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about 2 months agoStatus
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Any recommendations to play in Vegas? Played already at TPC, Bali Hai, Bear's Best, Wolf Creek, Desert Pines, National, and Reflection Bay



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Todd MoonI think the Wynn is opening back up in 2019. May be worth a look. I think they are going to give it a new look.
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reviewed Le Golf National
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Can I review a course I didn't play? I guess that since I walked the course up and downs during Ryder Cup, yes ;-) Well, the setting made it look like a true worldwide sporting venue, but to only speak about the course itself, it is long and restless. Not only water comes into play a lot, but once you get on the greens troubles can get doubles!

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reviewed Golf Valdeluz
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Valdeluz is a great course for all type of players. First, it is very respectful of the higher hcp players, as losing a ball is really tough: very little trees, wide fairways and no real bushes around.

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Manu Golfingand ... (sorry for the "press enter"), it also offers a great challenge for good players with greens that are rarely flat, as well as some blind tee shots. Awesome views of Madrid!
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Memories that will last for quite some time! What an event! Highly recommend to attend! this is from the stand on hole #2, with view from first tee right in front. One of the best spot during competition! #RyderCup

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What a week it’s been in Madrid! The Open de España has been a true success! Beyond Jon Rahm’s victory – which is real awesome – the public has been great! Nearly 50.000 people turned up! Spain, like many other countries, is actually losing players every year in the last decade … and there’s a real urge to change this trend. There’s no easy fix, but the feeling is that there’s now a “before the open” and an “after the open” era. Free entrance to all meant lot of people came by curiosity (the Centro Nacional course is virtually in the center, easy access). I personally brought my family there, because experiencing such a tournament is a great way to showcase our sport. Most importantly, lot of kids: we often speak about lack of culture of golf, but this it’s not something you can buy from the proshop … it takes time and different generations to create, and exposing the kids to such an event is the best that can happen to create culture! Pros have been nice to all (balls, gloves, signatures …) and all in all quite accessible. My son has “souvenirs” from Victor Dubuisson, Felipe Aguilar, Pablo Larrazabal and Victor Pastor 😉 He also got to see Jon Rahm’s winning put on the 18th (with a nice panoramic view from my shoulders …) How did you perceive the Open de España from outside?

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Todd MoonGreat write up. Love your picture with your son, your always remember that memory. Visiting Spain in late September for the first time. I have time for one round, is Real Club Valderrama worth traveling to play? Will never forget that Ryder Cup.
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What's your ideal weather to play golf? I'm personally happy with pretty much anything, London's wet mist is actually bringing a lot of memories, this is where I took up golf 15 years ago and this was your average weather all year round ⛳🏌️‍♂️🇬🇧🌧️ If I could avoid something it's definitely windy conditions, although it can be a competitive advantage if you master your trajectories...! 💨🚩↩️

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