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I was just looking through the website and I see that playing the East course is an upgrade/additional cost to their golf packages. Is the East intended to be the "better" course, or were they trying for two equal ones?
The Dallas Morning News reports this morning that the Senior pros playing at the new PGA course are raving about it--and its ability to be set up to handle the younger pros for future PGA's and Ryder Cups.The only--somewhat mild--criticism has to do with the unique teeing areas at the course. As the long, snakey, tees wind back, some have less-than-totally-flat areas to tee from. I'm sure this is intentional. I find the teeing areas to be the most unique of any part of the course. Any thoughts--pro or con?
The course looks terrific with some interesting choices to be made like on 15.P.S. I just watched Harrington take several grounded practice swings out of a clearly marked red hazard area (one of those swampy bogs). When did they change that rule?