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Hope you like the title. I would like to know if anyone else out there finds themselves in a similar situation. Our first "real" course in town was put in here in the early 90s (before I arrived from Iowa). Since that time the course was redesigned with hole #2 going in a different direction and hole #3 being added in between new #2 and old #3. We then removed old hole #14 completely (although the tee box is still there and can be used for an extra long shot on hole #15 if desired). Holes #6 and #7 have lost their "fairways" due to the City widening the creek for flood control. And we have two holes that actually cross over each other. Finally, when you tee off on #9 it is almost guaranteed that someone on #6 tee will almost hit you while teeing off.

But it is the "go to" course in town. If you want to go out and find some friends to play with it is the course to go to. There are two other courses in town and two nearby but this is the course that gets played, with all of its faults.

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what r we supposed to discuss Jim? how sucky your course is? how bout you do something about it instead of whinning on the internet?
You guys are silly, just answer the mans question! Jim I say go with pink as it brings out your eyes!
Here is San Diego , California.............Our first GO To course is MorleyField in Balboa Park.

Otherwise , I suggest going to Cal State San Marcos , Montiel Park or Kit Carson Park in Escondido. Those last 3 are Free to play !!!
That is a cool title.
Have you or has someone you know been injured in a bad tee placement layout related incident?
a Sphinctersayswha?
...if so...Call the Law Offices of Bernham and Wrun.
To answer your question... Go with Squirtle... It'll be easier to defeat Brock
I actually love the course and it is the course that I play all of the time. It's not a "bad" course. There are just issues with it that a little redesign might help. But that will probably not happen as we actually lost acreage due to the City flood control project.

I was simply asking others whether they have a similar course that may not be the greatest course ever but is the "go to" course. People complain about Cottonwood (and I have seen some of those complaints on dgcoursereview.com) but when it comes time to play that is inevitably where they go. I actually believe that this course will test all aspects of your ability.

I am definitely feeling the love today. BTW the other courses all have their own issues. One has issues with people's backyards, dogs and the inevitable smell of dog crap. Another that just got put in supposedly has rattlesnakes. A third has great land but a poor layout (design). And the last one is wooded so much that it has no fairways. Nothing is perfect.
No, but we do fear that his will happen.
Winning or whining? Is whinning when you win and then whine?
Thanks Donny.

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