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Bountiful Ridge Pictures

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Here are some pictures from Bountiful Ridge in Bountiful, Utah. The first is from today at the annual Am.

Enjoy. :)
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What a fantastic place to play golf... I love the mountains and having a snow capped peak for a backdrop is georgeous....

I loved the deer too. I could carry my shotgun in my umbrella slot, and fell him with a single shot.

Tell us about the grass on the course...what do you have on the fairways and what is on the greens?
 
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Where the deer is is where I hit my worst drive and got my only triple yesterday. The rough was very thick. I couldn't find the ball and where I dropped I could only hit a wedge out to the fairway.:faintthud
 

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That is one of the best values I have ever seen...$33..

I'd be all over that place...you are lucky.
 
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:D MGD works for me. This was the first vBulletin golf forum I joined. I am using ForeOnRoad for a name on a few other golf forums now. If people don't like the obvious ad feel free to change it, Sling.

$33 is probably the "normal" price around here. I guess that is with a cart, too. I usually use my punch cards at Bountiful and Valley View, so it's really cheap for me. When I play Saturday, it's usually for a UGA Am and the cost is for a tournament (extree donation money).

At one point, I was considering moving to Myrtle Beach. I have it good here and should probably stay here...maybe visit Myrtle Beach or whatever every now and then. At 38, I still have not ever had a real vacation. I would love a real golf vacation. I have never been to Myrtle Beach or practically anywhere.
 

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First...we are the "kinder, gentler golf site"......keep the obvious ad, it doesn't bother me a bit.

Second, if you ever get to Myrtle beach...you will greatly appreciate where you are and never leave again!.....I have never played Myrtle but I have ben through the place....it's a horrific mecca of retched excess...nice place to vist, but............;)
 

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MyGolfDomain.com said:
:D At 38, I still have not ever had a real vacation. I would love a real golf vacation. I have never been to Myrtle Beach or practically anywhere.

Well, consider coming to Birmingham in November. We are going to play some very good courses over a three day period. Many of the guys here are coming and it will be a genuine three day golf vacation with us playing 96 holes of golf...
 

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Bountiful Ridge is AWESOME. The greens are usually scarry fast! I'll be playing there this weekend! Awesome mygolfdomain.com.

I was having the same thoughts about green fairways and snow capped mountains last week! Here's my blog post about it: http://www.hookedongolfblog.com/?p=213

How about this one eh? Hidden Valley CC #18 hole.
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Bravo

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That is stunning.

I have lived in Alabama since I was five where we have little mountains. If you have seen my pic's you will see some decent views from my course.

On the other hand, I worked for a company in Golden Colorado for ten years. I went there once a month for ten years for manager's meetings. Over 100 times. During that time, I fell in love with the Rockies..and the Western US. I love Colorado, Montana, New Mexico and have played a good bit of golf in Denver...

You are lucky to have such a great place to play...
 
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Hidden Valley is private, right? I have not played it yet. If you could get me on as a guest I would probably be up for that. ;)

The only private course I have played is Jeremy Ranch. I played the 2 man scramble UGA tournament a couple of weeks ago. Sweet course!

Nice pics.
 

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Hidden Valley is private, right? I have not played it yet. If you could get me on as a guest I would probably be up for that. ;)

The only private course I have played is Jeremy Ranch. I played the 2 man scramble UGA tournament a couple of weeks ago. Sweet course!

Nice pics.

Yes it's private. My dad is a member there so he takes me 1 or 2 times per week in the summer. I've probably played it more than some "members." If it were MY membership I'd be able to get you on as a guest.....

But perhaps we can play somewhere else in the valley.
 

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