Archive for month: September, 2013

Hamilton Trails Golf Club – Mays Landing, NJ

26 Sep
September 26, 2013
Hamilton Trails Golf Club

Hamilton Trails Golf Club – Mays Landing, NJ

Looking for a regulation “9” on the south Jersey shore? Looking to play a two-hour round before laying on the beach at Cape May, Wildwood or Atlantic City? Hamilton Trails is a must play to get your quick golf fix for the day. Read more →

Mount Massive Golf Course – Leadville, CO

19 Sep
September 19, 2013

So what do the numbers 9,680, 11.6, and 63 have to do with Mount Massive Golf Course and Leadville, CO?

Mt. Massive GC

Highest Golf Course in North America

Mount Massive sits at an altitude of 9,680 feet which makes it the highest course in North America.  We picked a beautiful late September day to play this 9-hole track which is located just a short distance from the historic downtown of Leadville. However to travel that short distance you will need a compass, a mountain man guide and a bloodhound to try to find this secluded course!   Read more →

Seaside Golf Club – Seaside, OR

15 Sep
September 15, 2013
Seaside Golf Course

Hole #6 – driveable par 4

Where the heck is the parking lot? Driving by the curbside clubhouse, my only option was the diagonal parking in front. My initial reaction was to just keep moving down the coast but I’ve come this far, so… Read more →

Double Eagle Golf at Snipes Farm – Morrisville, PA

08 Sep
September 8, 2013
Double Eagle Golf

Double Eagle Golf at Snipes Farm – the sign says it all

What Double Eagle Golf is not:  A 9-hole golf course; a regulation 18-hole layout; a location to take your entire set of clubs; or a destination for a buddy trip. Read more →

Sheridan Country Club – Sheridan, WY

05 Sep
September 5, 2013

Sheridan Country Club

9 or 18 holes? Private or semi-private? Can a commoner secure a tee time? Why is the phone disconnected? I came looking for answers and found Read more →

Highland Links – Truro, MA

02 Sep
September 2, 2013
Highland Links #5

Cape Cod Highland Lighthouse on Course

When you play Highland Links there are three words you need to remember as you work your way around this course – Tight, Windy and Natural. This Scottish-type links course is on the Lower Cape and part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. It was established in 1892 (though this has been questioned) and named to a list of the “First 100 Clubs in America”. The fairways are tight (make sure your iron game is in top shape) but your misses can be played from the natural rough.  Read more →

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