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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Golf in the Desert, Arizona

waterhole at the golf courseDesert, mountains, and a water hole make for a pretty site at the golf course.
golfingHubster golfing in the desert.
sunset at the golf courseSunset on the golf course with the moutains in the background is a common, but beautiful site in Phoenix.

golfball in a cactusOoophs, bet someone had a hard time trying to find their ball after this shot. Sadly, you can see from the holes in the cactus this isn't uncommon. I don't know if this damages the cactus. I did ask when we were there, but didn't really get a good answer.

There are lots of beautiful golf courses in and around Phoenix. I don't play, but hubby sure enjoyed himself.
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18 comments:

  1. You think all those people have poor aim or is that right in line with the hole? I have never understood golf or rather how to score it, really makes no sense to me.

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  2. Nice blog..Just came across it through a google search. Interesting information, I would love to come back to this blog again..Since I have an expat blog myself, it would be really nice sharing information and thoughts!!

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  3. I don't even play golf but this vacation spot is beautiful. Hey! Maybe I could go just to protect the cactus!

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  4. Hyde..I think they were really in line given the number that hit it.

    Poor cactus Jan, I think it does need your protection.

    Orange, thanks for visit, I'll hope over to your blog

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  5. Golfing in the desert is surely a unique experience. The photos are great! The last one is quite funny! LOL

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  6. Nice pictures! I really like all this very much. Great post, Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Wooooow - how exotic to a Norwegian! I love playing golf but never tried in a desert. On the contrary; If I would play now, it would have to be in snow and ice ;-)

    Happy Weekend!

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  8. I love the picture of the golf ball in the cactus ,that would be something I would do with my limitations in golf. Great post!

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  9. Hello
    Wow I did not know that there are lots of golf courses in and around Phoenix.Those are good photographs..Thank you very much for this nice post.

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  10. I sure relate to the ball in the cactus! The game looks so much easier when you when it on TV

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  11. Oh my gosh! Your ball hit the desert tree. Its very difficult to bring it back.

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  12. This is a grate game because i an also a golf player.

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  13. This is a very sophisticated game,so high profile citizens are involving on it.

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  14. Ha! ha! ha! That was really funny. How that golf ball hit that spot on the Cactus plant.

    Although I have never played Golf before I have seen it being played. It is amazing like the photos that you have shown here, how the landscape is contoured and continuously maintained over large tracts of land.

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  15. Good...it is a new idea for playing the game of golf. Natural destination places makes golf pretty.

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  16. Wow.....i love to play the golf but these days what is going to be Tiger Wood.

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  17. Golf is a high society game and this is not for everyone.

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  18. Wow I did not know that there are lots of golf courses in and around Phoenix.Those are good photographs..Thank you very much for this nice post.

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