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    Tommy Briggs

    We have talked about closed courses, the worst courses, so why not discuss your favorite course. Your favorite course may not be the “best” course you have played, it just may be a course you scored well on or suited your game well.

    I really liked Tidewater, I know some people have issues with the course, I just think it is a fantastic layout and very scenic.

    Rick Kimbrell

    I would have to say mine would be Prestwick. Just like the golf course. Have had both good and bad rounds there but it is fun, fair and a very good test of golf.
    I don’t have a problem with Tidewater as far as the course is concerned. Very good course, good test of golf. The stupid local rule concerning balls hit into homeowners property and whether they are found or not makes no sense to me considering it is “off the course”.

    Bob Newman

    What local rule do they have? All local rules have to come from approved USGA section of Rules.

    Rick Kimbrell

    There is NO OB at Tidewater. Yet you have houses along the fairway. Played there in the WA. Was told by the pro, if you it you ball into a yard, drop the ball outside of the yard…no penalty. But, if you do not find you ball in the yard…it is not deemed a lost ball and you must return to where you hit the shot from and hit another.

    Tommy Briggs

    Rick when you say you must return to where you hit the shot from, are you hitting 1, 2 or 3.

    1 – The shot never happened

    2 – Rehit without penalty

    3 – Rehit with 1 stroke penalty

    Tommy Briggs

    Bob when you have a chance please shoot me an email



    Ken Weatherford

    My favorite course is Kings North. I’ve never really shot great there, but I think it is a real challenge and really beautiful. Easy course? Possum Trot.

    Timothy Tullio

    True Blue for me.

    Rick Murgittroyd

    I think my All-Time favorite would be the Thistle. Love that place. Glen Dornach a close second!

    Rick Kimbrell

    Tommy, see Rule 18-2 for the Lost Ball scenario. It explains the Stroke and Distance pretty well.

    Tommy Briggs

    Rick I am very familiar with the rules, here is what you wrote:

    ” . . . . But, if you do NOT find you ball in the yard…it is NOT deemed a lost ball and you must return to where you hit the shot from and hit another. . . . . . ”

    Did you mean to say if you do not find your ball it IS deemed a lost ball . . . .

    Ricky Herman

    I think the best ones are the 5-6 courses you play when you arrive in MB. The practice rounds and the four during the tourney. Why because its 10 days at the beach and away from the work grind. VACATION. Good luck all.

    James Carter

    My favorite is Pine Lakes, followed by Grande Dunes.

    Lee Hooper

    My Top five that I have played in the World Am. I have not played some of the courses.
    1. River Club
    2. Long Bay
    3. River’s Edge
    4. Pawleys Plantation
    5. Farmstead

    maurice cleaves

    You should be happy if you have a couple of these on your rota

    top 10 (in no particular order)

    Wild Wing
    Glen Dornoch
    Pawleys Plantation
    Rivers Edge
    TPC Myrtle Beach
    True Blue
    Shaftesbury Glen

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