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Christine Fowler

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I am new to the scene here in Carson and Reno I am from the Bay Area in California I enjoy often a lot of the beautiful costal golf spots there,  few buddies of mine have brought me to a few nice gold grounds out here. I wanted to know most personally recommend golf grounds here in Northern Nevada. 

Seeking to find spots, I’m no professional but I enjoy golfing for the fun and the atmosphere of it. 

Shared some pictures of fun times in Pebble Beach beautiful weather love it there I go often. 

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On July 29, 2019 at 5:52 AM, Christine Fowler said:

I am new to the scene here in Carson and Reno I am from the Bay Area in California I enjoy often a lot of the beautiful costal golf spots there,  few buddies of mine have brought me to a few nice gold grounds out here. I wanted to know most personally recommend golf grounds here in Northern Nevada. 

Seeking to find spots, I’m no professional but I enjoy golfing for the fun and the atmosphere of it. 

Shared some pictures of fun times in Pebble Beach beautiful weather love it there I go often. 

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What kind of info are you interested in? 

I live in Kings beach (Tahoe) and play all around the area. Mostly play Reno when the courses up here close in late October and snow starts flying.

Some great courses up here in North Lake but pretty $$$ since it's a tourist area. Old greenwood,greys crossing, coyote moon, Tahoe donner, northstar, old brockway, and incline village championship are the best.

Plumas county has the best courses around for the $$. Whitehawk ranch, grizzly ranch, plumas pines, the dragon, and Graeagle meadows are all worth playing

Reno has 3 munis owned by the city. Sierra sage, Wildcreek, and washoe. Personally I like Sierra sage best for winter golf since it's only $15 to walk all you can play twilight. I would take Wildcreek over washoe

Red hawk is my go to for mid-tier. 2 different courses with reasonable fees ($39 twilight) and some cool views from the hills course. Other mid-tier in the area are wolf run, lakeridge, toyiobe, and Dayton valley. 

Never played Genoa lakes but it's supposed to be nice and has 2 different courses right at the base of the mountains below heavenly ski resort.

In south lake Edgewood is the creme de la creme of local courses but will run you $$$$. Lake Tahoe muni in south lake is a fun course with cool views but would stay away on weekends since it gets a ton of play 

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