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  1. Just got back out on the course over the weekend after an accident with a golf cart put me on the DL for nearly two weeks... Like an idiot, i was trying to reach over and unhook the passenger side clasp for the windscreen while driving down the cart path, instead of just waiting for 15sec when i would have stopped by the green on a par3. Being the fat ass that i am, my stomach caught the wheel which suddenly made the cart do a 90 to the left. I got thrown out of the cart and landed on the path with basically all my 300lbs onto my left elbow. But it was my arm's impact into the left side of my ribs that caused the real problem. Some very painfully sore ribs but thankfully i didn't actually break any. Could'nt hardly sleep the first couple nights. All in all though, I was extremely lucky to walk away with just a few cuts on my elbow and some bruised ribs. I guess all those years of drinking a lot of milk finally paid off...
    14 points
  2. dude i’m trying to enjoy my time on the golf course. what kind of crap is this?!
    14 points
  3. I got out today to play nine holes and do some testing for the Odyssey White Hot OG putter test. Shot a 52 today, but the star of the show was the putter. I had a grand total of 12 putts. I chipped close a couple of times, but holed putts from 26 and 31 feet along with hitting one from off the green that was 18 feet. I shut into more detail in the testing thread. As far as ball striking goes, it was an on and off day there. The driver showed up in the middle of the round, but it left me at the bookends of the day. Irons were decent, I few shanks that first showed up during the warm-up on the range. The wedges were about the same as the irons, I hit some absolutely great shots and some that were atrocious. I can't complain, the work I've been putting in is starting to show up on the course. It's a nice confirmation that with more work my game will continue to improve.
    13 points
  4. Well it's the weekend and time for another adventure from Yellow Ball. Yellow Ball has been watching a show on TV call Big Sky so I thought I would share a little bit of my adventure in the Big Sky state with @fixyurdivot this past season. You know his season is pretty close to being over now so maybe this will refresh his memory of one day in his glorious golf season. He took me over to this course called Beaver Head. For the first time Yellow Ball was scared. Why did they cut the Beaver’s head off? Hell, all I have is a head. What are they going to do to me if I don’t behave? Me, behave, that’s like asking a bear not to crap in the woods! Hey…What’s brown and sits in the woods? ….. Winnie’s Pooh! Sorry some YB humor there. While on the course there was a house nearby and I could see a golf bag on the deck. I know what happened to the beavers head! Do you know why @fixyurdivot stated that “fairways are over rated”? Well now I know, it’s because he’s hardly ever in them! Come on guys just a little further. You can almost reach me! What’s with all you guys and water? You get on a par three with water and it’s all over. Nice double there buddy! I’m starting to get tired of the life vests I think I’m going to have to go full scuba gear soon. I’ll have to put that on my Christmas list. I'm sure it will come in handy for next season. We get on the next par three and it’s a beauty. Luckily no water. 206 yards long into the wind and he pulls a 3 wood and comes up 10 yards short. He hits another and comes up 10 yards short again. I couldn’t contain myself any longer! I switched his head covers and he was actually hitting a 5 wood. The best part was he thought he mixed up the headcovers. Then he called himself a dipshit! Need I even comment here? For a course in the “Big Sky State” the course was pretty flat. Looked simple enough to me but obviously it must have been a little tricky because a lot of his approaches were short and right. The good news is that it is close to simulator season for him now. At least he won’t lose a ball there!
    13 points
  5. Ok, i feel dumb at the moment. Remember that Evnroll putter hosel i messed up? Well, its a ER2V so the hosel itself is removable and replaceable lol. So i didn't completely wreck the putter.
    13 points
  6. We're finally beginning to settle in here in Florida. Last time I played was back in Ohio several weeks ago, today was the first time playing in Florida since last year. The Bermuda fairways and greens took a bit of getting use to - but overall not a bad 88. 46 going out and 42 back in. This birdie on a 150 yd Par 3 helped the score.
