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Sunset Landing Golf Course
910D3 8.5 Ahina X
Sonartec SS03 Tour Spec 757
Nickent 3dx 3+ V2
Mizzy MP29 3-PW
Cally X Forged 56
Cally X Forged 60
Cally Warbird Stand
65 EZ-Go TXT's
Cally , Puma , Sub70
I try to go blank when I'm over it
Everygolfer should work behind the counter of a golf course and then see what they think they knew.
Even when Harry Pritchett Golf Course was open, the UA golf team played/practiced at Indian Hills and North River, a pair of country clubs. The Pritchett course may have been the single worst golf course ever designed.
Example A: It had a double-dogleg PAR FOUR of about 360. I am not kidding. It was about 180 off the tee, then left about 70 yards, then right about 90. There were also 3-4 parallel holes on the front nine that were identical -- tee off downhill, hit back uphill to the green. On one of those holes (No. 7, I think), The incline was so severe that if you landed the ball in the fairway during a dry spell, the ball would roll back to you.
Since then, I've heard they play at two different places: Ol' Colony in Northport or Capstone Club in Brookwood. I have never played Capstone Club. Ol' Colony is a very good deal for the money but I don't think it's quite the course that some others do. But it is a good test of golf with a sane layout, unlike the old Pritchett course.