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Well summer is nearly upon us. So where do you plan to play in and around Southern California this season?

I will mostly be playing local courses here in OC. Birch Hills and Brea Creek are my usual spots. But I would like to play Mountain Meadows, Diamond Bar and Coyote Hills this year. Maybe get down to San Diego once or twice.

Any suggestions?

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L.A. City courses for sure.  Rancho Park and I need to get to Wilson more often.  Even when I play poorly there, I enjoy it.  I guess I should play Brookside (it's local anyway).

I'll wander down to O.C. a few times, so if you're looking for a playing partner, I'd love to meet (or meet again;  I forget if we've met) and play.  I gather you're in north O.C.;  that's fine by me (easier for me to get to).  I also want to get to Marine Memorial and to San Clemente Municipal at some point if we can. 

I will also probably continue my tradition of playing a birthday round (late June) at the Pete Dye course at Westin Mission Hills.  I also plan to play their Gary Player course this summer (I have also said that the past three years and didn't).   I hope to also play Desert Falls and a few other courses in the Palm Desert area.

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5 hours ago, Shindig said:

L.A. City courses for sure.  Rancho Park and I need to get to Wilson more often.  Even when I play poorly there, I enjoy it.  I guess I should play Brookside (it's local anyway).

I'll wander down to O.C. a few times, so if you're looking for a playing partner, I'd love to meet (or meet again;  I forget if we've met) and play.  I gather you're in north O.C.;  that's fine by me (easier for me to get to).  I also want to get to Marine Memorial and to San Clemente Municipal at some point if we can. 

I will also probably continue my tradition of playing a birthday round (late June) at the Pete Dye course at Westin Mission Hills.  I also plan to play their Gary Player course this summer (I have also said that the past three years and didn't).   I hope to also play Desert Falls and a few other courses in the Palm Desert area.

I’m sure we’ll be able to link up at some point. I am okay with trying a few LA courses before the summer is over. Where is Marine Memorial? Camp Pendleton?

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7 hours ago, tehuti said:

I’m sure we’ll be able to link up at some point. I am okay with trying a few LA courses before the summer is over. Where is Marine Memorial? Camp Pendleton?

Yep.  It's a nice course, too.  There's a way for us civilians to get on the base to play.  We even had a TST meetup there a few years ago.

Maybe I should try to organize a TST So Cal meetup in July or something. 

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