Mid Year Newsletter

Hi everyone!!!!

I hope your 2015 is treating you well!  Hopefully you have been able to get out and play some golf.

I have made some good progress on the lists so far this year with a trip to Bandon Dunes.  Let me just say that I loved the Pacific Northwest!  I even got to sit down with Sean Ogle from breakingeighty.com.  He was a great guy and gave me some awesome golf travel advice.

Through June 2015 I have completed the following of the four lists:

Golf Digest Top 100 – 16/100

Golf Digest Top 100 Public – 24/100

Golf Magazine Top 100 – 14/100

Golf Magazine Top 100 Public – 26/100

I am working on some leads at courses.  There are certain areas that have a lot of courses concentrated in a certain area.  If you know private course contacts in the Boston, New York, Chicago, or Los Angeles areas please let me know.  It is through some wonderful generosity that I have played the courses that I have so far.  I love this great game and the people I have met.

If you haven’t already, please bookmark the site (www.tigergolftraveler.com).  I will continue to post weekly on Mondays and I hope that you follow me in this journey.  Please stay in touch and have a wonderful rest of 2015!

Top 100 Courses Played & Posted

Shadow Creek, Bethpage Black, Cog Hill #4, Olympia Fields (North), Pete Dye GC, Harbour Town, Dunes Golf & Beach Club, Barefoot Resort (Love), Sunday River

Top 100 Courses To Be Posted in Future

Pinehurst Resort & Country Club (No. 2), Bandon Trails, Bandon Dunes, Old MacDonald, Pacific Dunes, Pumpkin Ridge (Ghost Creek)

Other Courses Played & Posted

Currahee Club, Musgrove Mill, Pound Ridge,

Other Courses To Be Posted in Future

Gold Mountain Golf Club (Olympic Course), Links O’Tryon , The Country Club of Spartanburg, The Carolina Country Club, The Golf Club at Newcastle (Coal Creek Course), Greenville Country Club (Chanticleer)

General Posts

US Open Recap, Sneak Peek, How Did You Get Started, Golf Memorobilia, Short Golf Trips, Jordan’s Win, Golf Ball Collections, Master’s Picks, 19th Hole Go-To, Favorite Club, Slumps, The Match, Tiger’s Troubles, Golf Movies,

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6 thoughts on “Mid Year Newsletter

      1. I couldn’t agree more, Jimmy. There is so much mainstream hype over Pacific that it seems like a lot of people just default to that as their favourite. Sure, there are some nice views, but it doesn’t even rival the likes of Pebble, and from a pure golf standpoint, it doesn’t come close to Trails, Pebble, Spyglass, Pasatiempo etc., so I don’t get why it’s in the same conversation. Refreshing to hear you felt similar.

        Cheers
        Josh

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