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I've played all of the courses mentioned on this thread several times. TPC is nice but not  in my top five favorites. I'm suprised by the negative comments about Oyster Bay, Tigers Eye and the Legends courses.  My only complaint about the Legends is the slow pace of play beacuse they are crowded. But I think the layouts are terrfific, particularly the Moorland and Heathland courses.   If you are already set to play at Barefoot, I would suggest you play all of your...
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Ballyneal is other-worldly and worth the trip from anywhere. I've played 600 courses and BN is in my top ten.   Here's a link to photos, although the photos do not do justice to the experience.   http://sports.webshots.com/album/578350365ejhJvm    
1 - Cost 2 - Pace of Play 3 - Greens in good condition   If you are affiliated with the Deltona Club, you need do nothing except publicize the course and  perhaps enforce fast pace of play. I love that course (since the Bobby Weed renovation). Great layout and fairly priced. There are a lot of good golf courses surrounding Orlando and Deltona is one of the best even though most people don't know about it. Here is a link to my pix of Deltona...
Pound Ridge is a  pretty and inetesrting course. It is on a small piece of property so the holes are squeezed in and the some of the fairways are pretty tight. You will need to be straight off the tee. The land is rolling and scenic. It is a good, but not great course. Bethpage is a better option if you are visiting the NY metro area .  However, there are not many public options in the Westchester/Fairfield area so it is a good choice by default. It is...
Here is a link to my list of best places tomplay around Vegas with photos   http://golfcourses.weebly.com/las-vegas-nv.html
The four Big Cats at Ocean Ridge is a good deal. Tigers Eye and Leopards Chase are the two higher end courses there. Play them last. If you play them first you'll be diappointed in Loins Paw and Panthers Run. But if you play PR and LC first, you'll like them and then top it off by the other two.   Her are links to my photos:   http://sports.webshots.com/photo/2304884930100544033aTlVkV   - Leopards Chase    http://sports.webshots.com/album/562767212CyJfgZ?start=36 -...
I've played all four Barefoot courses, all of them more than once excep the Dye course which I just played this month for the first time. All four courses are worth playing. Norman is generally thought of as the fourth best there. You will get arguments from many people about which of the other three is the best. They each have their supporters. Dye is the toughest, but a lot of the difficulty is an illusion. There are lots of huge wste bunkers and some forced carries,...
Not just maintenance. How did they build it?  
Sorry to hear the conditioning reports on Augustine. It was such a nice course
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