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Golfweek & Golf Magazine Top Courses Delaware

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Looking at planning a trip this summer. I have played all the courses on Golfweek Magazines List of Top Courses You Can Play ... in Florida, Nebraska and South Carolina and more than 1/2 of those listed for New York.

Since I will be in the Phiily area, I thought I would knock out the five courses that are listed for Delaware... below are the 2019 list of courses, any comments, insights, suggestions would be appreciated.

Bayside Resort GC, Fenwick Island

Bear Trap Dunes, Bethany Beach

Baywood Greens, Long Neck

White Clay Creek, Wilmington

Deerfield Golf & Tennis Club, Newark

Based on what I have been told so far, the first three listed courses are near each other, and I should look for lodging that is close and I can stay there and it would be a short drive to each of the courses.  Any recommendations for accommodations would be appreciated.  THANKS

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The only one I’ve played is Deerfield, but that’s a very nice course. Not sure I’d take a road trip to play it, but it’s solid. 

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I've played Baywood Greens several times on annual Ocean City MD golf trips. It's always the best course we play each week. As far as distance to other courses Delaware is so small of a state that no drive is ever more than about an hour and a half. I'd play all of them and if I had time spend a few days in Atlantic City NJ which has 20 great courses within 30 minutes or so. 

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