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i would suggest playing the course dave feldberg put in his top 5 course in the world being on,
www.blueribbonpines.net 27 holes of pure goodness, be top if had elevation, but hole # 4 is to die for only 1 duece iver heard of on video clash blue ribbon by cale. nikko also threw it in to save par from 150 during the 2011 majestic.
Victory Park in Albion.. If you are close its well worth the stop. and Marshall has dark horse brewery
Ann Arbor Michigan.
Hudson Mills - 2 courses (Monster and Original) both have 24 holes, pre am tee pads and monster has champ baskets on a couple for those who are dareing
Independence Lake - 2 courses (Redhawk and Pinic) Both are outstanding, picnic is seasonal and a must play when it's in.
LakeShore - Nice mix of tees and green, old ball golf turned into 28 holes of f-u-n with a Pre Throw-Shop on grounds.. makes it worth going to a seedy hood.
BRATS, Pingree, and Whites Acres.. must get premission and need tour guides.
Don't have a home town course.... But for NorCal:
#1 Black Butte Lake Orland CA
#2 COS Weed, CA
1.) Mtn Crest - Most clean and overall diversity. Slightly hilly.
2.) Sunset - Old school disc park. Longer holes then mtn crest and more wooded. Mainly flatland
agree fallsburg made me want to play after taking a few years of it is a great place to play very challenging and i played foulton county park in atlanta about ten years ago and it made me feel like i was on a country club manacured fairways 3 or for pin locations every hole just thought it was the nices course to play ever