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  1. How can you tell it’s tour issue? Usually tour issue have the swoosh in the back below the neck...
  2. Thanks for this! Actually made a tee time at Slammer and Squire for Thursday afternoon. Figured we can’t come down and not play at least one course at the WGV. From what I have read, there are less homes around this track compared to King and Bear.
  3. Headed down in less than a month and looking for another course to add to our schedule on Thursday. Also any heads up on solid restaurants/bars to hit is appreciated. We will have a rental car. Fly in late Wednesday the 14th, staying at TPC Sawgrass Marriott Thursday AM - Warm up Round on The Yards course inside Sawgrass Thursday Afternoon - Looking for course to play. Friday - Oak Marsh at Amelia, might play 36 here Saturday - TPC Sawgrass Sunday AM - Dyes Valley at TPC
  4. > @kobe123 said: > > @J4Camp said: > > Have you looked at Old Natchez? I think they had one of the more affordable memberships in the area. I do not like the layout of NGAC, but that is just me. > > It's over 400 a month after taxes. Sorry, I should have said junior executive. Little cheaper for folks under 35 I believe.
  5. Just got my email that I will have the opportunity to purchase tickets October 16th. Went in 2016 and had a blast.
  6. October 7–20 The Straits at Whistling Straits – $300 The River at Blackwolf Run – $210 The Irish at Whistling Straits – $130 The Meadow Valleys at Blackwolf Run – $130 October 21–27 The Straits at Whistling Straits – $190 The River at Blackwolf Run – $130 The Irish at Whistling Straits – $80 The Meadow Valleys at Blackwolf Run – $80 October 28–Close The Irish at Whistling Straits – $80 The Original Championship Course at Blackwolf Run – $80
  7. > @marks21 said: > > @J4Camp said: > > > @jwhite86 said: > > > Fall Rates just released for the Kohler Courses > > > > > > October 7-20 > > > Straits - $300 > > > River - $210 > > > Irish - $130 > > > Meadow Valleys $130 > > > > October 21-27 they are ever cheaper. I am planning to play 3 out of the 4 October 22-23. > > Are they still requiring a caddie during these dates? Or are they optional? I was told Caddie's are optional for our afternoon round at Whistling. Can't comment on the morning rounds.
  8. Have you looked at Old Natchez? I think they had one of the more affordable memberships in the area. I do not like the layout of NGAC, but that is just me.
  9. > @jwhite86 said: > Fall Rates just released for the Kohler Courses > > October 7-20 > Straits - $300 > River - $210 > Irish - $130 > Meadow Valleys $130 October 21-27 they are ever cheaper. I am planning to play 3 out of the 4 October 22-23.
  10. > @BirdieRoll said: > J4Camp - did you like the Ruttgers course? Good layout? I believe this course is now called Jack's 18. Yes, it is now Jack's 18. I do enjoy this track as I have a buddy who has a family cabin right down the road. The greens are small and tricky, and plenty of blind approach shots. Tough track but very fun course.
  11. This will be my 2nd year in a row attempting this trip, but I have a good feeling the weather will cooperate this October. Just booked October 22-23rd to play The River at Blackwolf Run, and both Straits courses. I have heard The River course is stunning in the Fall with the leaves, so praying I get a 55-60 degree clear Fall day for all tracks. Has anybody played recently that can comment on course conditions? Rates for Blackwolf are $130 that week, and $80 for Irish Straits. Whistling is $190, but afternoon rate is $130 so praying we get all 18 in with a 1:30 tee time.
  12. Ended up playing The Legends at Giants Ridge, The Wilderness, and Minnesota National. Also got In rounds at Whitefish Golf Club, The Pines At Grandview Lodge, and Ruttgers Course near Bay Lake. Giants Ridge wasn’t great. I’ve played in 6-8 times previously, and this was the worst I’ve seen it. Certainly playable, but fairways were very wet and overall course was just blah. Couple holes were fine, but the greens definitely were not the best. I hear they may not have them recovered by next season. The Wilderness was better, but like You said, 4-5 of the greens were rough. I did shoot a 39 on the back 9 there, so that was nice. Minnesota National is a great course. Was in the best shape of them all in my opinion.
  13. Who has played here as a guest? Anything worth knowing beforehand?
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