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Bill is there a second New Zealand golf club in England? I played a very nice one yesterday in Surrey!
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
This is everywhere I played in 2011... with# of times (if more than 1), from order of course visited most recent to oldest. Broken Tee, Englewood, CO (x5)Ballyneal, Holyoke, CO (x5)Riverdale Dunes, Brighton, CO (x4)Ridge at Castle Pines, Castle Pines North, COMaxinkuckee CC, Culver, IN (x10+)Mystic Hills, Culver, IN (x2)Buffalo Run, Commerce City, COCog Hill Dubsdread, Lemont, ILDye Fore, Casa de Campo, DR (x2)La Romana CC, Casa de Campo, DRTeeth of the Dog, Casa de Campo, DR (x3)The Links, Casa de Campo, DRLa Cana, Punta Cana, DR
Old MacdonaldBandon DunesBandon TrailsSan francisco golf clubOlympic clubBerkshire RedRoyal Cinque PortsStrandhillDonegalSligoThe highlight of this ten and of my golfing life to date? The Bandon courses - absolutely incredible place - believe me, the Americans can do links golf! I thought I had seen some nice places but Bandon takes the biscuit for me. As a whole that is. 36 at Pacific Dunes tomorrow. I think I will be coming back here for many years to come.