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post #19 of 36

Re: What's your course's slope rating?

The two courses I play most often:

Morgan Creek Golf Club

Black 73.3/136 (Just a few times a year off these tees)
Blue 71.7/127 (My Tees)

Northview Golf Club (former home of the PGA Tour Air Canada Championship

Palmer 73.4/138 (Twice, right after the PGA Tournament)
Championship 71.2/136 (My Tees)
post #20 of 36

Re: What's your course's slope rating?

Originally Posted by doctork View Post
Have heard of that one, Ray. Old Robert Muir Graves design, if memory serves?

Tough as everyone says, huh?

DoctorK
Doc.

+1. It is indeed a Muir Graves desgn. We are hosting this year's Scratch Players Championship the week before the US Am at Chambers Bay. http://www.scratchplayers.org/spc/index.shtml. Should be interesting to see how these guys handle the course.
post #21 of 36

Re: What's your course's slope rating?

I play a rotating schedule of public courses, slope is usually around 124-127 from the tees I hit at.
post #22 of 36

Re: What's your course's slope rating?

The muni that I regularly play at has a slope rating that is too low to post. It's a good confidence booster to play there. Big letdowns happen when I goto harder courses.
post #23 of 36

Re: What's your course's slope rating?

Originally Posted by raygrinberg View Post
Doc.

+1. It is indeed a Muir Graves desgn. We are hosting this year's Scratch Players Championship the week before the US Am at Chambers Bay. http://www.scratchplayers.org/spc/index.shtml. Should be interesting to see how these guys handle the course.
Looks like a solid tough course, you have a few nice courses in your area...
post #24 of 36

CR 71.9 & SR139 - Austerlitz Golf Club

post #25 of 36

Friendly Meadows

 

Tips 72.0/129

post #26 of 36

Pioneers Golf Course 

Blue 68.8 /107

Black 70 /110

post #27 of 36

Here is my course Deercreek Country Club

 

Gold (Par: 71 • Rating: 73.1 • Slope: 141)   
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   Out
Par
4
4
3
4
5
3
4
4
4
  35
Length
415
426
173
434
505
196
379
419
372
  3,319
Handicap
7
4
9
1
3
8
6
5
2
   
  10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18   In
Par
5
3
4
4
4
3
4
4
5
  36
Length
522
167
330
430
380
181
438
436
481
  3,365
Handicap
2
9
8
6
5
7
1
4
3
   

 

We play the golds on Saturday's and Blue's on Sunday's.

 

blue (Par: 71 • Rating: 71.5 • Slope: 130)
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   Out
Par
4
4
3
4
5
3
4
4
4
  35
Length
383
375
167
418
501
170
369
386
365
  3,134
Handicap
13
7
17
1
5
15
11
9
3
   
  10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18   In
Par
5
3
4
4
4
3
4
4
5
  36
Length
502
156
312
400
363
159
419
407
460
  3,178
Handicap
4
18
16
12
10
14
2
8
6
   
post #28 of 36

Wild Turkey

 

course rating of 74.8 and slope rating of 131.

post #29 of 36

Alvamar CC has a rating of 74 from the tips and a slope of 139. From the Greens it's 71.3 and slope is 134.

post #30 of 36

Walden Pond

73.6 136 7001 yards

post #31 of 36

134, par 71 rated at 73.7, GD 4 and 1/2 star rating.

post #32 of 36

Schaumburg Golf Course 71.7/130

post #33 of 36

68.8/122 from the whites 71.9/127 from the (my tees) blues, and 75.6/129 from the tips. The tips are 7621 yards. Absolutely ridonculous if you ask me!

post #34 of 36

My home course is apparently very easy compared to what ive read here.   Par 70, 5667 yards(from the longest tees)  course rating 65.1 and slope rating 102.   

post #35 of 36

My home course can be brutal when they roll the greens and let the rough grow out.

 

Hawks Ridge (Par 72)

Gold (My tees most of the time): 6781 73.9/144

Black (Not a good idea, ever): 7235 76.2/149

post #36 of 36
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zeph View Post

My closest course is a small 6-hole course (3860 yards), but I've got some others around here that pose a bigger challenge. The 6-hole course is short, but very narrow and with heavy undulation, so it is quite tricky. One of the holes has been changed from a short par 4 to a par 5, so the length, slope and par value will be updated this season.

6-hole course, 58.7/129
18-hole course, 73.3/149


The 18-hole course is one of the most beautiful we have in the country, and it's a challenge with 6540 yards.



for 18 holes thats 11580 yards or have i misread something  

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