holes, decent range, has fitness and pool but it's not the same caliber as the clubs above and it's clubcorp so it gets a lot of play and the focus is clubcorp making money not a quality experience the members. That said it's way cheaper too.
  11. Heading out at the end of May for a week. ClubCorp member so trying to save a few bucks playing a few rounds at those courses along with a few of the top publics: No one knows of any course maintenance at these courses do they? Friday 5/21 - Fly in stock up on supplies / get checked in Saturday - We Ko Pa Cholla Sunday - We Ko Pa Saguaro Monday - 36 at Gainey Ranch (I know its not super popular but location works well and the price is right) Tuesday - Anthem Ironwood Wednesday - 36 at Greyhawk Talon (Raptor closed) Thursday - Anthem Iron
  12. this is bad for golf... see skiing and Vail and Alterra being the only players
  13. Heading out at the end of May for a week. ClubCorp member so trying to save a few bucks playing a few rounds at those courses along with a few of the top publics: Friday - Fly in stock up on supplies / get checked in Saturday - We Ko Pa Cholla Sunday - We Ko Pa Saguaro Monday - 36 at Gainey Ranch (I know its not super popular but location works well and the price is right) Tuesday - Anthem Ironwood Wednesday - 36 at Greyhawk Talon (Raptor closed) Thursday - Anthem Ironwood (Couldn't get on the other course) Friday - Fly Home
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