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Comment from: Dan Shepherd [Visitor]
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I have not played Chambers Bay. I have wonderful things about it, however, and it's on my bucket list. But I have played Salish Cliffs and The Home Course, and I have stayed at Little Creek Casino Resort, and I couldn't agree more with your assessment of those very fine places. Cheers, Jason!
07/11/12 @ 14:24
Comment from: Mitch [Visitor]
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Just back from Chambers Bay and The Home Course. Both are wonderful. CB is a links course with no pseudo. Sure Pacific waves instead of Puget Sound's placid waters would be great, but it's Bandonesque in every other way. HC is my personal favorite because it's somewhat linksy (but no water and it has more conventional fairways+greens) and you can putt and score on it. CB is hard to putt - almost everyone has 3 and 4 putts there until they get the feel (and that is tough to do). HC's fairways are almost as springy and a low, Scottish-style game is definitely in order. HC will just get better every year and deserves mention with CB, Gold Mountain, Washington National, Newcastle and other stars in the NW sky. You can't go wrong.
04/03/13 @ 12:46

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