Originally Posted by misty_mountainhop
OK, I'll play. In no particular order, I'd go for:
Royal Melbourne (in fact, any of the Melbourne Sandbelt...
I don't have the means or the connections to play the top private courses but of the top 100 public I've played:
Torrey Pines South
Boyne Highlands Heather,...
Originally Posted by bkuehn1952
Yes, the South. I did not find the holes all that memorable. The caddies were just a couple of junior high school kids. The course is a top notch parkland-style...
Originally Posted by buddhabob
Turtleback hold off on the plaid pants o.k.? It does not follow that Nicklaus would be spraying shots all over the place. I understand the logic of your proposal but Nicklaus was in...
Originally Posted by brj872
Axing Norman as the captain because he prefers Omega to Rolex is a joke. Sad that he will no longer involved in the tournament.
What are you talking about? I haven't read the entire...
I think this is a poorly designed hole. Can't tell from the pictures but is there a reason the fairway ends 250 yards from the tee? I suppose the architect wanted to tempt the better player to carry to the next fairway but it...
The Rules of Golf says:
"If the ball lies in a hazard, the player must not touch or move any loose impediment lying in or touching the same hazard – see Rule 13-4c."
Here is rule 13-4:
13-4. Ball in...
My local muni is well kept, has nice greens, little sand but is not easy for the average golfer. 70.8 rating, 136 slope from the back tees which are just over 6400 yards. The greens are true and probably run 7-8.
I'd guess a PGA...