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    Hey nuts,
    Me and 3 other partners joined CL players club. We got 6 passes that we can use at following courses. So far we played National Pines. Which of the following are worth a visit. Got 5 passes to use. TIA.

    Bond Head (played many times),
    Cherry Downs (played many times),
    Hidden Lake (played many times),
    Rolling Hills (played many times),
    Caledon Woods (haven't been),
    Eagle Ridge (haven't been), Glendale (haven't been),
    Station Creek (played once long time ago),
    National Pines (played a few times),
    Grandview (haven't been).
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  • #2
    I guess the question is which of these should we play Glendale, Grandview, Eagle Ridge, Caledon Woods and Station Creek?
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    • #3
      Grandview is a must and Eagle Ridge is good.
      Def National Pines again

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      • #4
        Originally posted by gimmeabogey View Post
        I guess the question is which of these should we play Glendale, Grandview, Eagle Ridge, Caledon Woods and Station Creek?
        Well: not knowing your preference in type of courses your group likes, willingness to travel, walkability factors etc, my answer is: You have five passes. Five courses. Play them all and form your own opinion for future revisits.

        That is what I did last year (also as a Players Club member), and I made repeat visits to those that I liked or were closer when that mattered.

        I must say that I picked a gorgeous day to drive up to play Grandview and that was a highlight for me for a bunch of reasons, including the golf. But crappy weather and a less fortunate pairing could also have made quite a difference.

        I doubled up on Eagle Ridge (closest by) and walked it the second time for variety. It was a hoot.

        Also liked Glendale.

        Was glad I played the other two but established my own preferences.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by gimmeabogey View Post
          Hey nuts,
          Me and 3 other partners joined CL players club. We got 6 passes that we can use at following courses. So far we played National Pines. Which of the following are worth a visit. Got 5 passes to use. TIA.

          Bond Head (played many times),
          Cherry Downs (played many times),
          Hidden Lake (played many times),
          Rolling Hills (played many times),
          Caledon Woods (haven't been),
          Eagle Ridge (haven't been), Glendale (haven't been),
          Station Creek (played once long time ago),
          National Pines (played a few times),
          Grandview (haven't been).
          well first off avoid bond head cherry downs, hidden lakes and rolling hills

          eagle ridge is nice course very underrated and if you have time to get up north grandview!!!

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          • #6
            I re-upped on the Players Club this year (to the Advantage - 10 passes)

            I would rank them in this order...
            1. Grandview
            2. Glendale
            3. Eagle Ridge
            4. National Pines - not a fan
            5. Station Creek
            6. Caledon Woods
            Every great idea starts out as a blasphemy

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            • #7
              Originally posted by OJ14 View Post

              well first off avoid bond head cherry downs, hidden lakes and rolling hills

              eagle ridge is nice course very underrated and if you have time to get up north grandview!!!
              Why avoid Bond Head & Cherry Downs?

              Solid courses imho
              Every great idea starts out as a blasphemy

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Big Shooter View Post

                Why avoid Bond Head & Cherry Downs?

                Solid courses imho
                I'd like to know too. I loved BH when I was a member there.

                Grandview is the only must play on that list in my opinion.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Big Shooter View Post
                  I re-upped on the Players Club this year (to the Advantage - 10 passes)

                  I would rank them in this order...
                  1. Grandview
                  2. Glendale
                  3. Eagle Ridge
                  4. National Pines - not a fan
                  5. Station Creek
                  6. Caledon Woods
                  Thanks all. This list is kind of what I gathered from responses. Will hit the top 3 and maybe Station Creek because of its close proximity.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by kich View Post
                    Grandview is a must and Eagle Ridge is good.
                    Def National Pines again
                    I'd play NP over Grandview any day of the week.
                    Driver - Cobra F7
                    Fwy Metals - TM M2 3+5
                    Hybrids - TM SLDR 4+5
                    Irons - TM M4 6-AW
                    Wedges - King Cobra 54+58
                    Putter - Scotty GoLo5r

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                    • #11
                      Most who dont like NP its because its a difficult track. Hands down one of the best courses in CL.
                      Driver------TM M6 (9) Fujikura Pro 2.0 Tour Spec 6X 45.25"
                      3W---------TM M3 (16) Fujikura Atmos Red Tour Spec 7X 43.25"
                      5W---------TM M3 (19) Fujikura Atmos Red Tour Spec 7X 42.25"
                      3i-----------TM TP UDI (20.5) Dynamic Gold X100
                      Irons-------Mizuno MP4 (4-PW) Modus 3 125X
                      Wedges---TM Milled Grind Modus 3 125X (48) & TM Hi-Toe (54)(60) Modus 3 125 Wedge
                      Putter------TM Spider Tour Black (DJ) 34" SS Pistol GTR

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jasonp View Post
                        Most who dont like NP its because its a difficult track. Hands down one of the best courses in CL.
                        I used to play NP quite a bit (before it was ClubLink), just one of those courses that doesn't 'do it' for me....like Copetown Woods & Osprey Heathlands

                        I can think of 5 that are much better.....but to each their own I suppose
                        Every great idea starts out as a blasphemy

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Big Shooter View Post
                          I re-upped on the Players Club this year (to the Advantage - 10 passes)

                          I would rank them in this order...
                          1. Grandview
                          2. Glendale
                          3. Eagle Ridge
                          4. National Pines - not a fan
                          5. Station Creek
                          6. Caledon Woods
                          Seems a bit backwards TBH. Not sure how Caledon Woods is behind SC, ER, GD. National Pines is one of the top Clublink courses... Should be Platinum if it weren't so far out of the city.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by CMo22 View Post

                            Seems a bit backwards TBH. Not sure how Caledon Woods is behind SC, ER, GD. National Pines is one of the top Clublink courses... Should be Platinum if it weren't so far out of the city.
                            What is it you love about CW?
                            Every great idea starts out as a blasphemy

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                            • #15
                              There's no "gimmicky" holes, the greens mid season are some of the best in clublink in terms of condition, its fair but tough. I just don't think out of the courses you listed its the worst, its definitely better than eagle ridge.

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