WGC-Cadillac Championship Giveaway
By mustang6560 on 3/8/12
The World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship is underway in South Florida at TPC Blue Monster, which means it's time for another oobgolf giveaway! To enter the giveaway, answer the following question in the comments section below.

If you could design a golf course, where would you design it (name of a city) and what style course would it be (example, mountain style)?

The winner of the giveaway will receive a Goose Golf Towel, courtesy of Goose Golf. All comments posted before 12:00 PM CST Friday, March 9 will count as entry in the random drawing. Good luck!


** Giveaway is open to all legal US residents 18 years or older. No purchase necessary. A winner will be announced the week of March 4, 2012 on oobgolf.com. Tax expenses are not included. You have the right to refuse the prize. In case of prize refusal a series of new entrants will be picked until the prize is accepted. Odds of winning based on number of entries. Void where prohibited. For a list of winners, click here.


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bkuehn1952 says:
I'd design a course in Ann Arbor, MI, along the Huron River valley to utilize the elevation changes and water (and also so at $4.00+ a gallon I can afford to drive to it).
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GBogey says:
I love links style courses although my game doesn't. I'd pick a southern locale and design the course around the tees most people play - 6300 - not around championship length that seldom see action.
3/8/12
 
cmuidiot says:
Build one in Miami-Dade, FL at the Everglades. Use the water (seaside sytle?) as an cost advantage for less fairway maintenance. Just need a tee box, a small landing area for a fairway, and greens. Bridges everywhere and the natural dangers of gators. If you don't want to use the bridges, rent an airboat instead of a golf cart that day.
3/8/12
 
lud5380 says:
Along the marginal way in Ogunquit, Maine. Links course.
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wordent says:
If you could design a golf course, where would you design it (name of a city) and what style course would it be (example, mountain style)?

I would design a course in Sioux City, IA. It would be a links style course. We dont have enough opportunities to play links style golf around my parts!
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birdieXris says:
I'd put one in Easton, pa. Make it a cheap, flat Muni so as to get more people to play in that area.
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homermania says:
Can we open this to fantasy locales? I'd love to build Lunar Hills Golf Club on the moon.
3/8/12
 
Kurt the Knife says:
A cute little 3-par on Machu Picchu.
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Kurt the Knife says:
@ homer
Yeah, then maybe my drives would carry more than 200yds.
3/8/12
 
GolferAnt says:
grand canyon golf course...i would get someone to help
3/8/12
 
bducharm says:
I would design a course in Antarctica, call it Southern Pole, indoor of course!!! Cost - $10,000 per round!!!
3/8/12
 
garthspaulding says:
downtown SF. Par 3 rooftop course complete with zip lines.
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BAKE_DAWG40 says:
Links style course in Pyongyang, North Korea close enough to the DMZ so I could orientate the driving range toward it. If you set off a land mine with your golf ball you win a free round of golf. Pyongyand means "flatland" too. I like it.
3/8/12
 
wrhall02 says:
Mexico City needs a good public course, all are private & stupid expensive.

I wuld design a reasonably priced daily fee, very playable Mountain course. The elevation here is great. The ball flies!
3/8/12
 
Banker85 says:
Mokena IL across street from work. tree lined faiways, minimal water.
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Blakevt says:
Piedmont/Mountains of VA, a walkable traditional style course that is resonably priced
3/8/12
 
CeeBee says:
Where is Hooters hdqrs? That's where it would be. 6200 from the tips. Walking only. Hooter babes as caddies and they are Mandatory. Must be 18 to even step on the course. Now I'll think about what type of course to build.
3/8/12
 
Duke of Hazards says:
There's a perfect 160 acre patch of hilly, California shrub land behind my house nestled in the middle of a bunch of housing communities that would be ideal for a golf course. Currently it's just a bunch of nature trails and wildlife and junk.
3/8/12
 
GolfSmith7 says:
In central park ny call it city view
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theghost25 says:
somewhere in the Blue ridge mountains. Away from prying eyes and quiet!
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theghost25 says:
Asheville NC forgot to name a city :(
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mmontisano says:
a not so expensive public course here in Singapore that's near the sea with a linksy feel to it.
3/8/12
 
bsta93 says:
I would buy some land in northeast Ohio where a river meets Lake Erie. Instead of tree lines, the rough would be surrounded by grape vineyards and the clubhouse would double as a winery during the brutal winter months. During the summer and fall months, golf packages could be combined with sport fishing trips on the lake.
3/8/12
 
dtak84 says:
I would build a course on a huge flying platform and charge a fluctuating amount per round. Cost per round would be dictated by where in the world it's located. California, $400 per round. Uganda, free. And then everything in between. The schedule of the world tour would be known to no one but myself, so that people couldn't play trips ahead of time and play when the rate was super low.
3/8/12
 
dartboss04 says:
Anywhere but probably in the south...I'd build a Augusta replica open to the public...
3/8/12
 
pyjlee says:
A mountainous course in Vancouver, BC along the jagged cliffs by the Sea-to-Sky Highway...
3/9/12
 
DrLongballz says:
Lima, Peru. It would be a coastal course like Pebble but the mountains within view. That or a course around Machu Pichu and the Incan ruins
3/9/12
 
legitimatebeef says:
Have to agree with Golfsmith7--Central Park NYC. It's a great fantasy--a lighted 18-hole pitch and putt that's open late. New Yorkers are in need of more healthy normal-people activities. There's nothing to do here except shop, eat and drink.
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dooboo says:
Will design a course in Houston, TX (since that is where I live), and since it is flat land, I would go for the Link style course. Something US players are not used to playing, would be a good addition.
3/9/12
 
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