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BC Travelogue: The Start

Come on baby, light my fire: Sagebrush looks gloomy, but is a joy to play.

I’ll write more tonight when I have a chance to settle into one place for a couple of nights, but I thought I’d drop a couple of photos of what I’ve seen so far. We started at Sagebrush, playing 14 holes (alas a thunderstorm kept me from all 18) in hazy conditions from the nearby fires. I’ll post a couple of videos of Zokol playing on the course — he’s still a wonderful ballstriker, and is a master with a 2-iron.

It just looks like Muskoka: The Ridge Course at Predator is among Carrick's best work.

After stopping by Black Mountain and Tower Ranch (more on those later), we hustled around Predator Ridge’s Ridge course in 3 hours this morning. Though it opens meekly, it is a stunning course in many places, and the aesthetics are matched by the strategies and playability. I’ll write a full review tomorrow.

Off to Invermere…

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