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    Kirk Roberts

    In the 10+ years I have played in Myrtle Beach I have played around 50 different courses. I am sure everyone has their bucket list of courses they haven’t played but want to.
    What courses would you like to play that you haven’t during the World Am?

    My list would include Caledonia, Arcadian Shores, Thistle, and Barefoot Norman.

    Danny Fox

    Caledonia, Thistle, Wildwing and TPC, now this is just from the courses I’ve played during the WA.

    Rick Kimbrell

    I have played every course in MB that I can get on including many that have closed. The remaining courses I have yet to play will require someone getting me on to them to play.

    Lee Hooper

    Tidewater, Thistle, King’s North and Lion’s Paw are some that I have not played yet. O yea I don’t want to leave out Caledonia, most of the rest I have played thru the years since I live in the Upstate of South Carolina and have gone on golf trips for years with a group of golfers.

    Darryl JOHNSON

    My very 1st round in MB World Am was Caledonia. That was in 1997. Have not been back since, so that would be one. Others would be Barefoot Love, Grande Dunes, and Glen Dornoch. Played pretty much everything else.

    James Carter

    I’ve played a lot of courses through the World Am, but would like to play the following courses: Pawleys Plantation, River Club, and any of the big cats except Lions Paw (already played it). Looking forward to getting to the WAM.

    Tom Doughan

    Like Sir Rick, since my first World Am in 1988, I’ve been fortunate enough to have been able to play every Grand Strand (official and unofficial since the lists and geography have changed often) course open or closed except one. So, DeBordieu would be the primary bucket list track for me. If I could have made it down this year I would have filled out the tourney list with Caledonia, River’s Edge, and Pawley’s Plantation or Barefoot- Dye.

    Ricky Napper

    My COVID bucket list includes fairways, tee boxes, greens and grass optional. Pandemic has made me more grateful for simple things. Just want to play golf, fellowship w old friends and have a safe tournament.

    Rick Kimbrell

    Aye Sir Tom, thy presence this year shall surely be missed. I shall host a pint in ye honor on the eve of the tournament.

    Glenn Horton

    I’d say Caledonia, Glen Dornoch, The Dunes, Tidewater, True Blue and The Dye Club. I haven’t played TPC. I’ve been playing Glen Dornoch quite a bit lately since Golf Trail members can play it for $29. Now that’s a deal.

    Raymond Lemoine

    haven’t played Glen Dornoch and would love too. Any of the Big cat courses except Panthers Run played it 3 times already. Caledonia would be nice, Thisle is beautiful and haven’t had the pleasure to play Kings north yet.

    Glenn Foster

    Caledonia, Thistle, Pawley’s Plantation and Glen Dornoch. I’ve never played Barefoot Dye or Tidewater, TPC in the 23+ years I’ve played. Rivers Edge & True Blue are truly underrated courses, and could be here for anyone!
    The Wildwing Hummingbird was my 1st World Amateur/Dupont round in 1995 and I would love a round there again. It would be fun to have a round there again since I’m no longer a 18+ handicap anymore, well… most days anyhow!!!

    Rick Kimbrell

    Glen, Wildwing Hummingbird was one of my favorite courses in MB. To me, it had the best bentgrass greens in MB. Now, other than the 18 hole Wildwing Avocet course, only 9 holes remain of the 54 holes made up by Woodstork, Falcon and Hummingbird. I too would play it again. Actually, I thought all the Wildwing courses were fun tracks to play.

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