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Scottsdale, AZ.....Jan 30th- Feb 3rd.  Four days of golf, one day at WM Open.  Tentative plans include: both We-Ko-Pa courses, both Troon North courses, Southern Dunes, Dinosour Mountain, or maybe SunRidge Canyon.

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Just a few short weeks till we fly out to Orlando for 14 days . As previous are going to play a few rounds here and there and thank everyone for their past recommendations . Have decided on Falcons Fire , Panther lake /Crooked Cat  , The mickey Mouse course , and  Celebration . Might squeeze another in , will probably do the Disney walking 9 one evening . On that note what time does it get dark in October?

PS if anyone wants a round while in  London PM me . 
 

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On 8/1/2018 at 10:13 AM, DDBowdoin said:

My cousin lives 3 miles from Ballybunion.  I played there in 2008 and am itching for a return.  I remember buying 500 dollars worth of Goretex rain gear and gloves and I found 79 degrees with sun and not a lick of rain on the course!  What a memory! As a single they paired me up with a father/son and the sons best friend.  His friend was a low level tour player in England and played the tips.  I played up that day because I shot an 82 to his 69 but it was so damn inspiring seeing someone control that course! What memories.

I went to Ireland in a few years ago and played Ballybinion and loved it! My caddie was kind of a dick but the course was beautiful, the weather great and playing golf in 🇮🇪 Was a bucket list thing. I’d love to play it again.

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Chattanooga TN...gonna play Black Creek and hopefully get to play Council Fire

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On 1/7/2018 at 1:53 PM, HJJ003 said:

Kiva Dunes, Gulf Shores Alabama. Technically it’s a family vacation but all the guys golf so we will play Kiva and maybe one other course. 

Kiva is fantastic also Craft Farms, Pensinsula, Lost Key, Perdido Bag area courses. But Kiva is the most beautiful 

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5 hours ago, MCrisp said:

Kiva is fantastic also Craft Farms, Pensinsula, Lost Key, Perdido Bag area courses. But Kiva is the most beautiful 

It was nice for sure. We had some major winds that were brutal but it was pretty cool course. 

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