B removed from phrases yielding humorous ones: "BEGONE!" is a clever title GOOD ONES: Highland scoundrel?
SCOTTISHROGUE [Brogue] Loud parties in Georgia?
ATLANTARAVES [Braves] OR hangers
IVS [liked the parallelism] BTW:
Elite school IVY [I remember not liking this ellipsis in a puzzle two years ago --- still don't, but soon it will de rigueur]
___ golf MINI [another elision: does anyone not use "minature golf"?]
FLATFEE could also be clued as "Soho rent."
Guess 87- & 88-Down are tests of our worldliness, but it's not English, and I see it as a test of the constructor's ability to avoid words not used in our language.
I know what Apples are, I think, but not CR --- probably a techy term found in some arcane list of abbreviations.
Speaking of abbreviations, I don't know what SLC is or what the Great Basin is for that matter.
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun