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View Poll Results: Which 3 do you like the best?
St Andrews 20 60.61%
Augusta National 26 78.79%
Pebble Beach 20 60.61%
Cypress Point 3 9.09%
Royal Melbourn 1 3.03%
Royal County Down 2 6.06%
Shinnecock Hills 5 15.15%
Pacific Dunes 1 3.03%
Royal Birkdale 1 3.03%
Bethpage (Black) 2 6.06%
TPC Sawgrass 6 18.18%
TPC Scottsdale 3 9.09%
Sand Hills 1 3.03%
Murfield 2 6.06%
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Old 02-11-2013, 01:09 AM   #1
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If you were able to play 3 of these courses, which 3 would you pick?
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:04 AM   #2
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Cool poll question. I voted St. Andrews, Pebble, Augusta.
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I voted Augusta, Pebble, and Scottsdale
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:55 AM   #4
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I voted Pebble and St. Andrews but didn't vote for a third since Pinehurst #2 was left off the list.
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:56 AM   #5
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Sweet poll! I can't wait for it to warm up, so I can get out and golf. Really hoping my fiance lands her job in Texas, so I can golf year round
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I was just at pebble yesterday. Being from Carmel I'm spoiled with courses.
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Augusta (duh), Shinnecock, and Royal Birkdale
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Old 02-11-2013, 12:17 PM   #8
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I was just at pebble yesterday. Being from Carmel I'm spoiled with courses.
Yes you are. I'm from Phoenix and I'm also spoiled with a ton of great courses but being from Carmel, you're spoiled with the best of the best (Pebble, Cypress, Monterey, Poppy, Spyglass, Spanish Bay). Are you frickin serious. All of these courses in 1 little area, I still find that amazing to this very day. Course for course, you won't find anyplace in the US, or world, with this number of awesome courses in such a small area. IMO, it's the number 1 golf meca in the world.
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Yes you are. I'm from Phoenix and I'm also spoiled with a ton of great courses but being from Carmel, you're spoiled with the best of the best (Pebble, Cypress, Monterey, Poppy, Spyglass, Spanish Bay). Are you frickin serious. All of these courses in 1 little area, I still find that amazing to this very day. Course for course, you won't find anyplace in the US, or world, with this number of awesome courses in such a small area. IMO, it's the number 1 golf meca in the world.
Ha ya but I also pay for it with the cost of living out here. I just watched an episode of house hunters and they wanted to relocate to Carmel for their school district. They thought a million would be enough for a nice house in dtown Carmel. They thought wrong.


MPCC is amazing. Good to have hook ups throughout these courses though. What's great are the surrounding courses are fun too and cheaper. Like Carmel valley ranch or tehama.
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Augusta, St. Andrews, TPC Sawgrass

In Colorado, I want to play Arrowhead and Cherry Hills sometime... Cherry Hills mostly just because that's where Elway plays.
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I really want to play St. Andrews... classic.
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I'm going to Rivera in LA this weekend to see the big boys play.
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There is one course on that list that doesn't belong with the rest and it is TPC Scottsdale. It's very average course especially for th area it is in. It does what it is designed to do hold a ton of people.
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Cool poll question. I voted St. Andrews, Pebble, Augusta.
I voted the same 3. History and 3 classics.
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Augusta, then Augusta, and finally Augusta.
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None of those have a school house, windmill or barn to shoot through so I am going to say none.
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There is one course on that list that doesn't belong with the rest and it is TPC Scottsdale. It's very average course especially for th area it is in. It does what it is designed to do hold a ton of people.
You are right - there should be more clarity to the question. I picked Scottsdale under the assumption the gallery would be full which is the only draw at all to the course. I figure that would be the most entertaining tournament to play in on tour.
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Damn. I thought there might be some advice in here on Denver area courses.

Cool poll though.
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