Who has the nicest course ?

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Postby asiantangy99 » Mon Apr 07, 2008 10:42 pm

Deacon16 wrote:If your looking west then i would say Hawktree, east hands down is the Fargo Country Club.

ya Hawktree is beautiful, but I gotta include Bully Pulpit, Carrington's is really nice, and Dickinsons
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby billy » Tue Apr 08, 2008 9:24 am

ya i agree too that dickinson has a nice course, expecially the back nine, it is challenging and it has a nice senery, i have never played Carrington's course before is it really nice, or is it pretty hard too?
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby asiantangy99 » Tue Apr 08, 2008 10:55 pm

billy wrote:ya i agree too that dickinson has a nice course, expecially the back nine, it is challenging and it has a nice senery, i have never played Carrington's course before is it really nice, or is it pretty hard too?

Carrington's is really both nice and challenging and they havnt even got all the trees in and fully developed after a few years its going to be one of the nicest courses around. I guess I didnt do the greatest on it but ya its definatly challenging.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby asiantangy99 » Wed Apr 09, 2008 10:49 pm

What about the golf course in devils lake, ive heard its really nice anyone know much about it?
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby BballFan1307 » Sat Apr 12, 2008 3:06 pm

i like Cooperstowns course. just a nice 9 hole course and its pretty nicely kept up.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby FargoBison » Sat Apr 19, 2008 5:43 pm

If it doesn't flood Edgewood is a great course, shame they can't protect it better. I also like Oxbow and the FCC is alright.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby The Schwab » Sun Apr 20, 2008 3:07 pm

BballFan1307 wrote:i like Cooperstowns course. just a nice 9 hole course and its pretty nicely kept up.


do you still feel that way after this weekend? haha
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby BballFan1307 » Sun Apr 20, 2008 4:44 pm

nope haha
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby teetimefortwo » Mon Mar 09, 2009 12:41 pm

Oxbow and Bully Pulpit are both very nice courses and they show some difficulty but once you get out on the course you just start playing the game and it just goes through your mind and you don't even think about it
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby teetimefortwo » Mon Mar 09, 2009 12:43 pm

Cottonwood Golf Course in Casselton may not be the nicest course but it is a challenging 9 holes and beginning in the summer of 2009 a new clubhouse will be in use. there is a lot more space in the main dining area, a garage below the clubhouse to store carts, nice kitchen, and it is about ground level providing a nice view of the course
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby Golf Balla » Tue Mar 10, 2009 2:02 pm

Claz B Fan wrote:1.Minot Country Club
2.Hawktree
3.Fargo Country Club
4.Oxbow

How is Bully pulpit not even on this list when it was rated in golf digest? and Minot Country Club is no where near the best, not even close.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby Knight55 » Mon May 11, 2009 4:41 pm

Dickinson is a joke of a course. It is awful, never green, and it was a mistake that state was there. Devils Lake is probably worse than Dickinson. Until you go down south you can't compare to North Dakota courses in length, difficulty, or beauty.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby Ballingman » Mon Sep 14, 2009 1:33 pm

billy wrote:i think that bully pulpit is the nicest course in the west, there is barely any wind there when i have played and the course always seems to be in good shape. i will say that hawktree is nice, and red mike is tough as balls but when you compare them to bully, hands down bully is the better course in the west


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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby powerranger » Tue Jan 26, 2010 4:22 pm

Hawktree hands down. Hawktree is by far the hardest course in the west. When its windy, you're in trouble. And no, Bully is nice but not as nice as Hawktree. Bully does have a lot of wind, but some fairways aren't that nice. Red Mike is also right up there.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby ddude4 » Fri Feb 26, 2010 9:33 am

Hands down Bully is the greatest.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby gostars » Tue Mar 02, 2010 12:53 pm

hawktree
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby InsideMan » Tue Mar 09, 2010 12:55 pm

Bully Pulpit, Hawktree, and FCC. End of discussion.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby crazymonkey2 » Wed Mar 10, 2010 7:29 pm

How is this even debateable Bully Pulpit was rating top 100 in America according to Golf Magazine its awesome on hole 18 or 19 i cant remember you count to see how long it takes for you ball to hit the ground for me it was 9 seconds hands down the best
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby J.D. » Thu Mar 11, 2010 12:36 pm

I'm definitely biased on this one because I work at Hawktree, but I think Hawktree is the best then The Links of North Dakota then Bully Pulpit. I have never played FCC but I have heard it is great. I also like Jamestown CC, MInot CC and Hear River in Dickinson. I haven't played too many courses out east so I don't know much about them.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby washedupcentralkid » Fri Mar 26, 2010 4:25 pm

I have played every course mentioned so far..and the nicest would be FCC deep into the summer when all the flood damage is gone, the hardest for me wouldnt defitnely be riverwood in bismarck. It does not suit my game at all, i play the bomb and hack style of golf and i dont always hit the fairways, not good at riverwood. YOu guys gotta give GFCC some credit though, greens are always pristine.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby Hinsa » Fri Mar 26, 2010 11:28 pm

I have to disagree on the FCC. It is a nice course and yes, the greens are immaculate. But there is nothing special about the layout. The layout is no better or worse than Edgewood in Fargo or Riverwood in Bismarck - all 3 of those have very large, mature trees that give the course a good look. But for interesting layout, you can't beat Hawktree or Bully Pulpit or even Kings Walk in Grand Forks. Oxbow is more interesting than FCC because of the numerous water hazards.

So, FCC is nice, but the nicest - no.
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby the freak » Thu Apr 01, 2010 2:03 pm

I think that rock creek in lakota is a very challenging course with all the rocks and creek
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Re: Who has the nicest course ?

Postby GoPack#2 » Mon May 31, 2010 10:27 am

I would say Carrington has a nice course hosting the Class B state tournament.
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