How many courses have you played?

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Postby Single L » Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:06 pm

KVN wrote:CA 1
AZ 6
MN 4
IA 13
WI 11
IL 15
IN 3
MI 7
8 60


porkchop wrote:95 Course
8 States

KS - 1
NE - 1
CA - 2
WI - 2
IL - 3
MO - 5
MN - 9
IA - 72


Top 5:
  1. Blue Ribbon Pines
  2. Pickard
  3. Camden II
  4. Akita's Run
  5. Krumboltz
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Postby prodiscgolf » Tue Aug 25, 2009 8:08 pm

ghstinshll wrote:Anybody ever played Edora park in the Rocky foothills in Fort Collins?

http://www.pdga.com/course-details?id=118


Edora's fun, especially when it was the closest course to Estes Park. It's been changed a bit with the newer park amenities, but still a great stop.
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Postby puppetmaster » Tue Aug 25, 2009 9:57 pm

Ia-55
Mo-4 1/2 (@%*# the cliffs)
Co-1
Ne-1
Ca-2
Or-1
Mt-1
Ill-2
Ks-4
72 courses

9 states
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Postby grodney » Wed Aug 26, 2009 6:20 am

porkchop wrote:IA - 72


Who can beat 72 in a single state? Claring, obviously. Harper, K, who else?

I've got 35 in IA for my top state. But I do have 25 in Texas, and I've never lived there.
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Postby Cydisc » Wed Aug 26, 2009 9:54 am

grodney wrote:
porkchop wrote:IA - 72


Who can beat 72 in a single state? Claring, obviously. Harper, K, who else?

I've got 35 in IA for my top state. But I do have 25 in Texas, and I've never lived there.


I'm around 65 in Iowa, followed by 19 in Texas.
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Postby hyzerman16234 » Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:41 am

45 total and 2 states. 8 don't exist anymore. If temporary courses count, we've had about 25 different ones at Wildcat Bluff before we got tired of the work involved and decided to go permanent.
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Postby Buzzznation » Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:43 am

Iowa 44
Illinois 10
Missouri 8
Kentucky 5
Kansas 3
Nebraska 2
Tennessee 2
Indiana 1
Michigan 1
Minnesota 1
Washington 1
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Postby grodney » Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:51 am

hyzerman16234 wrote:If temporary courses count


I don't count them, even for tournaments, like Union in DSM. But I'm sure some people do count them.
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Postby Clue » Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:57 am

grodney wrote:Who can beat 72 in a single state?

I think I'm at 56-57 in Iowa and 30 in Texas.
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Postby claring » Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:34 am

grodney wrote:
porkchop wrote:IA - 72


Who can beat 72 in a single state? Claring, obviously. Harper, K, who else?

I've got 35 in IA for my top state. But I do have 25 in Texas, and I've never lived there.


About 8 years ago I had played all but about 20 of the Iowa courses now I think there are about 30 I have not played

I will let you know the exact number in Iowa in a couple weeks I have been working on that in my spare time
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Postby Single L » Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:56 am

grodney wrote:
hyzerman16234 wrote:If temporary courses count


I don't count them, even for tournaments, like Union in DSM. But I'm sure some people do count them.

I count the temp course, but only temp course that I played a tournament on. I do not count the various layouts or tweaks that are made throughout the years or if a course expands from 9/12/15 to 18+ for tournaments.

Temp Courses that are on my list:
Krumboltz
Mt Crescent
Seymour Smith "The Other 18"
Akita's Run
Ozark Mountain


Akita's Run and Ozark Mountain are listed on dgcoursereview.com so technically they count no matter how you score it. I use dgcoursereview.com to track the courses I have played. By using this I only have to remember the temp courses, courses that no longer exist, and private and unlisted courses ......

U of I - Oakdale Campus (R.I.P)
Dizzy Discs (very sad R.I.P)
Lenox (R.I.P - 9 pins and markers, so technically it was a course :oops: )
Quall Ridge - North Liberty (6 hole boy scout project w/ tee markers and permanent homemade pins, so it counts)
Lake McBride Park (unlisted 9 hole course with wood boxes on poles for baskets and marked tees. Not a terrible layout, but def terrible pins)
Memorial Park - Ottumwa (not sure why it's not listed)
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Postby Cydisc » Wed Aug 26, 2009 12:06 pm

grodney wrote:
hyzerman16234 wrote:If temporary courses count


I don't count them, even for tournaments, like Union in DSM. But I'm sure some people do count them.


I didn't count Union but I did include DMACC. I figure if the baskets were actually installed in the ground it counts as a course.
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Postby crazykrug » Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:58 pm

Iowa - 34
Kentucky - 4
Minnesota - 4
Missouri - 4
Kansas - 2
Nebraska - 1
Nevada - 1
Texas - 1
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Postby dfee » Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:26 pm

IA - 36
IL - 35
NC - 14
WI - 13
MO - 11
KY - 9
KS - 8
MI - 7
IN - 5
MN - 4
OK - 4
GA - 3
NE - 2
CO - 1
SC - 1

15 - 153
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