I don’t golf, I never have. It’s not that I hate the game, though. Far from it. Actually, I’m a bit afraid that if I ever do pick up a club and hit a ball, it will go 400 yards nice and straight down the middle of the fairway. Then I’d have to spend several thousand dollars on clubs and equipment, green fees, etc, only to learn that I’d never hit one that far and that straight ever again! I enjoy watching the game, however, and I can drive a beer cart with the best of them. I also know that Tiger Woods can hit 94 out of 100 balls into a hula-hoop from 100 yards with a pitching wedge while most public course players need an 8-iron or 9-iron to reach that distance and then still couldn’t putt into the same damn hula-hoop.
Golf courses are some of the best and most manicured real-estate in the world. Recently, I read an article that described some of the most unique and picturesque golf courses in the country and I thought I’d pass them along this week. Today, we visit the West Coast.
There are four holes on this course that border
Point Roberts Golf Course;
Designed around three enormous eagle’s nests, this course was built on a massive peninsula that juts out over the
North Star Golf Club;
This is the northernmost golf club in
Stay tuned this week for more unique courses in the Central and East coast regions!
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