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My next ten should be the best ten-course run I've ever had in my 47 cycles of birth. This resplendent and venerable body will be the first to know, should I pull it off.
Not to threadjack, but Michael can you tell us a bit about Jack's Point? This is a course I am curious about.Thanks!
And John's comments on his blog about the quirk factor, with planes taking off and the screams of skydivers heard thousands of feet up in the air are very valid.
Jack's Point is definitely worth seeing. Best views on any golf course I've played.
SouthamptonGoat HillTallgrassMountain LakeSreamsong BlueLekaricaBartowStreamsong RedStreamsong BlueLake WalesPinecrest
The other one that interests me in the area is Cleveland Heights, a Flynn but I'm told that only those very familiar with his work can see the remnants of what he did there. Have you played there before or did it receive consideration on this trip?Your comments on Lake Wales seem luke warm.
Quote from: Ronald Montesano on January 31, 2013, 10:54:36 PMCharlie,Guyan...Wasn't that Bill Campbell's home club? Is there a drop-shot par three of some renown?I do believe it was Bill Campbell's home club. Very fun course to play. I am not sure if the sixth is considered a drop shot par three but it is shortish (wedge to 8 iron) with a difficult green. The next hole is a long par three 225-230ish. I think it was built in the 1920-1930 time frame.
Charlie,Guyan...Wasn't that Bill Campbell's home club? Is there a drop-shot par three of some renown?