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Let's see...USA, Canada, Mexico, and Jamaica. So 4. I do live in New Mexico which a lot of people think is another country so 5 maybe 😝

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Only two for me. Here in the United States and for three years when I was stationed in Scotland. I was fortunate enough to have been gifted a membership to the Cowal Golf Club in Dunoon Scotland.

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I've played in USA, Mexico (Cancun), and the Bahamas. I live 20 miles from Canada and amazingly, like @iacas, I don't think I have ever played a real round of golf there. 

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I have lucky enough to have traveled since playing my first round of golf on Aug. 20, 2000. I have played in USA, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Bahamas, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, England, France, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Czech Republic, Italy, Austria, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, South Africa, Morocco, United Arab Emirates, That makes 25 countries.

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3 USA, Canada, and Philippines.

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US, Mexico, Ireland and Spain.
Hoping when the wife retires soon, we will play a few of the island courses in the Gulf.
Also hoping to play Scotland some day if this friggin covid crap ever clears up... 😞

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Ten but hopefully will get to add at least one more. U.S., Oz, Bahrain, Indonesia, Jamaica, Papua Hew Guinea, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.

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On 9/2/2021 at 10:48 AM, KMP said:

Ten but hopefully will get to add at least one more. U.S., Oz, Bahrain, Indonesia, Jamaica, Papua Hew Guinea, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.

Forgot Venezuela although the course was forgettable.

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US, Canada, Bermuda, Bahamas, Jamaica, St. Martin, Mexico, Ireland and I guess Northern Ireland is a separate country, right? So, nine.

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Only in the US..

Had a chance to play in Germany few years ago but we got rained out. I was so hoping to check that box. Looked like a beautiful course too when we had driven by the prior day. 

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55 minutes ago, GolfLug said:

Only in the US..

Had a chance to play in Germany few years ago but we got rained out. I was so hoping to check that box. Looked like a beautiful course too when we had driven by the prior day. 

I’ve traveled all over the world and seen many beautiful courses that I wish I had time to play. Sad.

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Only 2, USA and England. Really want to get to Scotland and Ireland to play.

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40 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

I’ve traveled all over the world and seen many beautiful courses that I wish I had time to play. Sad.

Almost all international travel I do is for work, so was always easy to not plan/make time for golf. Never did make it a priority. I want to change that mindset and narrative - heck Canada would be a nice and relatively easy box to check off.

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16 minutes ago, GolfLug said:

Almost all international travel I do is for work, so was always easy to not plan/make time for golf. Never did make it a priority. I want to change that mindset and narrative - heck Canada would be a nice and relatively easy box to check off.

Bermuda is closer to you and warmer!

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