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    Originally posted by James 3528
    They have a light house in Orlando?
    I think Lusker has Bay Hill confused with Harbor Town.
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    Originally posted by outside rep
    I am going to Myrtle Beach at the end of the month for training and golfing Go Ebtron
    Cool, you can take me along for a round of golf, comp'd of course, but Im not buying any McQuay crap

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    hey for free golf I will try to sell my resi customers McQuay

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    Originally posted by geerair
    Originally posted by James 3528
    They have a light house in Orlando?
    I think Lusker has Bay Hill confused with Harbor Town.

    There was no confusion on my part. I play each of them often.

    I had the pleasure to play with Mr. Palmer's grandson a few years back. That boy can play. He was 14 at the time and just smoked it.

    I have only played Harbor twice since they rebuilt the greens though.

    No matter where the course is, for me, a day of bad golf is better than a day at work anytime.

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    This is ranked about 65 in the top world courses on Saint Simons. The view of the lighthouse is in the other direction. Tad pricey to play

    http://www.goldenislesinfo.com/golf.html

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    Looks like an easy par,

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    Originally posted by James 3528


    This is ranked about 65 in the top world courses on Saint Simons. The view of the lighthouse is in the other direction. Tad pricey to play

    http://www.goldenislesinfo.com/golf.html
    I diffinately would need my scuba gear on that fairway.

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    Originally posted by Lusker
    Originally posted by geerair
    Originally posted by James 3528
    They have a light house in Orlando?
    I think Lusker has Bay Hill confused with Harbor Town.

    There was no confusion on my part. I play each of them often.

    I had the pleasure to play with Mr. Palmer's grandson a few years back. That boy can play. He was 14 at the time and just smoked it.

    I have only played Harbor twice since they rebuilt the greens though.

    No matter where the course is, for me, a day of bad golf is better than a day at work anytime.
    I defer to your superior knowledge. I played Bay Hill in the late 70s but I don't recall a lighthouse. Of course we were drinking so I doubt by 18 we noticed much except for the Beer girl.
    Gods are fragile things; they may be killed by a whiff of science or a dose of common sense.

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    Originally posted by James 3528


    This is ranked about 65 in the top world courses on Saint Simons. The view of the lighthouse is in the other direction. Tad pricey to play

    http://www.goldenislesinfo.com/golf.html
    $100-250. That's about average for a decent resort course. I paid $350 for Pebble Beach a few years back.
    Gods are fragile things; they may be killed by a whiff of science or a dose of common sense.

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    The chili dog is $100

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    Originally posted by Lusker


    BayHill is one of my fav places. I like to stay in the rooms just off of the practice green.

    There are so many great places on our east coast and there is no better feeling than looking at the light house knowing you have a 3' birdie putt after the 17th green just kicked your butt. (You know where I am talking about, don't ya geer)... the 16th dogleg.. I always did drive it too far but it was better than being in the left waste bunker.

    Cheers


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    OK... The first two sentences are about BayHill as Orlando is not on the coast but almost in the center of Florida.

    The second paragraph and the light house remark is about Harbor Town.


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    Not picking courses off the internet?

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    Originally posted by Lusker
    Originally posted by Lusker


    BayHill is one of my fav places. I like to stay in the rooms just off of the practice green.

    There are so many great places on our east coast and there is no better feeling than looking at the light house knowing you have a 3' birdie putt after the 17th green just kicked your butt. (You know where I am talking about, don't ya geer)... the 16th dogleg.. I always did drive it too far but it was better than being in the left waste bunker.

    Cheers

    OK... The first two sentences are about BayHill as Orlando is not on the coast but almost in the center of Florida.

    The second paragraph and the light house remark is about Harbor Town.

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    Ah, thanks for clearing that up. Anyway, Harbour Town and Bay Hill are outstanding courses.
    Gods are fragile things; they may be killed by a whiff of science or a dose of common sense.

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