    13 points
  7. ... Every day is an adventure ain't it? I wish they were all good adventures but not even true for Tiger. Might have been my best day ever with a putter yesterday as I missed one putt inside 20 feet. Irons were about as good as I can hit them. But my driver was a Jekyll and Hyde all day. Knowing the fairways have just been over seeded so practically zero roll and I think subconsciously (OK, maybe a little consciously ) I was trying to get a little extra out of my driver and hit 2 really nice drives, several serviceable drives but waaaaaay too many poor drives. Nothing worse then needing a few extra yards and hitting it in the heel and losing about 20 yds or the 2 I hit high on the face with 1/2 a ball dimple showing for a drive traveling higher than it's distance from the tee. Hitting a hybrid or 5 wood when it is normally a mid iron is just brutal. ... So thanks mostly to my putter I had 3 birdies and 2 bogies. This game is just so difficult to do everything really well and it always seems like at least one element of the game is a struggle. Ya drive the ball great, hit your irons reasonably well and just can't make a putt. Your putter is on fire but your wedges and irons are on vacation. From that great golf announcer Roseanne Rosanneadanna:
    12 points
  8. I keep trying to kick this wedge out but every strike is just pure center so I decided it was either my delivery or approach. Thanks to my pro on Thursday we decided it was my delivery. Hit 100 balls or so today before I played and well it is now back off the waiver wire. Every shot with it is just dead nuts center.
    12 points
  9. Here is the video I made while testing the wonderful… Edel EAS #4 putter i was lucky to be making the video on the same day the putter caught fire, and I had my historic 23 putt day. A few of these putts are from off the green, so in my world, they don’t count as a putt, as they are shots that could have been taken with a wedge or whatever… go check out the testing page for the Edel EAS putters, it’s pure money…
    12 points
  10. Went to the range yesterday and hit the ball pretty terribly; then went to the short game area and hit pitches for a little while. wasn't looking forward to the round today based on how I hit the ball yesterday. Warmed up and was hitting the ball pretty well and it carried over to the round. Overall pretty solid ball striking with irons and short game. I changed the shaft and loft of my driver and struggled with it a little bit. Tee shots were either good or kind of popped up. Greens had been recently punched and the ball was bouncing a bit. 7 FW, 10 GIR, 32 Putts 41/38:79
    11 points
  11. Interview this morning at 11 central. I really have a good feeling about this!!!
    11 points
  12. First day of hopefully 5 rounds at 5 different courses. Played a course I haven’t played before, it was either awesome or awful, with not much in between. Started with a birdie, then it was a bit ugly. Irons were awful and short game was very rough. Multiple misses on the short side didn’t help. Highlight was driving the green on a short par 4 after playing through a group of 4 locals, they were suitably impressed. It was my Sub70 849 Pro, I’ve tagged it as a 2 wood during testing.
    11 points
  13. Been a while since I have been in here. I got a $100 gift certificate to my nearest golf shop from the wife for my birthday a few weeks ago. I had to take her over to a few doctor appointments and decided instead of waiting in the lobby I’d sneak over to the shop and pick up a couple dozen balls with the gift certificate. Well something may have caught my eye before I made it to the balls. I ended up walking out with a new Sun Mountain C-130 cart bag. Before you even ask, yes it matches the MGS Driver headcover perfectly. Lol.
    11 points
  14. Part 1: the getting Hello all, it's time for another unofficial review. A standard brown cardboard box. This one came complete with 6 sides and some packing tape. As far as brown boxes go, I'd say it is as good as most. It retained it shape while traveling from the far reaches of California to Washington. This box also did its best Russian nesting doll impression. Inside the first cardboard box was some foam, and another cardboard box! This second cardboard box was not nearly as sturdy, much thinner ply and shinny black. It turns out that it wasn't even a box! It only has 4 sides. Since it is missing 2 sides I only give it a 3.5 on my cardboard box rating scale. Things got back on track with a good solid, fully 6 sided box inside that flimsy fake box. Good texture, solid feel. I'd give it a slightly higher rating if it was scented, but it wasn't so... Let's give it a 8. Hidden inside this non-scented box, was what I guess I'll spend the next post discussing.
    10 points
  15. Even par 72 for my 1st round with my i59’s! 9/14 FIR -11/18 GIR - 5/7 up&down - 29 putts 4 birdies 4 bogeys
    10 points
  16. Thoughts on my game ......
    10 points
  17. Okay, so I have Osteoarthritis in my fingers and bilateral carpal tunnel. Friday, my OT taped me up with K tape, from my Palms to my elbow and said i5 should last 3 days. So I wore a pair of gloves to keep the tape attached to my Palms. This destroyed my feel on chips and putts. I missed 3 birdies by fractions of an inch and had a quad(4 putt)….Ugh! Shot a 47/45:92 using my backup clubs(Wilson Triton, Bombtech 3W, 4H, PowerBilt 5W, Patriot 7W and Hogan irons/wedges). All things considered, I had a good round. Full swings with 5h3 Hogans were terrific. Driver & Fairways were great, Hogans were like butta.
