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Comment from: Larry Berle [Visitor] Email
you made some excellent picks here-- expecially in AZ... I have played the entire Top 100 (not just public) and wrote a book about it-- so I know most of these courses learn more
2011-04-18 @ 10:22
Comment from: Jim Finn [Visitor] Email
One thing Golf Digest needs to explain to me is how can a five star course(of which there are only 24) be omitted from a top 100 ranking?
2011-04-19 @ 02:01
Comment from: Roger [Visitor] Email
Quality rankings...... Just flew from Michigan to play The Pronghorn Nicklaus Course and I will be back for more. The course, staff, and facilities are top shelf! I also have played Tullymore a few times and this course gets better every time...... both are exceptional public facilities!
2011-04-19 @ 11:24
Comment from: Mae Russell [Visitor] Email
Great list!!! I am going to play on some the courses!
2011-04-24 @ 06:19
Comment from: Tammy L. [Visitor] Email
Hey Brandon-
That’s too bad you don’t think you’ll ever be in the neighborhood of Hawktree. You have no idea what you’re missing! As Dennis Collet indicates in his WorldGolf exit poll, Hawktree is a “masterpiece” and a ‘hidden gem’ well worth going well out of your way to play.” I encourage you to add ND to your list of golf destinations. You’ll be absolutely amazed! Two other ND courses that have received national praise to put on your radar: Bully Pulpit and The Links of North Dakota. I hope to see you golfing Hawktree or one of ND’s other 116 courses soon!
2011-04-26 @ 08:38

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