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Hey all, seems like I'll have a mid September business trip across the Atlantic to DC coming up.

 

Of course I would like to combine this with some DG action, preferrably on the 9/17-18th weekend (I have a monday night flight home to catch from Dulles ia).

 

PDGA  schedule suggests Elk Creek Classic/Appomatox VA and Seth Burton Memorial/Fairmont WV. Both more or less within driving distance from DC. Any votes for one or the other? (Biased opinions taken as seriously as others... ;-)

 

What DC course not to miss if I can get an early afternoon off? The convention centre I'll be staying at is somewhere around the National Harbour area, just south of I 95/495.

 

Thanks in advance for any input, Roc On!

  -Peter#3765

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Patapsco Picnic just outside of Baltimore.

http://www.pdga.com/tournament_results/73062

Patapsco course is challenging, fun and beautiful.

http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=250

You'll play a variety of configurations which may include the Green Monster.

Thanks Chuck, looks really interesting :-)

(Being from Sweden, I admit I didn't make the Maryland geographical connection...  ;-)

 

Any other voices?

Maple Hill in Leicester , MA the Vibram Open will be taking place the 1st weekend in Sept. even if you can't make it there for the event it is a must play course with a brand new gold layout for the VO this year !

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