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my tastes run more toward cheap, cheerful, distinctive terrain, good walk, f&f, quirky, lovely setting etc....Yet none of that matters much if the quality of design isn't present and so this must be the #1 priority...Ciao
Sean,Looks like a terrific list, certainly a handful of those are on my wish list. Although seems a bit odd Pinehurst #2 is on there given you've listed price sensitivity in two different places in your description. Aren't peak rates north of $500 to play it now?
Quote from: Sean_A on December 23, 2022, 03:20:39 PMmy tastes run more toward cheap, cheerful, distinctive terrain, good walk, f&f, quirky, lovely setting etc....Yet none of that matters much if the quality of design isn't present and so this must be the #1 priority...CiaoSean,I am of like mind regarding the first assertion quoted above.Could you expand on "quality of design?" How often have you encountered an interesting hole on an otherwise forgettable course?Do you have an "over/under" number of good holes in your mind when you review the totality of a course?Thanks.
Looking through Seans listing again I realise not only how many of the courses Iíve played but also how many of them Iíve played with hardly anyone else on the course. Thereís something delightful about playing golf without players in front or behind, no waiting, no delays, no being pushed, peace and tranquility, no chat from other fairways, listening to the birds, the sound of the sea, the wind, nearby animals etc.Atb
In Melbourne Port Fairy and The Dunes make this list easily.Good to see Alnmouth Village there and I second Markís support for Goswick