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Chad Lavalamp
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US Open golf ideas
Some buddies and I are heading to Cali for the Open in June. Trying to play 3 courses. Staying in San Fran a couple nights. Playing Half Moon Bay and then heading down to play Pasatiempo. Looking for a 3rd course. Board have any suggestions?


LSUSPARKY621
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Dream of Californication
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re: US Open golf ideas
TPC Harding Park


Golfer
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re: US Open golf ideas
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TPC Harding Park


Woof.


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dpd901
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Thibodaux
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re: US Open golf ideas
You could play Pacific Grove. “The Poor Man’s Pebble”

It’s right out on the tip of the Monterrey peninsula.







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TBCommish
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Houma
Member since Sep 2006
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re: US Open golf ideas
Bodega Bay

Not as manicured as Half Moon and Pasatiempo but still nice. Sorta tucked away on the coast. Relatively cheap.
The site lines are awesome over the Bay from holes on the top of the hill.




TheChosenOne
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re: US Open golf ideas
Pacific Grove and Bodega are good recs. Bayonet in Monterey is a nice course too.

Pasatiempo is a fun, quirky old school track. Those greens may be the closest you’ll ever get to putting on the greens at Augusta. Unfortunately they F’ed up the front 9 with over development.



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