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sabram

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About sabram

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  • Birthday 11/30/1951

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  1. The above post is almost 13 years old. I've now played in 48 states (all but Alaska and Hawaii) and 13 countries. Total number of courses played exceeds 750. My wife no longer thinks the golf ball collection from courses played is a good hobby.
  2. This is the second update over twelve years. I'm now over 900 courses in 48 U.S. States and 13 countries. I've photographed almost 600 courses and now have 26,000 golf course photos on my Flickr page SAbram's Golf Course photos
  3. I just saw these posts which are just a few months shy of ten years old. I did recently hit 750 courses played. Gorty, you were a fortune teller I've now played in 42 U.S. states and nine countries. I've also photographed almost 500 courses. Here's a link to my Flickr page that holds more than 20,000 golf course photoe that I've taken. Sabram's Golf Course photos
  4. Legends Heathland #14 pitcjh to green over hazard Legends Moorland #3 green
  5. I was post #4 on this thread back in 2012 and at the time had 5,000 golf course photos on my webshots page. Webshots shortly thereafter closed down. I now have 18,000 golf course photos on my Flickr page. Check it out./ Course are listed alphabetically except that the first few are the most recent ones I've photographed. sabram's golf course photos - more than 400 courses
  6. I've been to Myrtle Beach for golf trips about twenty times and have played more than 60 courses along the Grand Strand. Some of the advice on this thread is pretty wacky. If you thought that the four Barefoot courses were just "okay", you probably won't think the replacement courses that you've chosen are anything more than just "okay." Caledonia and True Blue are among the best of MB. If you are looking for a course that compares favorably to those you have to play the Dunes Club.The Dunes Club is a must play Caledonia and True Blue are at the very south end of the strand, Thi
  7. I can't say that this rainbow is perfectly placed, but the course (Teeth of the Dog at casa de Campo in La Romana, Dominican Republic) and my round where pretty awesome.
  8. I haven't visited this site in some time. I see I made post #15 on this thread in 2008. I have now played more than 750 courses. I have logo balls from more than 500 that I've played and have photographed almost 500 courses. Here's a link to some of my golf course photos. Theay are listed alphabetically except for the first few which I most recently photographed. sabram's golf course photos
  9. https://www.flickr.com/photos/golfcoursepix/sets/72157631915266314/ Wente Vineyards pix
  10. Myrtlewood is inexpensive and won't beat up a novice golfer. A step up from that is Legends Heathland. Heathland has pretty wide fairways and not many forced carries. Heather Glen and Wild Wing are nice courses that are pretty forgiving.
  11. The Caption says that it's from Streamsong. It looks like the Blue course at Streamsong.
  12. Four courses I played last week. To see more here's a link: https://www.flickr.com/photos/golfcoursepix/sets/ Torrey Pines North Barona Creek Minnesota Valley Stone Ridge
  13. Here's a link to photos of more than 40 Orlando area courses https://www.flickr.com/photos/golfcoursepix/collections/72157631972135446/
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