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I still think Huntercombe would be a good Buda venue, but I suspect it will take a member to get the ball rolling with organization. I would be willing to get back in the fray of organizing with the support of a member. I am not sure there needs to be a second venue, but as I wrote before, if there is one it makes sense to make it heathland doozy. I don't see many folks from overseas getting too pumped for Beaconsfield, indeed I am guessing Huntercombe may be a tough sell because of the lack of eye candy.
Quote from: Ulrich Mayring on March 05, 2012, 05:45:34 PMThe right thing to do from a GCA perspective would be to include Sunningdale. 36 holes Old & New - what could be more appropriate?UlrichAgreed. It would add expense but worth it. Although in line with BUDA going to slighlty non-mainstream venues, the Berkshire would also be ideal and the lunch there is as good as anywhere.
The right thing to do from a GCA perspective would be to include Sunningdale. 36 holes Old & New - what could be more appropriate?Ulrich
Even museums need to be dusted and have any cobwebs etc removed.Much as I admire the course, the curtains need to be opened - even just a smidgen wider - to let in the light. That way folk can really see and appreciate what's special about the exhibit.atb