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Coming to NYC... Which course should I play?

Loop

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Next week, I'm going to the US in NYC. So... why not join pleasure to boredom and play a course?
Here's what I'm planning to do:
- Playing Bethpage Black.... But it seems reservations are for NYC residents only. :( And I don't want to camp out the whole night.
- Which leaves me to playing Bethpage Blue, for 30$ US, that's cool :D The other 4 courses of bethpage, you don't need to be a resident of NYC, right?

Any other CHEAP courses around NYC that are good ? :rolleyes:
 

onetime

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I have not played the Bethpage courses since about 20 years ago. You could try and get on as a single on black but it would be a wait. I would suggest the Red, Blue, and Green in that order. THe Red is a good test as well. As for other courses, there is really nothing within the NY city limits. You would be better going to Long Island or New Jersey. Bethpage is the cheapest option for an out of towner though.
 
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Loop

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1 week away and there's so much I missed here.
So what's up guys?

Haven't been able to play golf in NYC.
But I was eating at a restaurant... And Jill Hennessy stepped in :eek:
She's quite nice looking :thumbup:
 

Bravo

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Loop said:
1 week away and there's so much I missed here.
So what's up guys?

Haven't been able to play golf in NYC.
But I was eating at a restaurant... And Jill Hennessy stepped in :eek:
She's quite nice looking :thumbup:

OK, I love NY.

Where are you staying and where are you eating?
 
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Loop

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My brother reserved a Days Inn in Manhattan, but it turned out be in Jersey :killtard:
NY was such a huge chaos, so much people and car, driving there builds up reckless driving skill. And not to mention the parking, which has limitations everywhere. :eek:
What I liked was Greenwich village and soho. Arturo is a nice pizza restaurant on Houston (I think) and Thompson. There's also a little expensive japanese restaurant on Thompson for which we waited in line for an hour and a half. The sashimi they gave us were big as a steak, and I love sashimi. :cool:
 

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