Links 2k3 - Appreciation Society

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morvio100
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Links 2k3 - Appreciation Society

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Felt incumbent of me to remind Andy (for keeping the site in good order - and running seamlessly), and all the great designers, who keep this great game alive and kicking, that their works and efforts are very much appreciated by the ever growing Links community....Great site Great Game .... pc Golf Perfection...reckon all you Linksters out there ...should drop some words of encouragement and gratitude to the folks who have made this oldie but goldie the best golf best sim out there...Well Done All !!.. :clapping:
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Daniel
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I second that great bunch of people :clapping: :clapping: :clapping: :clapping:
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Adelade
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I dont think people like being told what they "should" do, but nevertheless - appreciation threads are always nice so I will jump on.

As a player, Im very thankful there are still such an impressive amount of active designers making courses for this old game!

As a designer, Im very thankful for each and every person who's around to download what we design!

As both, Im very thankful there are people who run or help run LC and other websites related to Links, and everyone who participates in the forums etc.
Finished main APCD Projects: Amedal (own design), Nine Bridges (real course)
Other: Austin, Kauri Cliffs HD. Updates: Whirlpool, Royal Lytham, Royal St George's, Chicago, Chambers Bay
Working on: 2 fictional courses + a couple things...
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Kunkleman
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Most appreciative of all---past and present. :clapping: :clapping: :clapping:
fiver
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I agree with all who mention What a great group of individuals who run, design and play these great designs.
Appreciation to all you wonderful people! :cheers1:
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fiver wrote: Thu Aug 25, 2022 2:47 pm I agree with all who mention What a great group of individuals who run, design and play these great designs.
Appreciation to all you wonderful people! :cheers1:
:thumbup: :notworthy: :cheers1:
Ditto! and...double Ditto!
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Danny D
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I'm with everyone else. Appreciative for the fellow Links users and designers, and I'm very happy to be able to contribute to the game as a designer.

:cheers1: Dan
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Real Courses: The National Golf Club of Kansas City - Wakonda Club - Coeur d'Alene Resort Course
Fictitious Courses: Northern Lakes - Golfcom Tees
Southern Oaks - Hometown 9 hole real course with a fictitious back 9 added
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Weeler
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I'll join in on the accolades for both LINKS and the Links Corner site. Now that I don't get out play as many rounds in real life as I used to, I find that playing Links definitely fills the void when I need a "golf fix". In fact, it's the ONLY golf sim I play now. With over 2500 courses to choose from and many
more coming along each month contributed by some very talented course designers, what more could a player want ?
I enjoy almost all the styles of courses represented, but really appreciate the REAL course releases, because since I know I most likely will never really play them, it's great to get an actual feel for how they look and play.
As for the Links Corner site.....with all the Forums and input, nearly every question or observation you have is available as a "reference". It's truly
a comprehensive resource for the game. I, too, think that Andy deserves a round of applause for the great job he does in keeping the site up and running as well as "moderating" things if necessary. He's very "level headed" and professional.

Thanks again to all of you for keeping this game alive and active ! :thumbup: :tiphat:
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