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    Ryder Cup Winner drive4show's Avatar
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    Is there a course you would never tire of playing?

    Having read the thread about number of rounds played each year by some people, it made me think how many rounds before I would get bored with a course.

    So is there any course you would never get tired of playing if you were playing it 150+ times a year every year?

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    Re: Is there a course you would never tire of playing?

    The Royal Norwich GC - Home Club. Wouldnt continue to play there if I couldn't play it each week!

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    Off to play WoodHall Spa for the first time in March.....going on what I've been told that may be added to the list too!
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    Re: Is there a course you would never tire of playing?

    RCD is decent enough that Id play it regularly.
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    Re: Is there a course you would never tire of playing?

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    Re: Is there a course you would never tire of playing?

    North Berwick West Links

    I could never ever get bored of that place.
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    Re: Is there a course you would never tire of playing?

    Never played an away course often enough to find out. There are courses I love but is part of that because of the novelty? It becomes different if you are playing a medal round week after week. Best answer for me would be Knaresborough but that is with the proviso given.
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    Re: Is there a course you would never tire of playing?

    Both of the courses at Sunningdale I would imagine would keep me happy for a long time.

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    Re: Is there a course you would never tire of playing?

    I don't think I'd get bored of Hankley Common

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    Re: Is there a course you would never tire of playing?

    Wolf Creek or Notts or Woodhall Spa

    despite the fact Sunningdale and Swinley are better IMO, the lack of length would frustrate me at times, whereas Notts and Woodhall have so many tee options you could play the course differently all the time
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    Re: Is there a course you would never tire of playing?

    To be honest this is one of the prerequisites for me joining a club.
    I play most of my golf at my club and it needs to be able to hold my interest at least twice a week 40/45weeks of the year..

    Sure, if money was no object then a Sunningdale/Hankley/Swinley would work but, realistically, The Zoo works too...
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