Archive for category: Birdie

Little Met Golf Course – Cleveland, OH

08 Jul
July 8, 2013

Little Met Golf Course

Being a life-long Philadelphia Phillies Phan, it just felt sacrilegious playing a golf course named The Little Met. This course is one of the eight that make up the Cleveland Metroparks golf recreation system. Located in the Rocky River Reservation, it is an oasis in the middle of the city.  Read more →

MeadowBrook Golf Club – Phoenixville, PA

28 Jun
June 28, 2013


Are you a Revolutionary War buff? You won’t have to endure the hardships Washington and his men encountered at Valley Forge but Meadow Brook does provide it’s own unique challenges.  Read more →

Haycreek Golf Club – Wright, WY

23 May
May 23, 2013

Haycreek GC - Hole #1

Wright = right. Something drastically not wright today. Was it that I was one of only 6 golfers on the course on a beautiful Saturday afternoon? – no. Was it that I had to share the course with more antelope than golfers? – no. Was it that I was playing a course in Wyoming and there was no wind? – Wright. Read more →

The Greg Mastriona Golf Courses at Hyland Hills (Blue Course) – Westminster, CO

22 May
May 22, 2013

Hyland Hills (Blue) - #8It looked like a crime scene – yellow tape everywhere. All that was missing was the outline of the dead body – but that would come later. The reason for the tape? Read more →

Cedar Ridges Golf Course – Rangely, CO

06 May
May 6, 2013

Guide to Columbine Park

Inch your Rock Crawler along Chain Break Trail at the Rock Crawling Park; Hear yourself breathe in the vastness of the landscape; Improve your aim at the local shooting range; Shop for supplies, eat a great meal and get a good night’s sleep in town; Play one of the best and affordable 9-hole courses at Cedar Ridges. According to the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce magazine, these are among the Top 20 Things to do in Rangely. As riveting as all these sounded…I chose golf. Read more →

Lakeview Golf Club (aka Essex Park Golf Course) – Hot Springs, AR

28 Apr
April 28, 2013

I heard the conductor shout, “Next stop, Essex Park”. As I departed the train, I caught sight of Tris Speaker, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson and John McGraw making their way to the horse track. A great day was had by all until under suspicious circumstances, the grandstand burned down during the night. The Mafia owned the only other horse track in town – hmm…coincidence? Whack…the golf ball hit the “temporary clubhouse” and my daydreaming stopped as I was brought back to the present and the Essex Park Golf Course. Read more →

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