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09-22-2022 , 12:09 PM
Oregon/PNW guys or others who have been - thinking of adding on Chambers before this trip as a flight to Seattle may make the most sense and CB is on my hit list.

Week after Thanksgiving - could be pretty wet obv but my research seems to suggest that Chambers drains as well as any other sand-based course so it should be fine?

Any experiences or reservations about trying to do it that time of year? Save that adventure for a better time?

Last edited by KingJames; 09-22-2022 at 12:23 PM.
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09-22-2022 , 06:29 PM
it was built on an old sand and gravel site, and they hauled off, cleaned, and brought back almost 1.5 million cubic feet of earth to build it. it won't be soft to walk, if the grass is wet the fairways will play short and you won't get as much of the linksy roll out
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09-29-2022 , 05:37 AM
If you have time I highly recommend Pebble/Spyglass -> Bandon -> Chambers Bay. You could probably do it all in about 8-10 days. If you have extra time can head over to Coeur d'Alene and onto Glacier National Park area. Neither of the last 2 stops were golf focused although I believe Coeur d'Alene has some good courses. One of my favorite trips ever.
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09-29-2022 , 06:39 AM
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Originally Posted by navyvol1998
If you have time I highly recommend Pebble/Spyglass -> Bandon -> Chambers Bay. You could probably do it all in about 8-10 days. If you have extra time can head over to Coeur d'Alene and onto Glacier National Park area. Neither of the last 2 stops were golf focused although I believe Coeur d'Alene has some good courses. One of my favorite trips ever.
That does sound good. I did the Pebble/Bandon combo within a week of each other once and it was an awesome combo. Didn't plan on doing it, just happened to have work trips line up that way.
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