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[url=https://flic.kr/p/6zvkUe][img]http://thesandtrap.com/content/type/61/id/105290/[/img][/url][url=https://flic.kr/p/6zvkUe]last hole at congressional[/url] by [url=https://www.flickr.com/people/66597387@N00/]Super Dave Chen[/url], on Flickr From a few years ago, this is my cousin teeing off on the last hole of the Gold course at Congressional Country Club.

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Trenton Golf Course. Trenton, Ga.

Hole 10 as we are waiting for a group of seniors to tee off.

Hole 16. Takes about a 220 to 250 yard layup and then a short iron across the water.

Lots of severe slopes on this course.

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Here's my local course during the rain yesterday!

Here's the one I played in Spain on holiday

OFF TOPIC

Do you think the cart is close enough to the green?  Try parking ON the green next time.   LOL

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I often take my wife to Lomas Santa Fe Executive.  Here's a picture of my wife playing golf there:


That's great that she plays the white tees. She must be pretty good!

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Home course #10 2004

Large Oak nearest to the fairway was dying and needed to come down for safety reasons.

Pine trees behind the green were part of the pine tree eradication program to improve the health of the golf course through additional sunlight and airflow.

2014

New bunkering closer to the fairway, in place of the oak tree. All new bunkers up at the green as well. Turf conditions 100% improved.

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@sabram

Great pictures.  Love the fall colors at Minnesota Valley. That was quite a golf week you had.

The 6th at Torrey Pines north, that one I've played, tricky green.  That would be my home course if it wasn't so hard to get on.  4 miles from my home. I love how on most of that course you can't see any structures or roads, just golf course and nature.  That's pretty rare in Southern California, especially on the coast.

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