Docugs wrote:I would play Chariot Run for sure, it's a casino course so they probably have rentals. It's the best public in the area. If rentals become a problem, you could look up golf headquarters, they sell lots of used sets, I bet that you could get the owner to rent you a set while you are here. Plenty of good equipment to choose from.
A-Dub wrote:PR isn't semi private. I think with the new ownership they are a little more open to some limited outside play just to generate some more cash, but they definitely wouldn't be classified as semi private. They just purchased Polo Fields, so they have two private clubs under that umbrella.
That being said, being from Europe, they would probably be open to you getting on out there. Additionally, if you go through Golf HQ for your rental set, Tony the owner is either a member or tight with the guys at PR, and he could make a call for you to get out there. It's a very tough track though, so if you aren't a single digit it probably won't be much fun. Keep that in mind.
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