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I went and played SeaTac because I just can't sit around for a whole day entirely.

Seatac, WA- Seatac:The best marked and easiest to play course in WA so far, yet the back 9 is INCREDIBLY hard to find without a map (I took a picture and carried it in my dig. cam.). The 10th tee is tucked in thick woods down a trail, behind a wall of piled dead trees. About half the signs are gone from vandalism, but other than that it is easy to find the hole-just not often easy to find the basket have to scout the hole out before you tee. Texas-style. Long and challenging, forcing straight and often low power drives that must land in tight fairways or be in thick rough with thorny bushes. Using a buzz not a driver often helps you get that tough 3 here. Several holes over 500'. Mix of shots, though lefty-friendly. Fairways are all of the same type- yellowing grass with trees spread out or packed in clumps, always lined with woods on one or both sides, leaving room for error but still requiring extreme accuracy to win. Jets take off at the airport next-door, so every couple minutes one roars right over your head while you're trying to throw. Be ready for that. Best so far here.

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