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Arnold Palmer's Top 10 Courses in the United States

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I've played three. Wheee.

 

How many have you guys played?

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Zero. Not even Bay Hill. Gotta fix that this year.
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I've played three. Wheee.

 

How many have you guys played?

 

Just one, Pebble

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Played Bay Hill and Pinehurst #2. Thankfully both were free. My bachelor party next spring is pebble, spyglass, and some course in Vegas.
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Just three - Pebble, Pinehurst No. 2 and Oakland Hills.  Of the other seven, I think only Bay Hill is public access so at best I am going to have four some day.

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None. :( ... What are 6 and 7??

Looks like "Lemonade" and "Laurel Valley." Pretty sure at least the first one is wrong. ;)
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#6 Seminole? I played Pinhurst 2 way back in the early 80s.
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Yea it looks like Seminole and Laurel Valley. Could be wrong on the second one. 

 

Oooo, surprising Latrobe didn't make the cut. 

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Yea it looks like Seminole and Laurel Valley. Could be wrong on the second one. 

 

Oooo, surprising Latrobe didn't make the cut. 


There's no question that's what they are.

 

Latrobe is just the course he grew up playing. It's not great. Laurel Valley has been his "home" in PA for awhile now.

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Zero.  But #1 is on my bucket list.

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Zero.  But #1 is on my bucket list.
Same here. Would also like to make a trip to Pinehurst some day ... but that's probably a ways down the list. Too many other places that are either more feasible (Pebble, Bandon, a few in Hawaii) or more desirable (UK) before I get around to Pinehurst. :)
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Yea it looks like Seminole and Laurel Valley. Could be wrong on the second one. 

 

Oooo, surprising Latrobe didn't make the cut. 


There's no question that's what they are.

 

Latrobe is just the course he grew up playing. It's not great. Laurel Valley has been his "home" in PA for awhile now.

 

Ahh, gotcha. Thanks. 

 

Zero for me too, BTW. One day. 

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Oakmont.  Although the course played me more than I played it.

 

Nailed the church pews on 3 and 4!

 

Made it extra fun to go back and watch the Women's Open there a few years ago.

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Zero... I don't see that changing anytime soon, either.

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2 (Pinehurst and Bay Hill).   working on #3 soon...

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Just two off his list. Pebble, and Oakland Hills..........if it's the one in Michigan. 

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I snuck onto Seminole once & hit a few putts if that counts.

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