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  1. From December to April the non-FL resident prime time rate changes every few weeks and ranges from $75 to $115
  2. Southern Dunes, Haines City (near Orlando) Florida. Perhaps the best public course in the Orlando area. Click on photo for full photo tour
  3. I agree , it is a very good value for a very good course. Coincidentally, Southern Dunes in Haines City Florida (no connection to Southern Dunes in Arizona) is also an excellent course that is a great value compared to other Orlando area courses. Southern Dunes AZ photo tour Southern Dunes Florida photo tour Southern Dunes AZ Southern Dunes Florida [url=https://flic.kr/p/22RB7LV][img]https://live.staticflickr.com/4672/39286409325_4177826849_5k.jpg[/img][/url][url=https://flic.kr/p/22RB7LV] Ak Chin Southern Dunes #4 p
  4. I know this is an old post, but I'm surprised no one suggested Tennanah Lake Golf Course. It's 20 minutes from Long Eddy https://www.tennanah.com/
  5. That list would make a nice trip of seven rounds. Make sure you play Southern Dunes. Here are photo tours of those courses: Southern Dunes Pix Bay Hill Pix Rittz Carlton Pix Reunion Palmer Pix Reunion Nicklaus Pix Reunion Watson Pix Southern Dunes Bay Hill Ritz Carlton Reunion Palmer Reunion Watson Reunion Nicklaus Tranquillo
  6. If you have any interest in a 36 hole day, play the Island and Corballis. They are right next to each other. The Island is one of my favorites and a must play. Corballis is a hidden gem and very inexpensive. Corballis Links Photo Tour The Island Photo Tour Corballis #3 par 3 The Island #18 from tee
  7. I wouldn't worry about it. There is sufficient width. Here's a link to a photo tour: Winter Park 9 Pix
  8. I think you mean #1 on Berkshire Blue which is approx 190 from the members tee and 220 from the tips Berkshire Blue #1 par 3 link [url=https://flic.kr/p/oVsv1C][img]https://live.staticflickr.com/3887/15044793688_990dc922df_c.jpg[/img][/url][url=https://flic.kr/p/oVsv1C] Berkshire Blue #1- 220 yard par 3 [/url]
  9. I mostly plan my own trips. If you enjoy putting together puzzles, trip planning is fun. It can get complex on trips where you are playing multiple rounds per day and moving from place to place (e.g. trips to GB and I). It was also a pain to deal with all the cancellations when I had to cancel a complex 9 day 12 round trip to Scotland due to Covid where different guys were playing different rounds and staying a different number of days. The bookkeeping and money collection and return was a chore that I would have preferred a service to do for me..
  10. Phreddy - I haven't played Sand Valley. Tobacco Road is not everyone's cup of tea because of some blind shots and some quirky holes, but I loved it. It's on a great piece of land and the mixture of holes is great. There is a lot of visual deception and many challenging shots, but in each instance an easier option is available that makes the hole longer. It's a course that you need to play more than a couple times to best play your way around. I hope I can find a time to return there. It has some resemblance to Strant's True Blue, but on a much better site. A couple holes reminded me of Ballyne
  11. If you are okay with not playing the big name courses that tourists flock to, the Orlando area provides a lot of relatively inexpensive options and nice weather. In alphabetical order look at these just north of Orlando Black Bear Debary Deltona (Excellent course very inexpensive) Kings Ridge Red Tail (very nice course, but a little tight) Sanctuary Ridge Timacuan Victoria Hills (Excellent course) Winter Park (great, inexpensive 9 hole course) and these if you stay south of Orlando Eaglebrooke (excellent course) Providen
  12. Willowbrook Photo Tour - This course was $18 including cart.
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