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geauxcats10
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Hammond/Laffy area Golf


Any good courses in these areas?


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BeaverPRO
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re: Hammond/Laffy area Golf


Carter in springfield around Hammond


Laffy:

La Triumph
Wetlands
Oakborne (I think it's member only though)
Squirrel Run






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EyeOfTheTiger311
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re: Hammond/Laffy area Golf


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Oakbourne (I think it's member only though)


Hit me up if you want a round


ETA: but seriously, the Wetlands is your best bet. I love that course.



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BeaverPRO
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re: Hammond/Laffy area Golf


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Hit me up if you want a round

Will do!

My brother actually played out there last monday, and didn't even think to call me...what a bastard



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Fenwick86
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re: Hammond/Laffy area Golf


In Lafayette, Les vieux chenes is a good, fairly priced place to play. Realistically, you wont be able to play Oakbourne or Le Triumph but if you are in that fancy kind of mood you can try the Farm, extremely nice course.





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BRgetthenet
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re: Hammond/Laffy area Golf


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My brother actually played out there last monday, and didn't even think to call me...what a bastard


Hmmm, I know a guy who does this on the reg.






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Hacker
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re: Hammond/Laffy area Golf


Been a member there for a while. Oakbourne is one of my favorite courses to play.





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CoeJ
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re: Hammond/Laffy area Golf


Wetlands, or Farm D'Allie if you want something more challenging. Both better than VC.

There are almost no trees at Wetlands.






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