Jan 3, 2019, 9:24 PM
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Registered: Oct 23, 2018
Talking about Fortnite Battle Royale
If you're unfamiliar with Fortnite, it's an exceptionally popular conflict royale-style video game where 100 players jump out of a flying bus, property on an island and compete to be the last one standing.
The island has numerous locations with alliteration-heavy titles where players may land to find treasure chests, collect items and harvest materials, and Lazy Links is one of the newest additions.
We booked a tee time at the country club, which surprisingly has a pretty lenient dress code despite its lavish accomodations, and spent a day exploring all it has to offer.
Lazy Links is a nine-hole, par-3 course. Like the committed journalists we are, we assessed each and every hole mark on the course so as to confirm that it really is a par-3 program.
Side note: Do you know how hard it is to check every hole marker at a video game where you will find 99 competitions and you only get one life per match? Let's just say it took over 1 try.
The level of detail in Lazy Links is actually pretty impressive. The country team has its own crest, the tee boxes and greens are well-groomed, and every hole has a host -- such as Durrr Burger, here on the 3rd hole -- that suggests strong business ties with members of the local community.
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