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  1. I would also recommend Bethpage, there are 5 courses I believe, all named by color. Black is obviously the one to play and the hardest to get on. I've played that once, and it took us two tries to get on. If you are going to try to play that course and you are NOT a residence of New York, there are a few hoops you will have to jump through. If you are military as well, they do a very generous military discount. The rest of the courses vary in difficulty and are not as hard to get a tee time for. I would put this on a bucket list if it's not already.
  2. let me know how it is and what there is to do out there aside from AMAZING golf, my buddy and I are planning on a trip out there next year! Enjoy the trip!!!!
  3. I simply think that a higher handicap golfer prefers and plays better on slower greens, and a lower handicap golfer plays better on faster greens. I think it's a confidence issue. A higher handicapper may not be so sure of his/her putting stroke or may just be trying to not three putt a hole. A lower handicapper tends to be more confident in their stroke all while being able to have better distance control.
  4. Hello everyone, I am a new member as of a few days ago. I was wondering if anyone has ever participated in the Tour on the Shore for Maryland and Delaware? If so, what did you think about it? How was your experience?
  5. Every year I organize a group of about 20 guys and we all go down to Pinehurst. It is amazing and a lot cheaper than you may think. The accommodations are great and the golf is amazing at not only Pinehurst resorts but the surrounding golf courses as well (probably 30 other courses to play). I would highly recommend Pinehurst if you have not been there yet!
  6. Hi guys, I am new to this site, just found it yesterday and joined. Where do you guys normally play this tournament?
  7. Mike Strantz was a wild, new thinker of how to design a golf course. I have played many of his courses with Tobacco Road being one of my favorites. If you ever get a chance and you are down in the Sandhills of North Carolina I would highly recommend it.
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