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From most recent to least:Palmetto Golf Club, SCPinehurst #2, NCOld Town Club, NCPinehurst #8, NCDormie Club, NCCarolina GC, NCCharlotte CC, NCSebonack GC, NYMaidstone Club, NYShinnecock Hills GC, NYPlainfield CC, NJ
Last 10, most recent first:1. Olympia Fields - North2. Butterfield CC (Red/White)3. Olympia Fields - South4. National Golf Links of America5. Shinnecock Hills GC6. Creek Club7. Bethpage - Black8. Essex County CC (LI)9. Plainfield CC10. Fishers IslandIt was a good run, and one that will be very hard to duplicate!
Tall GrassBethpage BlackBayonneAtlanticWestchester CC WestRichter ParkWanumetonomyNational Golf LinksHollow BrookColumbia Country Club
Mac,Played the day after Thanksgiving and the conditions were less than perfect. They had plugged the greens recently and were sodding 4 or 5 tees. I spoke with the pro after the round and he indicated they have hired a new superintendent and are working on improving the conditions and attempting to have the course play firm and fast. Let hope they do because if this course was in great shape it would be one of the best public options on Long Island.Lou
John Nixon Try Sandy Pines, just a bit north in DeMotte, you might be pleasently surprised.
Tom Birkert wins this on the strength of his US courses alone. Wow.A hat tip to Bill McBride on his English courses. Interesting group. A man of discerning tastes.Bob
UNC - FinleyDormie ClubOak Hill WestNewport NationalCaptains _ StarboardCaptains - PortWaverly OaksMisquamicutShelter HarborChampion Hills - Victor NY (not NC)Only one round at home other than my club this year - that needs to get fixed next year
Bill is there a second New Zealand golf club in England? I played a very nice one yesterday in Surrey!