There are 2 things that I wanted to get out of this thread. One, I wanted people to describe (in great detail) their ideal golf course. Consider all aspects of the course from layout, hole lengths, scenery, features, club house, staff, club house layout - the course in general. Pretend that money was not a factor and you had an unlimited budget to create your dream course. What would it look like? Are there streams and fescue lining each fairway? Are your Par 3s majestic little plateaus with a green going up hill with a raging (designed) river in front of the tee box?
If your home course is already your ideal course, simply list any changes you would make to it while describing the course itself.
Personally, my ideal course is one that is nestled into a very old and gigantic forest. No additional trees are cut out except to accommodate the tee, fairway and greens. These are massive, old, trees where 4 adults touching fists could not circle the base of these trees. There would be many streams and rivers meandering throughout the course and creating multiple "lay-up" fairway "pads". The club house would be a log cabin-esque layout similar to a hunting lodge in Montana. The staff would be primarily young, only to be able to have the speed to go above and beyond to make sure each and every golfer leaves with a smile. Being that money were no object, I would also recruit several Hooters waitresses to run my bar as well... that's a given!
On the flip side, I also dream of hitting the Powerball or Mega Millions so that I can build a course in the tropics and have special guests like Jimmy Buffet playing drinking tunes at the 19th with pig roasts and volleyball. Unlimited buckets of loaded coronas being passed around (shot of cuervo to top off the corona).
Hell, I'm 27 and easy to please... let's face it. Pretty girls, cold drinks and good music at "after parties" at the 19th and I'm all in!
Unfortunately, there are no courses similar to this in any way by me. Basically just your run of the mill plain and boring courses. I usually have to drive 20-30 miles to find something fresh and exciting.