TWENTY-SEVEN HOLE COURSES

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Jimbo
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TWENTY-SEVEN HOLE COURSES

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I don't know if any of the US PGA events are held on courses that have 27 holes-I know that Hamilton and Oakdale (Canadian Open hosts) each have 27 holes and they usually take a couple of the original nines from the first 2 courses and replace them with ones from the third-and reroute-maybe for TV.
Anyway, I was thinking ( :fear: ) Aside from the time to build the third course, would it be difficult to do three nines and join the 9's into the three combinations (A-B, B_C, A_C) or would you need to do a full 18 holes for each?
Sage-this is one of the issues at Hamilton.
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Jimbo, layout the 27 holes on one plot. Then do hole paths and pins for each different combination as needed. Obviously saving as a different 18 hole course for each combo. EG.. A-B, C-A, B-C.

I have all 27 holes laid out for Cambrian Ridge on one plot and this is how I will eventually complete it. One day.... :smile:

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Duck, I was kind of hoping... :cheers1:
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