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Kingwood Country Club, Texas Marsh Course Review

If you are ever in Kingwood, Texas and have the opportunity to play any of the courses, play the March Course. This is my favorite of all the courses and is much easier than the Island Course. Some feel as if the Lake Course is the easiest, but the Marsh play amazing today. Even after rain the previous day and in the morning the course played firm and fast.

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Dataw Island Morgan River Golf Course Pictures

If you get the chance to play Dataw Island you must play the Morgan River Course. The front nine eases you in with the first four or five holes being relatively easy. Hold on through the end though as the two par 3’s back to back are quite the challenge. Here are my favorite two holes on the course:

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This hole is absolutely gorgeous. I think it is the 15th:

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Highlands Falls Golf Course – Waterfall Hole

Does anyone know which hole is the waterfall hole? Here is an amazing picture of the course using HDR photography:

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My Dream House on Dataw Island Cotton Dike #17 Green

Feast your eyes upon this.

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The view from the backyard makes it even better. If you ever play the Dataw Island Cotton Dike course take the time to enjoy the views, especially when on the Harbor River. It is the most beautiful course I have ever played.



Dataw Island Cotton Dike Private Golf Course Near Hilton Head

The Dataw Island Cotton Dike course designed by Tom Fazio is unreal. Pictures do not do it justice. If you have the opportunity to play this course do it yesterday.

Check out some of the panoramic pictures I took during my round.

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This is a picture of my dream home location to the right of the 17th green. The view from the backyard is simply unbelievable.

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How Hard is the Barefoot Dye Course in Myrtle Beach?

To get my January 2015 Myrtle Beach golf trip started we got up at 6:00 am to make certain we were at the Barefoot Dye course for our 11:00 am tee time. Driving down to Myrtle Beach I had no idea what to expect in terms of golf. I knew the courses were going to be great but just how great? Well, I got my clocked cleaned early and often by the Barefoot Dye course.

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The River Club Myrtle Beach Hole #18

At the end of this week I am headed to Myrtle Beach to play golf for seven straight days at seven different courses. On Saturday, our group will play The River Club. Before going to play most courses I will check out the score card and look at the hole by hole overview or description. Feast your eyes on this puppy:

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TopGolf Alexandria, Virginia Review

One of the reasons I love to visit Washington, DC is TopGolf. I always make it a point to get a few buckets of balls at TopGolf as I love target practice golf; especially inside 100 yards. Even though I wrote an article about how you should not hit off mats, this is the one time I actually enjoy it. I have learned how to strike down on my wedges and short irons and the TopGolf mats are soft and new. If you want to find soft mats to hit off these are a great option.

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How Much is a Locker at a Private Country Club?

Today I received an email from my golf club asking me to fill out a survey for the upcoming locker rooms. Our clubhouse is almost complete and the staff is trying to determine how they are going to progress with lockers. It looks as if a locker is going to cost $225 a year. The survey asks if that is a reasonable price and how I would like to be billed.

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Best Public Golf Courses in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Having lived in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill (the Research Triangle) for over a decade I have a firm grasp on the places to go and the places to avoid. The Triangle is littered with golf courses and many are in the “must avoid” category. In this resource I will give you my top five public golf courses in the Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill area. You may have to drive up to an hour or two to get to some of the golf courses listed but it is well worth the trip.

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