Archive for category: West

The Springs at Borrego RV Resort and Golf Course – Borrego Springs, CA

24 Aug
August 24, 2017

Hole #1…or in my case, Hole #9

First things first, you need: 1) A road-hugging convertible sports car. 2) A full tank of gas. 3) An empty bladder. 4) Dramamine. Let’s see how prepared I was… Read more →

The Course at Petteys Park – Brush, CO

24 May
May 24, 2017
The Course at Pettys Park

Entrance to The Course at Petteys Park…aka Bunker Hill Country Club

I’ve passed this course numerous times throughout the years as I cruised I-76 from Denver to Nebraska. I was interested in discovering how this Colorado course had acquired the name of Bunker Hill Golf Course. Boston, MA, I understand; Brush, CO, not so much. Here is what I found out… Read more →

Balboa Park Golf Course – San Diego, CA

26 Apr
April 26, 2017

Hole #6 – Palm trees swaying in the distance

Today, Always Time for 9 wished our name was Always Time for 18. But before I judge too quickly, let’s review the 9-hole Balboa Park Golf Course. It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s Read more →

Mount Meadows Golf Course – Red Feather Lakes, CO

01 Apr
April 1, 2017
Mount Meadows GC #7

Fairway at Hole #7 – At least it has a nice view!

“Great 9-hole golf, brought the kids out for a great day of golf”. This review was posted one month before I visited this course (please imagine my air-quotes). After finally finding the course, my conclusion about the golfer who posted this was… Read more →

National City Golf Course – National City, CA

22 Feb
February 22, 2017
National City GC #7

Hole #7 – Par 4, 310 yards. Need some elevation on that tee shot!

It has rained for 40 days and 40 nights in the San Diego area. As my ark pulled into the parking lot at National City Golf Course, the clouds parted; the sun came out; and we played golf. Read more →

Port Townsend Golf Club – Port Townsend, WA

09 Feb
February 9, 2017
Port Townsend GC #7

Chief Chetzemoka stands over Hole #7 and welcomes you to the course.

I entered the hallowed grounds of Port Townsend Golf Club and was greeted by Chief Chetzemoka just as he has welcomed pioneers since 1854. A friend to the white settlers who entered the area many years ago, I was hoping for that friendly experience as I approached the first tee box.  Read more →

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