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  • OR Team DG: Courses to play for Team Golf?

    Treelove says:

    TDG Courses (less than 100 mi. from 97202) I'd like to see played in 2009-2010:

    1 McIver
    2 Adair
    3 Lucky Mud
    4 Trojan
    5 Pier
    6 Dabney
    7 Sorosis
    8 Willamette
    9 Skyline (no pads)
    10 Horning's (no pads)
    11 Timber
    12 Cascades Gateway
    13 Waterloo (no pads)
    14 Rooster
    15 Hagg (no pads)
    16 N Bonneville?
    17 Keizer Rapids?

    (take away the No Pads and the "?" and there are still 11 18+hole courses)
    I think the following are a must and have worked well in the past:

    Milo
    Timber
    Pier
    Sirosis
    Adair
    Dabney
    Trojan

    To round things out, the following would be good:

    Hornings (new course should be in and have pads)
    Milo (a second time is worth it)
    Lucky Mud (ideal for Team Golf)
    Willamette (should be a fun one but no shelter) (is there?)

    Bob

  • #2
    Of course the Course selection is up to Jordan and he has the last word. He is THE man!

    Bob

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    • #3
      What about Camp Tadmor they have 18 holes and concrete Tee pads plus shelter. one of Oregons oldest course its private but during the winter months the camp is not used and all you have to do is call ahead to play no cost. Willamette has a shelter and would be better than Adair just down the road from each other. I talk to Bob Horning and he said the two course will have tee pads by October. Nothing like putting some pressure on Jordan his head must be about ready to blow. What ever you decide is great Jordan I just want to play and that what makes team golf great in oregon so many to choose from.
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      • #4
        Hornings would be a great add on! We're not afraid of rooster either!
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        Last edited by Jonesy; March 17th, 2011, 12:27 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by keith_shupp View Post
          What about Camp Tadmor they have 18 holes and concrete Tee pads plus shelter. one of Oregons oldest course its private but during the winter months the camp is not used and all you have to do is call ahead to play no cost. Willamette has a shelter and would be better than Adair just down the road from each other. I talk to Bob Horning and he said the two course will have tee pads by October. Nothing like putting some pressure on Jordan his head must be about ready to blow. What ever you decide is great Jordan I just want to play and that what makes team golf great in oregon so many to choose from.
          I think that would be awesome!!

          I'd also like to throw Skyline out there. I realize it would be a bummer to pay for our rounds but it would be THE SHIZZZ to play team golf with carts

          We might be able to get a "per team" lower rate
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          • #6
            Originally posted by "Over the Hill" Bob View Post
            Willamette (should be a fun one but no shelter) (is there?)

            Bob
            Yes, there is.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Scott View Post
              Yes, there is.
              Is it accessible by Hoveround though? We need to think about everyone here, including the old people.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by keith_shupp View Post
                Willamette has a shelter and would be better than Adair
                What? Seriously? Can I get a show of hands?

                I suppose Willamette might better than Adair, in the same way that Dabney is better than Milo...

                PS: Adair has a shelter, too. Oh, plus the course is way more fun and challenging.

                PPS: No getting butt-hurt. I like Willamette too. But if I had to choose between Willamette and Adair, my choice would easily be Adair.

                PPPS: I like Dabney too. Refer to my quoted list.

                Tadmor sounds fun, I hear it is very challenging, I have never been. I wonder how well the ownership would deal with all the apple pie, etc., though...
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by TreeLove View Post
                  What? Seriously? Can I get a show of hands?
                  Willamette. Done. End of thread.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TreeLove View Post
                    What? Seriously? Can I get a show of hands?

                    I suppose Willamette might better than Adair, in the same way that Dabney is better than Milo...

                    PS: Adair has a shelter, too. Oh, plus the course is way more fun and challenging.

                    PPS: No getting butt-hurt. I like Willamette too. But if I had to choose between Willamette and Adair, my choice would easily be Adair.

                    PPPS: I like Dabney too. Refer to my quoted list.

                    Tadmor sounds fun, I hear it is very challenging, I have never been. I wonder how well the ownership would deal with all the apple pie, etc., though...

                    I like Adair too but Im not a big fan of rubber and two of the rubber tees go up hill instead of flat. So if I had a choice between Adair and Willamette I would go Willamette all the way. Concrete is always better than rubber when it rains.
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                    • #11
                      I vote adair. No competition

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by keith_shupp View Post
                        Concrete is always better than rubber when it rains
                        Did you mean concrete? Or tilted pavers? Because that is what Willamette offers...

                        That a bunch of stupid (JOKE!) sidearm holes!!!!!

                        (PS: Nuthin' but love for ya, WDGC....)
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by TreeLove View Post
                          Did you mean concrete? Or tilted pavers? Because that is what Willamette offers...

                          That a bunch of stupid (JOKE!) sidearm holes!!!!!

                          (PS: Nuthin' but love for ya, WDGC....)
                          Adair is a good course I love the holes in the wooded areas. you have to bounce off 15 trees to get to the basket and when its raining you have to stand on a raft while your putting going by the basket. (joking). Treelove its good for you to learn how to throw lefty holes you need to work on your side arm because you like to play milo so much and there is all those lefty holes in the woods.
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                          • #14
                            I hate Adair and Willamette is nice but too short with some of the fairways dangerously close to each other. Unless we have a team from down there I vote we don't travel at all. During the winter it's cold and dark, let's stay close to home!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Jeff Hemmerling View Post
                              I hate Adair and Willamette is nice but too short with some of the fairways dangerously close to each other. Unless we have a team from down there I vote we don't travel at all. During the winter it's cold and dark, let's stay close to home!


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