    10 points
  18. Literally today spent the most I ever have ever spent on golf clubs, but new irons and wedges are ordered. Mizuno 921 HM Pro 4-W, and 3 HI Toe Raw from TM
    10 points
  19. My ball striking and putting are where I want them to be, but my short game is still my Achilles heel. I’ve played well enough to come in 1st and second in my Tuesday and Saturday leagues last week, but it’s sad how many strokes I lose around the green. My 81-83’s would be 5-6 strokes lower if I had an average short game. I’ve said this before, but the guys I play most with tell me I have the game of a single digit cap until I take a wedge out of the bag. Then I become a 23 cap. It is what it is, I guess. I’ll never be great at that part of the game, but I just have to figure out how to get better. This semi yip thing I’ve got going on is embarrassing… Tuesday League, 18th hole, par 5. I hit a nice drive, and have 210 to the hole. The problem is if I want to try to reach in two, I have to hit a shot 190 in the air to clear a waste area. Normally I’d lay up and hit a 56* with my third shot, but a bird would give me a 79. 80 is a good score, but not if you lay up to shoot it, so I hit my 3 wood. I hit it as good as I could, and it ended up hole high about 15 feet off the left edge of the green. Problem was the flag was in the right corner about 50 feet away. I proceed to stub my 52* about 6 feet, then thin it across the green barely staying on the fringe. I two putted from there and took a 6 and an 81. Two shots traveled 450 yds, the next 4 went 50 feet. That my friends, is frustrating…
    10 points
  20. That's why Tony wanted me to carry around a flag! First, @tony@CIC is losing his memory when it comes to what I look like to everyone. I think he needs to re-read my very first post. It's ok it sucks to get old. But yes, I am a master of disguise. I even managed to do a dis-appearing act on the plane when that big guy sat on me. ohhhh bad flash back there! Second, Tony's eyes must be going as well. That's why I have to carry around a flag when I'm with him. Third, His hearing must be going as well. I call out and he never hears me. Fourth, I can only hope he isn't playing with a senior flex shaft in his driver! If you know what I mean! I don't need to know the answer. But they make a pill for that. Just trying to be helpful here!
    10 points
  21. Played Country Club of Virginia today in a Pro Am in a tidy -1. After my tee shot on the first that almost went into the parking lot (made a nice par) I settled down band played well for the day. Our pro asked me on 14 why I don’t do this for a living so I take that as a compliment. Overall it was a fantastic course with the toughest greens I have played in a long time.
    10 points
  22. The solution to your problem. Your welcome.
    10 points
  23. I hit a small bucket of balls yesterday before moving over to the putting green to get an initial idea of how the Odyssey 2 Ball is going to work for me. I started out by hitting wedges toward specific targets and seeing how close I can get them. Most of my shots went close to the right distance, but left. It's not as bad as my usual left miss and I feel I'm starting to dial in aim on these short little pitch shots. I then moved up the bag work irons and I'm starting to see some positive results from my lesson, the Swing Jacket, and the Power Up wedge. I'm getting more weight feeling like it's on the inside of my right foot on the backswing and the results felt like I wasn't hitting them as fat. It could be trickery by the range mats, but I didn't hear as many scraping sounds off the mat before hearing ball contact. I hit some 5 weeks and only saw one horrible top out of the bunch. I did hit some low trajectory shots, but I'm happy with the improvement.
    10 points
  24. had one of those range sessions this morning where i should’ve quit while i was ahead. hit my wedges through 8i great while warming up and getting loose. i usually go 52/56/60 to the 75 marker, then 52/56/60 to the 100 marker to get loose and work towards a more full swing before moving in to alternating short irons contact was crisp. ball was taking off on line and going the right numbers. worked on some knockdown shots after that using my 8i to the 150 flag and i was stoked with how i was able to get great contact and bring my ball flight down because windy days absolutely kill me then moved into fairways and driver and lost it all. decided to go back to a few pitching wedges to end on a good note and my contact was all over the place. i hate leaving the range with more questions than answers.
    10 points
  25. First time touching a club in 3 weeks and first time at a range that wasn’t pre round warmup. Wanted to focus on just making shorter swings. Even with that thought inn the back swing I was at about full backswing length. Watching the swing and ball flight in the video it’s an ok looking swing but once I broke it down some old flaws are prevalent but with the lack of any practice this year I’m not surprised. Hips don’t get any depth in the backswing and I lose some connection with the arms and chest from rotation of the left arm. Wrist set was late so club gets behind me instead of vertical at left arm parallel. In transition hips spin out rather than left hip back and I don’t cover the ball with my chest. At club parallel in the down swing the toe is to far up and right arm is stuck a little bit, but I’m able to save the shot with some rotation. Winter work is going to be spent working on the drill I posted a few weeks back with the alignment stick on trail hip FullSizeRender.mov
    10 points
  26. All the goods (MGS headcover, tee bag, and 2 boxes of 2019 Maxfli Tour X) arrived the same day! Headcover goes perfectly with the Evnroll headcover.
