Can’t wait for @Randy to post his pics from Splashworld.
Round 1 - Friar’s Head
Round 2 - St. George’s
Round 3 - Wykagyl
Round 4 - Sleepy Hollow
Round 5 - NGLA
Round 6 - Piping Rock
My dad said Sleepy is his favorite course he’s played in the US.
Went out Solo yesterday at National outside Columbus and played in 2 hours/30 minutes. Every group I encountered let me pass em- My kinda round
hi it’s me your childhood friend, where do i send you my contact info? to catch up.
what a trip man!
Last two weeks
Please send your contact info to my Nigerian email address, along with the gift card numbers you picked up
Played there earlier this year. 11 green was interesting/cool/neat/silly.
My buddies and I played at the Avalon resort last year too (Avalon and Squaw Creek) - thought it was strange that New Castle was included in the bunch.
They own four courses (Buhl, Avalon Lakes, Avalon Field, Squaw Creek).
11 was fun. I chipped an 8I from 85 yards just to get on the front right and almost holed out. But, yeah, there are like two hole locations on that entire green.
I feel terrible for @BaxterMSP. Didn’t even get to play a single Raynor design. Had to settle for a bunch he built for some schmo named C.B. Macdonald instead…
Criteria to qualify for review includes “Seth Raynor’s sugar daddy made him work for minimum wage on site”
Please let this be the title of your book after you complete your Raynor quest.
- Text me with questions about quality of course
- ask a million other questions
- text me with the schedule of courses
- play golf with others and text me with pictures about how awesome it was without me.
(Still love you)
Only the NY area spots….feel free to text me with all your questions on the MN golf scene
Playing Ravenwood in Rochester, NY on Saturday while I’m up for a wedding. Heard it’s good. Factual?
It’s definitely not bad.
After living my whole life in Michigan I finally had the opportunity to play Arcadia Bluffs on a trip with friends this week. It was perfect weather, and I had the short game/putting round of my life which was probably the most entertaining way to get around that place. For the price I almost want to say it’s a steal, I struggle to see how I’d get as much value for money paying more than twice as much for whistling straits or an ocean course. Hopefully I’ll have the chance to prove myself wrong on that at some point.