mrfullwm, on 30 January 2013 - 09:40 AM, said:
I'll echo what some others have said in that Oak Point is a pretty nice course, but it gets compared to and overshadowed by the other courses on Kiawah. It's the redheaded step child of the resort. It has some really nice holes, some that are a little funky but overall it's a pretty fun track.
Depending on where you live Dunes West is probably the best value in the Charleston area. It's a nice layout and the course is always in great shape. I really enjoy Rivertowne but it's way overpriced compared to other non-resort courses in town.
Definitely make sure you get the coupon book next year. It's the best deal in town!
Ya I plan on it. I was going to this year, he didn't tell me that I had to order it in December.
Reidman, on 30 January 2013 - 01:07 PM, said:
Beware of the largest alligator on the planet....can't remember the hole number, but it was the hole with a blind tee shot, and lake on the right.
Was there in January, and not really thinking about alligators during cold weather. Being from Texas...don't really think about alligators on the golf course anyway.
He was on the bank....sunning himself. He was ginormous.
Thanks for the heads up haha I didn't think they were out in this colder weather
Edited by Papa Johick, 30 January 2013 - 01:52 PM.
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