I'm amazed you remembered the courses I did. As for PG you haven't kept up with me - Appollon Island Resort, Port Muir, Taiga Forest and the one in the works is Cutlas Cove. Glad to see that all 4 would come into the Continental Tour geographical area.
Well, I didn't remember them, I cheated a little by looking them up on an old JN6 site lol - where I think they are still available for download!! Teignton was my favourite, being set in Devon where I live - not far from the River Teign in fact!
Oh no!! So YOU'RE responsible for those accursed, squawking birds at Appollon Island Resort!!?? LOL
And I'm still thinking about including Taiga Forest on the Continental schedule - I've played it 2 or 3 times but am going to play it again, I'm a sucker for tough courses hehe...
Hi, since there is going to be a combined "money" list as well as individual ones then am I correct to assume that the payouts for each tour will be the same each week? One aspect I'm not to keen on is the separation of all players into two camps. There will be a lot of players I usually compare myself to that will be playing on the other tour. Even if I use the 8 chances to play the other tour I still might not end up playing against the players I want to. Have you given any thought to say the top 30 from each tour playing against each other in some kind of playoff at the end of the season?
Yes, payouts will be the same each week for both tours - except the payouts will be more when there is a Major or a WGC event.
The main purpose of the Tour concept was to have two tours loosely mirroring the real PGA Tour and European Tour - that wouldn't be possible without "separation of all players into two camps". If you want to compare yourself against certain other players you can still do it playing PGA9, PGA18, Stableford and the PGLS Open.
Your play-off idea at season's end is a very interesting one! I hadn't thought of that but will certainly give it consideration. My initial thoughts would be for, perhaps, the top 16 earners on each tour being involved - but time may be prohibitive here. That's because at the end of every season we will hold either the Ryder Cup or the Presidents Cup, and each of those will use up another 3 weeks. That would mean 49 weeks of the year used up and a lot of guys might want a break for Christmas next year!! However, it will be discussed and many thanks for the idea!