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How far south do I need to go to golf?

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Here I sit in St. Paul Minnesota and I really really want to golf.  The simulators just aren't cutting it, I need to be on grass!

 

How far south do I need to go to find the first open golf courses?  Any help is appreciated greatly!

post #2 of 6

Yo Busta, I'm biased but I'd suggest looking around Orlando or Tampa. We've had a couple cold snaps come thru but all courses are open everyday in this region.

post #3 of 6

You can still play in Carolina this time of year.  Anything south of that is obviously playable.

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My folks are in myrtle beach - it's been below freezing down there for practically the last month.     I'm going to vegas in 3 weeks to golf ... love the dessert courses.       Bookit.com  hooked me up with a great deal on plane, car & room at a casino on the strip ... forget south, "go west young man" !     Can't wait to get on here ... click on flyover video

 

http://www.golfwolfcreek.com/sites/courses/layout9.asp?id=863&page=56985


Edited by inthehole - 1/7/11 at 5:58pm
post #5 of 6

usually both of the carolina's are playable this time of year. but i prefer savannah and south of it.

post #6 of 6

Willingers.  (Only Kidding.)

 

Carolinas are hit or miss this time of year. If you want to be assured of denet golf waether, Florida, AZ or Mexico are the best bets

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