    10 points
  27. We had the move up another Tee box discussion yesterday. I told them we have to be careful, we’re running out of them. We’ll be chipping and putting soon!
    10 points
  28. Went out this afternoon as we got a surprise nice day. I have this spot on my lower right side that can get stiff, but today it was totally locked up. I could rotate back but then kind of got stuck and couldn't rotate through the shot. I couldn't swing anything longer than a 5i today. So I moved up to the forward tees and just played. I wasn't in pain with this swing so I got the 18 in. Back to the chiropractor on Thursday.
    10 points
  29. Just got mine in today and have been taking some photos and giving it a good looking over to get some initial impressions of it. I'll say I'm impressed with the look of the Stroke Lab shaft and really loving the grip. It's not the standard DFX grey pistol grip, I'm thinking it's the White Hot OG pistol grip, but I can't confirm it on The Odyssey website.
    10 points
  30. I finally have my bag set up I believe for the next year. I love to tinker but I think I finally found the right setup. Driver - Epic Speed LS 9 degree with LA Golf TRONO 65TX 3 Wood - Sim2 15 degree with Tensei Blue 75X Hybrid - Callaway Apex Pro 19 degree with MMT 80X Irons - 4-pw Miura MB101 with Project X 7.0 Wedges - 50, 55, 60 Vokey SM8 Putter - Scotty Cameron Futura 5W with welded flow neck
    9 points
  31. We finally got some rain this weekend!! Rained hard Saturday night and was still raining 2 hours before our tee time. I looked at my wife and said: "Do you really want to play in this?" It's a desert; it doesn't rain for long!! She said: "It's not raining THAT hard"... so we went!?! Got to the course, put the cover on the cart, headed to the range, although no one was there, and we could have just headed to the tee. Rain stopped. Sun came out a little, and I took off 2 of my 4 layers of clothes at the turn. I have been hitting my Mizuno MP20 HMB irons pretty well at home, so thought I would take them out for a spin on the course. It's really tough when you don't really know how far each iron goes, but based on the lofts I used two more clubs than my usual Bridgestones. Not a bad guess. I birdied hole #1; first time all year!! Managed a 39 (+2) on the front nine and 41 (+6) on the back nine, which I started bogey, double on #10-11. I was happy with an 80 though. Every shot I hit with the HMBs was solid, except for one on #18. I was hitting a 6i to a layup position and I just didn't commit to the swing; slight block to the right, but I was still in the fairway. I loved the ball flight!! I think I will stick with them for awhile. My issue all day was my long game. Driver was just OK, shorter than usual; and my woods were very inconsistent and also shorter than usual. I think my sore right shoulder is affecting those shot more than the short clubs. May need to take a break for awhile.
    9 points
  32. I feel vindicated. A week or two back, i was struggling to pull some graphite shafts, thought it was me, even though i have a lot of experience doing so. Sent my Mitchell shaft puller (which should be indestructible) back to Mitchell to take a look just in case, and there was in fact an issue with the puller and they repaired it and its on its way back.
    9 points
  33. Had a 'birthday' round on a new course yesterday with my F-in-L. Not a great course with lots of blind tee shots but the greens were in great condition as they'd had their winter treatment early. Rolling really nicely which is a nice change to my home course who've just done the treatment. Shot a nice 88 and play around the greens was good with a 1.7 putt average, no 3-putts so safe to say the new revisions to the putter are working. Driver working well too Highlight was driving a 310y blind, uphill par 4. Was only a foot on but on is on Lipped out from 20ft for an Also had a practice on the GC2 on Saturday and was getting up to 160mph ball speed with driver
    9 points
  34. ... Lots of great teachers can teach that way but I found most of my students responded best by learning to continue to do what they do, just do it better. I know you are a really good player but like all of us you probably have tendencies that hold you back. Recognizing your strengths and building on them while helping to eliminate or reduce your faults is the best way to teach in my humble opinion. There are some players that respond well to breaking down their swing and rebuilding it with a method and to be fair I didn't teach many elite players, mostly 10 index and above although I did have some single digit students. But if you are a natural hitter, teaching you a smooth swinging method isn't gonna work long term nor is teaching a smooth swinger a more explosive hitting motion method. It probably won't come as a surprise that most teachers, teach what they do well. ... My personal philosophy is we all have a natural swing that comes with faults. We spend years and years trying to do something different and in the end we cycle back to our natural swing with our faults reduced or even eliminated. So good luck with your instructor and I hope you find one that helps you be the best you that you can be.
