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BNLongdriver
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We haven't done this in a while ---- maybe it's time to do it again. What course(s) are the most player friendly and perfect for your first day pm round of golf for your vacation. 

1 - Wizard

2 - Wild Wing

3 - Myrtle Beach National: West Course. 

There are many others, I'd like to hear what you feel are great first day warm up style courses! 

Brian Noblin
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wolverine12
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I like MBN West also,  either of the Myrtlewood courses, Brunswick,  & when they were in good condition Lion & Panther @ Ocean Ridge.   Closed courses had Possum Trot & Heather Glen in the category. 


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DenisGilbert
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Do really like MBN West as a "first day" course, specially after a long winter!

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ArtMBGolf
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I also think of MBN West + Wizard as ideal warmups. 
 
Good premium warmups are:  Crow Creek + World Tour 
 
Some budget warmups are:   Sandpiper Bay, Crown Park, Brunswick   

 

 

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tadpole
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I think Crow Creek is an excellent first-day course.  Always in good condition with excellent customer service.  Very nice bar/restaurant area.

Would also agree with MBN West and The Wizard being good "warm-up" courses.


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Artist08
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Wizard, MBN, Crow Creek, Myrtlewood


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leftygar1
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Three good choices Brian, would add Sea Trail Byrd and Jones, nice wide fairways, conditions though can be spotty.  Arcadian Shores also comes to mind, again wide fairways and greens that are very much improved.  Will be nice to see others thoughts on friendly opening day/warm up courses to play.


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djr6648
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MBN West is a good choice for a warmup course. We usually schedule Beachwood for our first course when we are down for the winter. There’s not much water or other trouble and it’s usually in pretty good shape.


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Beachwood


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The West course at MBN is my first choice. Next are Wizard and Wild Wing. I like to play at Shaftesbury Glenn as a starting golf course during a trip at MB.

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Skippy
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All good choices...I'd probably go Wizard.

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The Wizard to me is great kick off course and golfer friendly. 

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West Beachwood Sandpiper Crown Park.  Wild Wing isn't an easy course - has a bunch of tough long holes on it along with plenty of strategic water. WW and Wizard are good second round or final round courses. 

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