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2 hours ago, asommers1441 said:

Treated myself to the Resort Course at La Cantera here in San Antonio. Course ate me up. 1267301507_image0(4).jpeg.6e8a6f52b9a03ab26ecb1a184f3c2214.jpeg

 

Have you had a chance to play the Palmer course there? Very hilly if I recall. 

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Payne's Valley in the Ozarks

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Buffalo Ridge course

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18 minutes ago, sabram said:

Can't wait to play there. My June 2020 visit has been rescheduled to June 2022. Did you play other courses in the Highlands?

Pretty sure you will enjoy it (well, as long as you get a decent day weather-wise). It's a great course in a very special setting.

 

My group also played Moray (Old) and Moray (New) - I am a member of Moray GC and would highly recommend it - the Old course has one of the best, if not *the* best closing holes in Scotland - an 18th hole which has the town tight right (OB), a very uneven linksy fairway, and a raised green in front of the grand clubhouse with deep bunkering.  I've posted these pics before but it's always worth doing so again:

 

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34 minutes ago, ColinKelvin said:

My group also played Moray (Old) and Moray (New) - I am a member of Moray GC and would highly recommend it - the Old course has one of the best, if not *the* best closing holes in Scotland

It's on my bucket list. We aren't sure if we'll have time to fit it in on our drive from Fraserburgh to Nairn, although the June days are very long  in the north of Scotland.

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1 hour ago, sabram said:

It's on my bucket list. We aren't sure if we'll have time to fit it in on our drive from Fraserburgh to Nairn, although the June days are very long  in the north of Scotland.

You're spot on that you will have all the time in the world in June - if you have the energy for 36 holes a day with evening rounds then the light will allow that.

 

Obviously I am biased as a member of Moray along the coast but having played both a lot, I'd say that Nairn is a bit overrated.  It's on the well-trodden path to Dornoch that most overseas golfers take, and it's a well-heeled - some might say stuffy - place with great conditioning, but the course itself is tough, flat, and just ever so slightly dull.  Many local people even prefer Nairn Dunbar, the more community-minded club on the other side of town (which is also a longer, and more varied, course).  Nairn has few, if any standout holes, although its position right on the shore is pleasant.  Its reputation is based on things like holding the Walker Cup, but personally I'd rather play Moray, Nairn Dunbar, or even Cullen any day of the week.

 

If you have time for some holiday golf (i.e. not championship length) then Cullen, Spey Bay (the best bargain in Scotland - a historic links at £30 a round) and Fortrose and Rosemarkie are all great fun.  I also really like Golspie, which is well worth a visit.  Tain is not bad too, but I'd put it behind Golspie, Brora and Fortrose as places to pair with Castle Stuart or Dornoch.  Maybe you've played some or most of these already; apologies for the unsolicited opinions here!

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7 minutes ago, ColinKelvin said:

You're spot on that you will have all the time in the world in June - if you have the energy for 36 holes a day with evening rounds then the light will allow that.

 

 I also really like Golspie, which is well worth a visit.  Tain is not bad too, but I'd put it behind Golspie, Brora and Fortrose as places to pair with Castle Stuart or Dornoch.  Maybe you've played some or most of these already; apologies for the unsolicited opinions here!

We have a 36 hole day scheduled for Brora and Golspie. There are so many outstanding courses in the region and too few days.

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Friday morning pre office 9 from the tee box of 5 at McKay Creek.

 

 

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Tis the season for morning fog with the low temps and high humidity. 1st tee at Glencoe GC in Glencoe, IL. Teeing off directly into the sun is always a treat. 

 

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On 10/4/2021 at 12:33 PM, sabram said:

Waldorf Astoria at Walt Disney World, Lake Buena Vista, FL. Not my favorite Orlando course, but a very nice setting and lower green fees during summer and shoulder season. It was an enjoyable morning. 

 

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what course do you recommend the most in Orlando area?

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18 hours ago, flushem said:

what course do you recommend the most in Orlando area?

That depends on where you are staying and how far you are willing to drive. Many people don't realize that the Orlando golf market covers an area bigger than Myrtle Beach. 

  • My favorite course, which I return to most often, is Southern Dunes in Haines City, about 20 miles south of Disney World.

My next 5 favorites within 20 miles of Disney are:

  • Championsgate Country Club (Rumors are that it may soon turn private)
  • Bay Hill (expensive and you must stay on site)
  • Grand Cypress New Course (currently being renovated and may have a name change to Grand Cypress Links)
  • Orange County National Panther Lake course
  • Championsgate International at the Omni

 

North of Orlando also has some good choices if you are staying in that area:

  • Winter Park 9 (9 holes)
  • Deltona Club -Great design, very inexpensive, course conditions may be less than perfect and play can be slow unless you get out early
  • Mission Inn El Campeon
  • Red Tail (has some tight holes, but otherwise a very good design)
  • Victoria Hills
  • Bella Colina - Going private, you may need to stay there. It has nice elevation chnages and a few blind shots and can be expensive

 

Although not really Orlando, Streamsong has three awesome courses and would be at the top of the list if you are willing to drive 90 minutes and pay the high green fees. Another day trip if you are willing to make the drive would be World Woods in Brooksville, which has two excellent courses.

 

I'll post links to my photos of these courses.

 

 

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4 hours ago, sabram said:

That depends on where you are staying and how far you are willing to drive. Many people don't realize that the Orlando golf market covers an area bigger than Myrtle Beach. 

  • My favorite course, which I return to most often, is Southern Dunes in Haines City, about 20 miles south of Disney World.

My next 5 favorites within 20 miles of Disney are:

  • Championsgate Country Club (Rumors are that it may soon turn private)
  • Bay Hill (expensive and you must stay on site)
  • Grand Cypress New Course (currently being renovated and may have a name change to Grand Cypress Links)
  • Orange County National Panther Lake course
  • Championsgate International at the Omni

 

North of Orlando also has some good choices if you are staying in that area:

  • Winter Park 9 (9 holes)
  • Deltona Club -Great design, very inexpensive, course conditions may be less than perfect and play can be slow unless you get out early
  • Mission Inn El Campeon
  • Red Tail (has some tight holes, but otherwise a very good design)
  • Victoria Hills
  • Bella Colina - Going private, you may need to stay there. It has nice elevation chnages and a few blind shots and can be expensive

 

Although not really Orlando, Streamsong has three awesome courses and would be at the top of the list if you are willing to drive 90 minutes and pay the high green fees. Another day trip if you are willing to make the drive would be World Woods in Brooksville, which has two excellent courses.

 

I'll post links to my photos of these courses.

 

 

Bay Hill and Streamsong would be on my bucket list.  

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Prestwick. The first tee (railway line OB all the way tight right and heavy rough left) and the 17th green with the "Sahara" bunker.

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On 10/14/2021 at 4:01 PM, jdl said:

Some trees starting to show a little color here in central MA.

 

 

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Love fall golf!!

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