domromer wrote:I just played a round at Dexter and it was mostly underwater, hows Pier Park? I was thinking of coming up there next weekend, but won't bother if a need a snorkel.
Eric O wrote:From the viewpoint of someone who plays at Pier 4 days a week or so, you guys have some strange opinions about it.
The odd thing is the twofold fact that everyone raves about the park's beauty while at the same time considering it low on the difficulty scale. It is right in the middle of an industrial district with a rail line going along one side of the park. Not that it isn't scenic in the interior, but I can think of several courses just here locally that blow it away as far as atmosphere and beauty.the_lung wrote:I don't see what's so strange about my opinion.
domromer wrote:For a course to be great needs to have scenic beauty and be challenging. Thats how I don't get that so many people love the fountain Hills course. It was the home course I learned on. People love it. I think it's challenging, but in terms of being scenic. I think it's pretty lame. Just a grassy park around a lake. With the highest fountain this side of the Mississippi.
To each there own I guess.
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