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Winter Texans Favorite Golf Hole: Part 3

20181218 BROWNSVILLE GOLF CENTER NOThis is the final installment of a three-part series highlighting some of our favorite holes to play at the Rio Grande Valley’s golf courses. With this series we are inviting Winter Texan golfers to tell us which holes are their favorites – and while you’re at it, maybe win some cool prizes. Your choice holes can be from any of the Valley’s public golf courses, or country clubs that are open to the public.

You can vote for your favorites either online at www.wintertexantimes.com, or use the ballot printed in today’s edition of the paper. We are looking for the Top Ten Winter Texan Favorite Golf Holes, so you can choose up to ten holes as your favorites, ranking them 1 to 10.

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Winter Texans’ Favorite Golf Hole contest: Part 2

21081212 Tony Butler Golf 08In last week’s edition of the Winter Texan Times, we announced a new golf competition. This is not a golf tournament, but it’s just as much fun to play. We are inviting all our Winter Texan duffers to try out several golf courses – perhaps ones they haven’t played before – then tell us which holes are their favorites. Golf Contest Poll.

So what’s the contest? We have prepared an online ballot where you can vote for your favorite golf hole (or holes – up to ten choices) in the Rio Grande Valley. Just go to www.wintertexantimes.com to cast your vote. Everyone who votes will be entered in a drawing for prizes, such as free rounds of golf at local golf courses. Entry deadline is December 31, 2018.

We will tally the votes and then announce the Top Ten Winter Texan Favorite Golf Holes.

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Winter Texan Times announces Winter Texans’ Favorite Golf Hole contest

20181205 Long Island Village Golf Course aerial FEATDespite all the rumors and comments, the wind is NOT always in your face on every hole of every golf course in the Rio Grande Valley. Favorite Golf Course Poll

It's not true; not a chance. And as soon as we find out which hole it is, you'll read about it right here in the Winter Texan Times. We promise.

But for now we want to hear about your favorite holes in the Valley. You see, golfers are a unique breed. They can remember a hole they enjoyed playing – just once – 25 years ago down to the smallest of details (the pin was sitting 12 yards from the center on the back right edge of the green – and other mystifying facts).

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