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The only Gator we saw in 5 rounds was in a pond off the 18th Tee at Crow Creek.   i took some great pics of all the courses we played, except Crow Creek (forgot the Camera in the condo).  i'll post some of my favourites this weekend. 
Just an update for anyone that is headed down to Myrtle. Brief reviews of the courses we played, ranked from best to worst:     Rivers Edge - Fantastic! Great layout, excellent shape, challenging and very scenic and picturesque - definitely my favorite of the trip   Cape Fear National - Awesome course.  For a relatively new course, it looks very mature, and its in great condition. It was a good challenge, lots of sand and water to contend with. Extremely friendly and...
Thanks a lot man, I think we are going to do that one night for sure. Any idea how much cab fare up to the Calabash area would be from Chuck's, in case we decide to enjoy a few to many beers after dinner?
yeah, we are really pleased with the deal.   We will probably dine out in the main Myrtle Beach area one night. Any suggestions on a good steakhouse that isn't too extravagantly priced?
 Yeah, I know there are definitely better tracks, but we wanted to get down south for the drive and to spend part of a day down there. This was the only course that could be included in our package.   We paid about $428 per person and got the following:  4 nights in a 3 bedroom condo, 5 rounds as listed in the first post, lunch and 2 beers at each course and a dozen Pro-V's. Any other comments regarding the courses we are playing?
Hey All,   I'm headed down to North Myrtle next week and our travel agent booked us a package including the following courses. Any feedback on the course conditions, layouts, overall quality, etc. would be appreciated.   1. Crow Creek 2. Rivers Edge 3. Carolina National 4. Cape Fear National. 5. Founder's Club at Pawley's   Also, we are staying near Crow Creek, so any recommendations of restaurants/nightlife within a short cab ride would be appreciated.   Thanks!
I have heard that Tommy Armour equipment is now exclusively available through the Sports Authority. I'm not sure if its the same equipment made by the Tommy Armour Golf company before, or if the name was sold to the Sports Authority and is now a cheaper quality club. The only experience I have had with Tommy Armour products was great. The best club I've ever owned was a Tommy Armour "845 Sickle" - it was a 24* hybrid/fairway wood. It was the straightest most accurate...
I recently picked up the r9 460. I am thinking of chopping it down by an inch or an inch and a half. I am 6'1", and actually have a 1/2" extension in my irons, but I find it a lot harder to control the driver with a long shaft in it. does anyone have experience cutting this particular driver down? Good/bad results with cutting the stock shaft?
I'm an accountant, , , , i know, exciting stuff. . .
I'm currently in love with my Bridgestone e6's - for the price i cant find a ball that i like any better.
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