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https://www.flickr.com/photos/golfcoursepix/sets/72157631915266314/  Wente Vineyards pix
Myrtlewood is inexpensive and won't beat up a novice golfer. A step up from that is Legends Heathland. Heathland has pretty wide fairways and not many forced carries. Heather Glen and Wild Wing are nice courses that are pretty forgiving.
 The Caption says that it's from Streamsong. It looks like the Blue course at Streamsong.
Four courses I played last week. To see more here's a link: https://www.flickr.com/photos/golfcoursepix/sets/   Torrey Pines North   Barona Creek   Minnesota Valley Stone Ridge
The Berkshire Blue Course near London  
Here's a link to photos of more than 40 Orlando area courses https://www.flickr.com/photos/golfcoursepix/collections/72157631972135446/
I played a course called Poggio dei Medici in Scarperia. It's about 30 km north of Florence. Beautiful setting.Here's a link to photos   https://www.flickr.com/photos/golfcoursepix/sets/72157647448235146/    
You should have asked before you booked. 
Why not? What's wrong with a hole where the best shot isn't down the middle? Doesn't it make it interesting to change it up by including a hole where the best choice is a particular side of the fairway? I've played some great holes with center bunkers.
Your premise is flawed. The opposite of a course that makes you think isn't an easy course.  "Thinking" courses don't have to be difficult. The best courses make you think but aren't punitive.  A course where you automatically lose a shot by missing a fairway is not a course that makes you think. It's the opposite if it doesn't give you options. A good course makes you think by giving you options. For example, go for one side of the fairway that has hazards but gives an...
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