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Where has the game taken you?

Abby L., Team Titleist Staff Team Titleist Staff

Hey Team Titleist - 

I hope you guys had a great weekend! With the Team Titleist Invitational at Pinehurst coming up, I was thinking about some of the amazing locations golf has taken me. From the beautiful views near Mt. Bachelor in Oregon to the Sandhills of North Carolina, there hasn't been a shortage of amazing backdrops. 

I'd like to know, where has golf taken you? 

I look forward to reading your answers! 

Team Titleist Staff

37 Replies

  1. Robert C

    Great topic Abby!

    Pretty much from Coast to Coast from the Atlantic Ocean (Myrtle Beach) to the Pacific Ocean (Torrey Pines) and lots of cool and great places in between like Pinehurst and Whistling Straits.
  2. Edward K

    I've been fortunate to work at a few companies filled with golf nuts. Probably the highlight would be a trip to the Old Course....I still have a large bucket list, but if it ended today, I'd be very happy.....
  3. David M

    I've traveled to play in NY, NJ, Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Indiana, Florida, Texas, Missouri, California, Arizona, Nevada, Michigan, Louisiana, Alabama, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Hawaii. Within a week of each other I was playing in Maui looking at the Pacific...and then in Juno Beach, Florida looking at the Atlantic. The low country of South Carolina and the Sandhills of North Carolina (and a course in Augusta) are still the places I go back to again and again.
  4. Rob V

    Great topic, Abby for sure. I have been fortunate to be able to play in many places around the Country including Bandon Dunes, Pinehurst, courses throughout the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Bend, OR and in the Coachella Valley where I live. But the best course I have been able to play, I was able to play this past Friday. That course is Whitetail located in McCall, ID. If anyone has a chance to get there, I strongly recommend you go. The course is certainly challenging in a beautiful setting and immaculately maintained. Great people as well.
  5. Dwayne N

    I have played in Indiana, Kentucky, florida, missouri, tennessee, alabama, south carolina, georgia, Nevada and mississippi. And I hope to continue spreading out
  6. Nathan W

    Over the space of a few months Wentworth in Spring to Woburn in Autumn. There a lot of 'Hidden Gems' in the UK but playing the likes of the West Course and The Brabazon at The Belfry are simply spectacular.

    Where has golf taken me....

    Watching the golfer that made golf a massive interest for me,
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  7. Chris Hatem

    Wow, what a question. Golf has taken me on a path of many of the worlds most famous courses and run-down muni courses which I enjoy almost as much. (St. Andrews, Pinehurst, Bethpage) to name a few. It has also lead me down a path of people. From my childhood days working at Portsmouth CC through playing high school and collegiate golf I have met people who have molded me into who I am today.
  8. 19hole

    I've been very lucky with my golf travels. I have played in a number of fantastic locations in the US. I have played tournaments in Taiwan, Japan and Scotland. I have also been lucky enough to enjoy a few rounds in Australia. I have met and played with a number of fantastic people along the way.
  9. masamitsu

    Pretty much the same as Robert. From the east coast all the way to Hawai'i. Haven't played in Europe yet but that's on the bucket list.

    Favorites along the way:
    - Kapalua Plantation
    - Pinehurst
    - Caldonia / True Blue (Myrtle)
    - Whiskey Creek (Maryland)
  10. Robert C


    Pretty much the same as Robert. From the east coast all the way to Hawai'i. Haven't played in Europe yet but that's on the bucket list.

    Favorites along the way:
    - Kapalua Plantation
    - Pinehurst
    - Caldonia / True Blue (Myrtle)
    - Whiskey Creek (Maryland)

    Pretty great list there. I'm with you on the Europe Bucket List.

    Whiskey Creek is one of my local favorites and one of the best in the entire DC/Baltimore region in my opinion.
  11. Sirhc

    My travels aren't nearly as extensive as some others: Hawaii, Texas, Florida, California (home state). I played six courses that host or have hosted PGA tournaments and two that hosted LPGA tournaments:
    - Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill & Poppy Hills (I used to live 1.5 hours away);
    - Torrey Pines (North and South Courses);
    - Disney World (Palms);
    - Twelve Bridges and Lincoln Hills (LPGA).
    The people made those experiences as much as the courses and scenery. Thanks to all I have met during these trips.
  12. Dave N

    For me ,not far . In fact I just got to play the home course this summer, too much work. I took a week off and Blammo , Hurricane Hermine comes through. What luck.
  13. Sean S

    I've been really lucky that I get to travel for work and had family in Pinehurst.

    Favorite courses:
    Torrey Pines (South)
    Turtle Bay (Palmer)
    Pinehurst No 2&9
    Orange County National (Crooked Cat)
    Musket Ridge
  14. Scott C.

    My favorites have been all over, but the best for me has been Scotland -- Old Course, Kingsbarns, Carnoustie, Royal Troon, Turnberry, Muirfield, Prestwick.

    My favorite in Hawai'i is King Kamekameha on Maui. On the East it is Congressional.

    Old Works in Anaconda, MT has a special place because I broke 90 for the first time.
  15. Bruce S

    Northern California, Monterey Peninsula, Hawaii, Palm Springs, Southern California, Nevada, Arizona, Hilton Head, Bermuda,
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