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Every once and a while I try to google a list of the person who has played the most golf courses.  There are rumors of a gentlemen from Scotland who has played 4000 courses.  Anyway that is how I found this cite and your post.  Congratulations, Robert, that is a big number.  Keep it going as I am right on your heels and share a similar goal.  My current course count stands at 1627.  I have played in every US state, every Canadian province with the exception of Northwest Territories and the Yukon, more than 30 countries on every continent with the exception of Antarctica.  I belong to the Outpost Club and am a golf week rater (although I played nearly 1500 golf courses before I was fortunate enough to become a rater).  I have been crusading since 2005.  I typically play and now rate at least 80 to 90 courses a year.  Some years I get over 100 but others like this years like this year thanks to COVID I will likely not get to 90.  I am 48 years old, so even at your current pace, health permitting, I have a chance to catch you.  Good luck in your quest my friend, it might be fun to swap a courses played list.  My email is davidharak@Hotmail.com     

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