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Old 12-31-2008, 03:00 PM
 
Location: Sanford, NC
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Sanford has nice courses, and:

Sanford's Tobacco Road Golf Course rated 8th best in the USA
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Old 01-02-2009, 04:56 AM
 
Location: Cary
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Tiger Woods '09 on the Wii has some pretty sweet links. I save a lot on greens fees, but I may have developed wiiitis in my shoulder.
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Old 01-02-2009, 08:02 AM
 
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I'm so sorry!!!! sniff

Moderate to less in price, pretty "tolerant" of "diverse" courses (ie not very picky ) and don't care about services, although not sure what that even means. I'm a duffer too.
Reedy Creek is a good course for not much green (get it? ) Lakeshore in Durham is good too. If you want more bang for your buck (better conditions for a little more money), The Neuse, River Ridge, and Eagle Ridge, and Falls Village are the ticket. Unfortunately, they closed two of the best low cost courses - Wake Forest and Cheviot Hills. As always, I encourage duffers to go out around midday, which is after the most serious golfers have teed off and before the late day rush where people generally are looking for a quick round.

If I had any advice to any golfer in the Triangle, it is this: go get the Calendar Card. It is an actual calendar with pictures of local courses, but on the back is a card to cut out that has discounts to many local courses of all types and prices. It is good for the whole year. Usually you save $5-$8 per round, sometimes more, but you make up the price of the calendar after about 5 rounds. Most of the courses give weekend anytime discounts until April and after Oct-Nov, and others continue to give weekend discounts later in the day.
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