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Poll Results: In how many countries have you played golf?

 
  • 25% (8)
    1
  • 43% (14)
    2-3
  • 18% (6)
    4-5
  • 3% (1)
    6-7
  • 3% (1)
    8-9
  • 6% (2)
    10+
32 Total Votes  
post #19 of 29
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post

The Budweiser of Canada. The equivalent of Fosters in Australia.

Beer for people who don't really like beer...... a2_wink.gif
Bingo.

There's an old saying, "what do Molson and sex in a canoe have in common? They're both ****ing close to water"
post #20 of 29
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Just a 'point of information' but Molson, and Labatt for that matter, are absolute piss. When you come to Canada do yourself a favour and explore our micro-brewery offerings. I highly recommend McAuslin's beer, all they do are ales and they do it very, very well!

Ernest,

 

I got Molson on a 100*F day in Texas, and it was cold and good. So, you're saying there's even better beer?

 

If I make to Montreal, maybe we can play golf together. After the round, I'll buy the beer if you'll help me select it.

post #21 of 29
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Originally Posted by WUTiger View Post

Ernest,

I got Molson on a 100*F day in Texas, and it was cold and good. So, you're saying there's even better beer?

If I make to Montreal, maybe we can play golf together. After the round, I'll buy the beer if you'll help me select it.
That's a deal my friend.
post #22 of 29
When I think of Canadian beer I think Lucky Lager

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post #23 of 29

I agree...Canada shouldn't count.  LOL   I mean c'mon...

 

 

With that said, the most exotic place I've played is Malaysia on the Island of Penang.  It was a pretty cool experience and very hot and humid at the same time.   Big Komodo dragons were running loose on the property like squirrels run loose in the US..   they also had wild monkeys living in the trees.......it was definitely different!   I played a nice Robert Trent Jones course....the only problem was the vintage 1960s bermuda grass greens.   They were painfully slow!!   A nice layout though....

post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by BuckeyeNut View Post
 

I agree...Canada shouldn't count.  LOL   I mean c'mon...

 

 

With that said, the most exotic place I've played is Malaysia on the Island of Penang.  It was a pretty cool experience and very hot and humid at the same time.   Big Komodo dragons were running loose on the property like squirrels run loose in the US..   they also had wild monkeys living in the trees.......it was definitely different!   I played a nice Robert Trent Jones course....the only problem was the vintage 1960s bermuda grass greens.   They were painfully slow!!   A nice layout though....

 

I envy you all.  

 

The closest I've got to play golf in another country was when I hit some range balls in a golf cage aboard Norwegian Curise Line.   The ship was on Mexican water.   Does this count?

post #25 of 29

United States, Canada, Germany, Jamaica, Korea.

 

Probably not too many of you played in Korea unless you were stationed there in the military as I was. I was lucky enough that my wife let me play golf in Jamaica during our honeymoon!

post #26 of 29

Oh, how could I forget Danang, Vietnam.  Still to this day, the best golfing experience I have ever had!  Such a beautiful untouched area

post #27 of 29

I was quite surprised when I counted them all up and got to 6! 5 if you don't count my home country...

 

Australia, USA, England, France, Indonesia and Fiji

 

Hoping to add at least couple more in the next 12 months too

post #28 of 29

USA, England, Scotland, France, Germany, Australia, New Zealand & Switzerland and/or Italy (I was staying in Switzerland and played 1 or 2 courses that may have been just over the Italian border).

post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post


The Budweiser of Canada. The equivalent of Fosters in Australia.

Beer for people who don't really like beer...... a2_wink.gif

 

The Fosters we get here in the States is brewed by Molson.  Go figure.  They actually make an ale that is half way decent.  But I agree, micro brew ales rule!  Victoria Bitter is my favorite Aussie beer, of the ones I have sampled.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foster's_Lager

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