A Golfer’s Bucket List: No. 4 (T.P.C. Edition)

TPC at Sawgrass, February 9, 2009.

lurasidone Lurasidone side effects TPC at Sawgrass, February 9, 2009.

Āsansol Play the Stadium Course at the TPC at Sawgrass. Hacking your way around a memorable course that you can watch the pros play on TV is both exciting and instructive, and the Stadium Course is the most engaging regular tour venue that mere civilians can play for a somewhat reasonable price. Bay Hill, Cog Hill, Doral, Harbour Town, and Torrey Pines are also possibilities. So is Pebble Beach, although eighteen holes there, including the obligatory add-ons, may cost more than the annual dues at your home club, and your round will seem to last for several days, and the greens will disappoint you, and the people in the group in front of yours will turn out to have taken up golf the day before yesterday. The Stadium Course is fun to play, and when you later watch The Players Championship—the fifth major!—on TV you will recognize more than just the last two holes. Playing a tour course will help you appreciate how the pros make their living, and the next time Tiger or Rory or Rickie dumps one in the water on seventeen you can tell your buddies, “Hey, I’ve done that.”

Seventeenth green, TPC at Sawgrass.

Seventeenth green, TPC at Sawgrass.

2 thoughts on “A Golfer’s Bucket List: No. 4 (T.P.C. Edition)

  1. Don’t forget the Disney Courses! But as for TPC courses, I haven’t yet had the privilege of playing Sawgrass, but I CAN say I’ve played other “TPC” courses and have been severely underwhelmed, even when tour events have been played on them. Nothing really memorable on any of them. Other than thinking, “This is a TPC course? how disappointing”

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