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Mikejtilley, you picked my favorite holes on the course. you just forgot 7, 8, 9, 13, and 17.


7 is an awesome hole.  8 is a pain for a par 3 with the pot bunkers flanking the green and 13 was my favorite project working out there with the new style bunker.  I didn't want to flood the thread with pictures or else I would have posted one of each hole haha.  The whole course really is beautiful.

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My homecourse in Sweden, Sand Golf Club. Great course and the photos are from the second and 14th hole. 

I didn't play real well last week in Pinehurst, but I took a few photos at MidPines, one of my favorite courses in the area.  First, the view down the first fairway: An inviting drive down

Two pictures to kick off. One from a brief visit to Royal Troon earlier this week. This looks across the par 5 16th. The rough looks well set for the Open Championship in July.  The other is of t

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The downhill par three sixth in mid-December, which will look even better when the heather flowers in a few months' time. Awesome hole.

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jsgolfer just posted a photo of Half Moon Bay that reminded me of this one I took a few years back.  This is the par-5 18th at Waterville Golf Links on the south coast of Ireland.

Nearing the end of a lovely day of golf.

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Hi Jakester,  I saw the reference to southeast Wisconsin.  When I was 13 years old I spent a summer on my aunt and uncle's dairy farm near Dousman (now sold and developed into housing).  It was just a few miles from Kettle Moraine Golf Course, so we played there at least ten times.  I remember it being really fun.  Is that near you?

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

My father and I would play that course back in the mid-70's for a quick round of golf.   I would have never thought it would show up here.  Solano Beach.

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This little Gem in Pharump,NV is always worth the drive for us locals in Las Vegas who know about how nice this course is for ridiculously cheap.. Today was pretty windy throughout the day, at one point we waited a few minutes for the huge cloud of dust to pass so we could see the green.

Moutain Falls Golf Club #9 (Two Greens are on this hole due to originally being a 9 hole course.)

Mini Dust Storm

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Played Mountain falls golf course in Pahrump,NV yesterday (not as windy as my last post from Mountain Falls)

This little guy was crossing the fairway. Anybody know what kind of snake this is  ?

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Played Mountain falls golf course in Pahrump,NV yesterday (not as windy as my last post from Mountain Falls)

This little guy was crossing the fairway. Anybody know what kind of snake this is  ?

Bull Snake/Gopher Snake?

http://www.ndow.org/Species/Reptiles/Great_Basin_Gopher_Snake/

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First evening holes at Hindhead and the light was just incredible - shame I didn't have the proper camera with me, but the phone will have to do!

First green:

Second from tee:

Third from tee: (awesome hole - bank of heather right, huge drop off left)

And to top things off, a deer from where we get our logo, halfway up the bank of heather:

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