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  • Zeta Crossfire
    started a topic Favorite course?

    Favorite course?

    I have only played like 5 courses but i have to say either orchard or Wortmans park is my fav.

    Whats yours?

  • Burge
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    In some particular order:

    Jefferson Barracks
    Downriver
    Highbridge
    Pier
    Stimpi Ridge
    Corbin Park
    Farragut
    Sea Tac
    and the occasional 36 hole temporary at Stimpi: Jumanji

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  • overstable, underthrown
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    Oh, almost forgot the MA course on Martha's vineyard...really cool. Can't decide my favorite course of all time, but Enman field in ME, Maple Hill in MA, Wickam park in CT, Wickam park in FL, Oak grove in Pasedena & La Mirada, CA are my favorites across the country. For OR: I have to agree that Whistlers, Milo, Trojan, Adair are at the top of my list for beauty and challenge. I need to play Shasta, but Lava Launch (Mt. Bachelor) is my pick for most spectacular views. We are totally spoiled in OR!!!!

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  • overstable, underthrown
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    Originally posted by sands.steven View Post
    Easton, MA

    This park is a long 18 with white/blue tees as well as white/blue baskets in place all the time. with 72 possible holes combos everyday, no one gets bored. The setting is an old stone manor property which covers four town borders hence "Borderland". Highlights include a Stone mansion, Open fields for drives, dedicated practice basket, manicured gardens, benches, streams, open water.... to look at, and challenging glacial moraine terrain with rock outcroppings and tight broadleaf forest.

    Lots of amazing courses in Oregon also!!!!
    What about Wickam park in Hartford, CT--beautiful! Also Pyramids, Maple Hill, and Buffumsville Lake (27 holes w/pro tees off the dam)....but Borderland is great because of the terrain and combinations of tee/basket courses. I liked blue tees to white baskets best. Been 3 years since I was back there.

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  • Flatroc
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    best in the west > 24/7

    Originally posted by NWDiscer View Post
    Seems a little biased to me.......


    Sure hope to see ya in June Yose
    Send it in soon Scott.

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  • captain jack
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    Huntington Beach, CA.
    La Mirada, CA.
    SeaTac, WA.

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  • Bullseye
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    Originally posted by the flogging putter View Post
    1. Whistlers
    2. Trojan
    3. Mt. Shasta
    4. Pier
    5. Dexter

    P.S. i need to play Milo
    What the hell? You haven't played Milo yet? So sad.

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  • Joshua Olmsted
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    This is a fantastic thread, I love thinking about all my favorite courses I might play if I could go anywhere and had all the time.
    The course I still feel is the best I've ever played would have to be lake Casitas near Ojai CA, that course was just too beautiful, and it helped that I parked their 500'+ top of the world hole to 5'.
    Coming very very close, and my vote for best in OR would have to be Milo, followed by Whistlers, followed by my home course Pier. And to round out the top 5 I might have to pick my new home course in Tacoma Steilacoom, for all the crap it gets for being really confusing it's a really fun place to throw once you learn a few of the layouts, and I only know 4 of the 14 currently.

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  • NWDiscer
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    Originally posted by Flatroc View Post
    's in the spring
    's in the fall
    's in the summer
    's in the winter

    Seems a little biased to me.......


    Sure hope to see ya in June Yose

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  • Flatroc
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    in order

    's in the spring
    's in the fall
    's in the summer
    's in the winter

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  • Wes Hansen
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    MILO
    Whistler's
    The former Gran Canyon in Brooksville, FL
    Dexter
    Waterworks in KC

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  • BlarneyStoner
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    1. Lucky Mud
    2. Milo
    3. Whistler's
    4. Horning's
    5. Pier

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  • the flogging putter
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    1. Whistlers
    2. Trojan
    3. Mt. Shasta
    4. Pier
    5. Dexter

    P.S. i need to play Milo

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  • TYVEK
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    Fort stillicoom, Seatac, and the course i learned on-Yauger park. if you are driving through Olympia you should stop and check out Yauger park. its not huge, but it is getting much better!

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  • Sam
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    1. Milo
    2. Whistlers
    3. Dexter
    4. Adair
    5. Coyote Point at Lake Casitas

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