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Dark Horse golf club Auburn ca.This is one of the hardest tracks Iv'e ever played!

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Today was a dousey to much course for me to handle!!. Greens ran at 11.0 I tried to play from the tips with some wind, I was also a little tired and slightly off with my driver. This made it tough I shot 85 in pga tour conditions. Next time I play from the men's tees. Mostly missed fairways and short game. One hole I putted off the green but on a few I had some nice lags. They were so much quicker than what i'm used to and with the wind just made the long par 4's with 240 yard forced carry's kinda intimidating seeing that I carry it 265 with no wind.



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I still want to get out and play Dark Horse someday.  I played The Ridge golf course around 5 years ago, which is also near Auburn, I think, and it was one of the toughest courses I've played.  After the round, people mentioned that Dark Horse was the same way.  Forced carries, undulating greens that can be very fast, etc.  I think I four-putted twice that day.  

Other than the difficulty, what did you think of the course?

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