Sorry, IMO Bonneville is garbage.

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Sorry, IMO Bonneville is garbage.

Post by Drgnslyr221 » Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:49 pm

Low frame rates, balls spinning back to your feet from 60 yards away. What kind of fresh hell is this?

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Re: Sorry, IMO Bonneville is garbage.

Post by Drgnslyr221 » Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:51 pm

Seriously, F this course!!

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Re: Sorry, IMO Bonneville is garbage.

Post by Seasider47 » Fri Nov 29, 2019 2:53 pm

We are all entitled to our oppinions. I happen to think its a very good course. It offers great challengers. It seems even for myself who's not a very good player a lot of accuracy. Yes being a hilly course it will roll alot but that happens on other courses. There has been some good scores recorded on the tourney, I set the conditions so I try to make them challenging but at the same time realistic. I set the pins often to allow a poor ball to roll away from the greens. Sorry you had some poor scores but maybe you should look towards your game rather than the course Which by the way will get plenty of use on PGLS.

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Re: Sorry, IMO Bonneville is garbage.

Post by Greensboronclion » Fri Nov 29, 2019 4:31 pm

I got no problem with this course and that's the way courses like this play and you just have to adjust. Not every course is going to be easy and hilly courses just like IRL its all about where you hit the ball especially on approaches to the greens.

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