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Let's revive a year old thread for us newbies who just joined.

Here's my home course.  I live in the apartments surrounding it and get to play extremely cheap.

It's not a long course, but there are some tricky holes that makes it a lot of fun.

 

http://www.hurricanegolfcc.com/

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My home course is Eagle Ridge at Yatesville Ky..., an absolute beautiful and very challenging yet very affordable place to play.

 

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=686034254801794

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Looks nice, I have tripped planned there for the 8th of August and I am very much looking forward to playing there.

 

God Bless!!! Ray

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Originally Posted by Rewster66 View Post
 

Looks nice, I have tripped planned there for the 8th of August and I am very much looking forward to playing there.

 

God Bless!!! Ray

Ha, small world! I think you'll enjoy it. It's a tough course. It's also very well maintained and manicured. Rain has not been abundant this year, so the greens are running much faster than they usually are.

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http://toddcreekgolfclub.com/

 

If you check out the scorecard look at the tee recommendations based on handicap. One of the few courses in the area that does it, though I can't say they enforce it, you can play where you want. But gold and black is usually too much for most even with elevation. IMO toughest hole is 5.

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http://www.clubcorp.com/Clubs/Eagles-Landing-Country-Club/Amenities/Golf

 

My dad and I both took up golf when our family moved into the community and the initiation fee for membership came with the house that they bought.  However, I quickly lost interest in the game because I was just starting college and was too into my computer than trying to learn how to golf.  So I ended up squandering 6-7 years of amazing and free(already paid for) practice facilities and unlimited rounds of golf when I was still living at their house.

 

Now my dad shoots in the low 80s and I just picked up the game again this spring(caught the bug bad) struggling to break a 100.  I wish I had taken advantage of what was given to me then and I think about it every time I pay 10 bucks for a bucket of balls at a so-so driving range or forking up money for green fees at a public course.  Really wish I caught the golf bug earlier.

 

Anyway, I still get to play here on the family membership and generally play with my dad here every weekend so I consider it my home course.  It's beautiful, very well maintained and quite challenging.

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