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Re: World´s best EXECUTIVE GOLF COURSE

Sat, Apr 3 2010 12:26 PM by TarheelsRule. 4 replies.
  • ooas United States
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    Sat, Jan 24 2009 3:39 PM

    It´s worth a visit, it´s a full resort with hotel, spa, tennis and golf in the heart of the toltec culture in Mexico.  <link removed>  The flight was $180 roundtrip from Miami to Mexico City at <link removed>

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  • rehill United States
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    Tue, Mar 30 2010 9:45 PM

    This may sound dumb, but what makes a course executive?

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  • WGTniv United States
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    Tue, Mar 30 2010 9:53 PM

    rehill:

    http://golf.about.com/cs/golfterms/g/bldef_executive.htm

    Executive courses are great places for beginners and children to learn to play without the typical country club hassles.  Usually they are more low-key and the setting is more public (no collared shirt restriction), but some are still kept very nicely and can provide a challenge.  They're generally less expensive too which is always a plus.

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  • rehill United States
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    Tue, Mar 30 2010 10:37 PM

    WGTniv:

    rehill:

    http://golf.about.com/cs/golfterms/g/bldef_executive.htm

    Executive courses are great places for beginners and children to learn to play without the typical country club hassles.  Usually they are more low-key and the setting is more public (no collared shirt restriction), but some are still kept very nicely and can provide a challenge.  They're generally less expensive too which is always a plus.

    Ya, that's kinda what I figured. Thanks for the explanation though =)

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  • TarheelsRule United States
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    Sat, Apr 3 2010 12:26 PM

    A lot of times the executive courses would have no par 5's and 6 or 8 par 3's on it many of which are under 100 yards.  Cost and ease of play is what they are going for.  A number of top courses have these on site, the masters even has a par 3 course.

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