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Comment from: Franz Hasenhundl [Visitor]
Tim, it's great to see that you enjoyed Canadian golf courses and golfers.

While you find the courses "nice" in the London, Ontario area, you would be blown away by the courses in Alberta's Rocky Mountains and in British Columbia.

If you ever plan on visiting, I'd be glad to give you some tips on where to play.

F. Hasenhundl
06/15/06 @ 14:47
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
The Niagara district, near the falls, has the most unbelievable series of new-builds of 4 star quality. Here's a list, with a blog to come...
Legends on the Niagara--2 courses
Royal Niagara-1.5 courses
Peninsula Lakes-1.5 courses
Hunters Pointe-1 course
Thundering Waters-1 course
Grand Niagara-1 course, 1 to come

Your architects are Graham Cooke, Doug Carrick, Bo Danoff, Rees Jones, among others. Right below these 8 are another six or seven that would be beloved if located somewhere else.
06/18/06 @ 09:30

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