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To the OP: I got to play Seascape a few times about two years ago.  Fun course and more forgiving than it looks - so many holes run down valleys, so the hillsides can often help push wayward balls back towards the fairway. That was a bonus for me!   In terms of sub-$50 faves, I really like the front 9 at Shoreline.  Every hole has a different feel.  The back nine?  Well, three or four holes are a bit repetitive, but overall, I think it's a good deal and a fun...
Lake Chabot GC in Oakland CA  (http://www.lakechabotgolf.com/) Has a Par 6 18th. Has a blind Par 3 9th hole that must be over 100yds straight down - you can't see the green from the blue tees (but you can see across the Bay). (Used to have a periscope on the 14th to check if the fairway was clear - sadly, that's gone now.)   ...I LOVE that course....  Play it about five times a year.   (Plus, it's super hilly, which I don't get at all in Oklahoma.)
1) I live in Oklahoma - golf year round.  Jan-Feb can be in the 30s but also as high as the 70s (rarely).  I play as long as they let me out.2) Yes. 3)  I got:#1 TOUR B330-S 50.00%#2 e6 50.00% Either one would be fine.  I'll send a PM.
OK... just a little nit to pick, but OU only had two losses. As for the selection of the Sooners over Oregon, I think you're right -- the Sugar Bowl probably felt that more Sooner fans would travel than Oregon fans.  That said, OU was still a top 10 team, and the claim that Oregon is a better team than OU?  Well, maybe. (...Of course, that's what everyone said about Alabama before the Sugar Bowl too.  )
And an 86 -- about where I can be happy.   ...Except I was playing with two single-digit players, so I got reminded just how much work is left before I even start striking the ball well...  Eegads, they were good.
And  92 this morning.   Must admit that I am more a 90's golfer than an 80's golfer. Even if I can occasionally put it all together.  Lost a lot of strokes putting today.
It's all the same - I've never met a club that I can't hit poorly or inconsistently.
..and promptly followed that up with a 94... 
Finally broke back into the 70's again with a 78.   Based on my driving, I didn't deserve it. Any course that punished you for missing a fairway would have had me grinding to beat 90 instead of 80.  That said, I hit the recovery shots, chips, and putts that I needed to.  Really fun day.
When I saw the title, my reaction was:   I'm so frustrated and want to quit work!   ...I need to play more golf!
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