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Good golf course for first time player

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    honavery
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    Mister Shifter wrote >>
    Another good beginners course is Bridgeview, a nine-hole course owned by Columbus State. Inexpensive, not too difficult, and interesting layout.
    http://www.cscc.edu/bridgeview/index.shtml

    Oh yeah, this was probably my 2nd most played course last summer. It does have some interesting holes. Gotta watch out the first 4 or 5 holes though, it’s really tight!

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    billiejean
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    honavery wrote >>

    Mister Shifter wrote >>
    Another good beginners course is Bridgeview, a nine-hole course owned by Columbus State. Inexpensive, not too difficult, and interesting layout.
    http://www.cscc.edu/bridgeview/index.shtml

    Oh yeah, this was probably my 2nd most played course last summer. It does have some interesting holes. Gotta watch out the first 4 or 5 holes though, it’s really tight!

    Sounds really interesting! I’ll have to check it out! Thanks for the info

    #270681

    cyclist II
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    Broadview in Pataskala.

    Its got a view of Broad St. And there is a Wendys next to it where you can eat after golfing.

    #270682

    mBuckeyem
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    I saw Raymond Memorial mentioned a bunch and I’d agree that is a great place for a beginner. I’d still consider myself a beginner and I seem to feel most comfortable there and it is pretty easy.

    1 tip – always try to have a foursome when you go there. I don’t like playing with people I don’t know and the clubhouse tries to mix and match singles and doubles into groups of four even when the course isn’t very busy – like during their twilight special.

    #270683

    I like to spend the day hacking balls at Minerva Lake. No water, No sand and it’s acceptable to wear jorts

    #270684

    Mister Shifter
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    Agreed on Minerva. It does have a couple of moderately tough holes, but it’s pretty wide open and inexpensive.

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