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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Well, the sum total of my golfing experiences in Europe is the Old and New Courses at St. Andrews, plus an undocumented (and therefore, un-prosecutable) foray up the Gran Via in Madrid. Since the Gran Via and its great nineteenth hole, the Plaza Mayor, don't rate against Sotogrande and other fine Spanish courses, I have to say that I am woefully unprepared to comment further. I do remember being even par after some four holes on the New course (not sure which ones) until the remainder kicked my nalgas.
12/08/06 @ 23:28
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Love how you didn't mention Baldy. No one takes him seriously any more, not since he took those thinly-disguised shots at me and beautiful Buffalo.
12/08/06 @ 23:29
Comment from: Dave M - Eye On Golf [Visitor] Email
BTuck, ranking golf courses is just like rating wine: if it's good to you, that makes it great. Don't be fooled by big thick magazines which are about 15% journalism and 85% advertisement quite a bit of which is golf courses and resorts. You don't have to be a math wiz to figure which courses get the nod.

Many years ago I had the pleasure of playing four courses on your list and enjoyed each one equally.
12/09/06 @ 07:25
Comment from: Big Hell [Visitor] Email
Being Scottish born and bred the top 5 are pretty obvious but there are many great Scottish courses overlooked by holiday makers.
Ive included my top 5 plus top 5 hidden gems on my blog . Im gonna expand it out to top 5's in each region with top5 19th hole shenannigans so watch this space.
07/31/09 @ 13:40
Comment from: evision [Visitor] Email
03/04/10 @ 03:27

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