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Comment from: Tom [Visitor]
You're dead wrong about the front nine at PD. You COULD NOT BE MORE WRONG. It is not target golf, its all about options. 6 and 9 are two of the best holes on the course. But that's OK, go ahead, think there's only 9 good holes. It shows how little you understand the game.
08/28/05 @ 12:10
Comment from: rob r [Visitor]
While the earlier reviewer could have been more polite, the point is valid. Pacific has a strong front nine. Nine actually has two seperate greens - an upper and a lower. Also four is perhaps the best hole on the course, runnning along the cliffside. Perhaps I misesed your thought on those hioles?
08/28/05 @ 12:28
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I cannot disagree with Tom and rob r. The front nine IS strong. Notice my single adjective: different. No deprecatory speech there, right, lads? From a par standpoint, the front is boring (1:7:1 ratio). The back is the wild west (4:2:3 ratio). That's what makes the front and back DIFFERENT. Tom, tell me why you liked the 6th and 9th holes. I'm interested to hear. rob r, same goes for number 4. By the way, we played the lower green on 9, but I drove it in perfect position to attack the upper. Figures, huh?
08/29/05 @ 11:47

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