How many courses played?

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By richbow9

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  1. richbow9

    richbow9
    Huddersfield,

    For some odd reason I’ve been keeping a list of the names and the number of courses played over the years. As a fully paid up 7 day member, I tend not to stray far from my home course, but two or three times a year I get the opportunity to play a new track on a corporate day or an away day with the club. Yesterday I played my 70th course which was Headingley near Leeds. Really enjoyable, especially as we won with 92 Stableford points! How many have you played?

  2. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    I have played all over the world since I started playing in 1985 and do not know the exact number but too many to count.
    Have played many of the top 100 in the US as well as outside of the US. My favorites are links and old school courses built in the 20's and try to play those clubs when I can get on them.
  3. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    I do the same thing. Just hit 118 last week with Kapalua Bay and Kaanapali Royal. Will add Carnoustie, and St. Andrews Strathtyrum in October. I have about 10 still on my "must play" list and about 20 on my "want to play" list.
  4. richbow9

    richbow9
    Huddersfield,

    Dale V said:

    I do the same thing. Just hit 118 last week with Kapalua Bay and Kaanapali Royal. Will add Carnoustie, and St. Andrews Strathtyrum in October. I have about 10 still on my "must play" list and about 20 on my "want to play" list.

    Would love to play Kapalua but it’s a big of trek from England!
  5. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    For sure! Only getting Carnoustie added to the list as a side-trip off of a business trip. Still need Cabot Links and Cabot Cliffs but Nova Scotia is a tough trip from San Diego. Also need to get to Ireland to complete a few over there.
  6. I couldn’t even give a close guess as to the number of courses I’ve played. A lot in Michigan, some in Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Florida, South Carolina, Minnesota and Illinois. I would guess it’s well over 100. I have three ball racks full of logo balls from some of the better courses that I’ve played. I’m now onto poker chips.
  7. John G

    John G
    Napa, CA

    I am unofficially at 52. A couple years ago I started a Pinterest board with a picture and location of every course I can remember. I know I’m missing a few from my high school years and a couple others, but I have most of them. It’s kind of fun to look at.
  8. Mike M

    Mike M
    Salem MA

    I can't keep up with Chuck or Dale. Not even close, and I don't stray too far from New England. I've played a few courses in the Orlando and Jupiter Florida ares, and about a dozen in eastern North Carolina.I've played most of the good ones in Massachusetts.
  9. Tyler H

    Tyler H
    Appleton, WI

    I use the app Golf Played to keep track of the course that I have played. Currently at 138, I will be adding a few more as the 2019 golf season comes to a close as I have a trip planned for Sand Valley in early October. Really looking forward to playing Mammoth Dunes and the Sand Box as my previous rounds at Sand Valley have left me impressed.

    TH
  10. I have only played 18 different courses but enjoyed all
  11. Eric L

    Eric L
    Franklin, MA

    I do the same thing on my phone...I'm up to 84 on my list with plenty more that I need to play like Wolf Creek in Nevada and St Andrews on the top of the list.
  12. beaureed445

    beaureed445
    Edmond, OK

    Quick math in my head leads me to the 45ish mark.....I think.
  13. Steve S

    Steve S
    Tuckerton, NJ

    My hat off to you guys, Chuck and Dale! I only hope to get a chance to play a few of what you guys have played. I do not stay far from my home course, where I also work in the summer months. I do however get on the road as it gets a little colder out. There are quite a number of fine courses in Southern Jersey, both at the shore area, and inland. I can't say I've ever been on a course I didn't like in some form or another. I guess after working on a course for 24 years enables me to find some charm in the littlest places. Lots of hidden gems everywhere.
    Play Well,
    Steve S.
  14. Steve S

    Steve S
    Tuckerton, NJ

    My hat off to you guys, Chuck and Dale! I only hope to get a chance to play a few of what you guys have played. I do not stay far from my home course, where I also work in the summer months. I do however get on the road as it gets a little colder out. There are quite a number of fine courses in Southern Jersey, both at the shore area, and inland. I can't say I've ever been on a course I didn't like in some form or another. I guess after working on a course for 24 years enables me to find some charm in the littlest places. Lots of hidden gems everywhere.
    Play Well,
    Steve S.
  15. Darron K

    Darron K
    Fate, TX

    Well over 100 courses for sure, I'm don't have an exact number as I use to keep track but lost that spreadsheet a long time ago. I can say I've played every course back home in Hawaii and about 99% of the courses within 3 hours of the Bay Area not to mention courses in Texas, Vegas, Florida.
  16. Mark F

    Mark F
    Cornwall on Hudson, NY

    61 and counting, walking and carrying more than 90% of the time.
  17. Jim C

    Jim C
    Braintree, MA

    I have no idea about an exact number, but having played in college and golf trips over the years I would guess 100+ courses.
  18. Chris M

    Chris M
    Grindelwald,

    I also have a list with all courses I plaid and if possible, I also collect a logo ball of it
    This year I plaid elready 23 different courses, as had the opportunity to play some national tournements
  19. Goldpanner

    Goldpanner
    Trail, BC

    I have lived and played all over Western Canada in my lifetime and through the states. I would think I would be around 100. I used to keep the course cards, but have lost them over the years.

    I still have probably more than 100 to play on my lists throughout the world.
  20. JFrongillo

    JFrongillo
    Bernville, Pa

    By what I can remember I'm at 41. Which is higher than I thought I'd get when I started counting but now that I'm done I am pretty sure I'm missing a few from my High School golf days and likely a few more from random little trips my family took and I probably got a round in.
  21. Eric H

    Eric H
    Ridgway, PA

    Im jealous of all you guys with over 100, 200 etc. I hope i can be that lucky someday!!

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