    9 points
  35. How did I play today??? Horrible, just horrible! If I wasn't topping the ball, I hit if fat. The last time I played, two weeks ago, I hit the best game I ever have. Today, not so much!
    9 points
  36. I had one today with my brother that gave me a scare. Slightly uphill par 3, back pin. I hit a partial 8 iron and the ball was all over the pin the entire flight. We saw one hop, then it disappeared and I really thought I might have plunked it. Turns out I flew the green by about a yard, and the ball plugged which is why it disappeared so fast Still have my aceless membership card!
    9 points
  37. ... Not crazy at all and a common problem. Your practice stroke doesn't count and you don't care where the imaginary ball goes so at least mentally there is absolutely no pressure. The trick is not caring where the ball goes when you take your real shot. It seems counter intuitive, but cliches become cliches for a reason and not caring allows you to take a free from tension stroke and focus on the process not the result. Making good chips is really very easy to do. You may not get it close but you won't chunk or blade it when your focus is on the chip, just like your practice stroke, and not the end result. Sooooo many golfers like to say that second guy is always better than the first guy after hitting a shot poorly then hitting another because they know their mistake and fix it with the second shot, but the second guy is almost always better because it doesn't count and there is no pressure. I love that old saying "Golf is 80% mental and the other 20% is mental"
    9 points
  38. Played my first round for the winter season in Yuma. 87F with a nice 3-5mph breeze. I played the front nine with a local guy (Stanley) I've seen at the course in prior years. I scored a 41. They had just reopened today after 3 weeks of closure for overseeding and the fairways, aprons, and greens were shaggy. Putting was quite wonky and required some serious swats to account for the grabby surface. At the turn I went went solo and played a second ball. A Tour Speed vs. an AVX dueled one another. These were both from 125 yards leaving two birdie attempts of about 7 feet... neither were cashed in . The Tour Speed was abducted on #15 - absolutely certain a group going down the adjacent fairway picked it up. So, I randomly grabbed whatever came out of the ball pocket and replaced it with a Wilson DuoSoft. AVX carded a 44 and the TourSpeed/DuoSoft a 42. Nice start to the winter season.
    9 points
  39. I got out to play today instead of my normal Sunday round on the weekend. There is a tournament tomorrow so the course was booked starting at 10 am with a shotgun start. I did play better than last week So I'm still going with blaming the jacket. Today was warm enough for shorts and a golf shirt. Last week I also reduced the loft of my driver down 1 degree. This week I moved it back and my fairways hit percentage went back to normal. My hole of the day was the 503 yard par five. I smoked the drive and was left with 203 in. I hit a three wood to an uphill green from a down hill lie and was on the fringe. Lipped out the eagle chip but had a tap in bird. I don't think I ever was that close to the green before. I managed a 72 today with two bogies and the one bird. They were spraying our fairways today with that blue green liquid fertilizer. What a mess. Of course I was playing right behind the crew. Didn't want to touch my ball to line my putt up on the green. I could have brought a towel with me to each green but I was just plain lazy.
    9 points
  40. So woke up to pouring rain today in the valley so I had to cancel my tee time. Was wondering what I’d do all day when the golf shop called to say my order had arrived…
    9 points
  41. Got out with @DiscipleofPenick for what could be the last round of the year at a pretty remote, but nice course (Sugar Bush). It was in the low 40's when we started and didn't warm up much. Two of those cars are ours. Old train car as a bridge. View from 16th (maybe?) green. 18th tee. I don't feel like I played that poorly, but short game was a disaster - I was +9 on two stinking holes thanks to skulled/shanked shots that were 50 yards or less. The course was playing pretty long due to the temps and wet ground. Ended up +23. Would love to play this course in warmer/drier weather.
    9 points
  42. I failed at getting a round in this week unfortunately but got to the range today. Have not swung a club in about 3 weeks unfortunately and we have had some of the best weather all year the past month I only hit 10 balls between my driver and 3 wood. Wasn’t all that comfortable today swinging them and wanted to focus on the irons. Took videos and was noticing I was letting my wrists do the work at the beginning, got into a much better groove, glad I videoed. My tempo feels great and I have gotten very comfortable with the shorter back swing and high finish, I find my best ball striking is this way. Going to get back into planemate in the next month or so, it’s brought me a long way in the short time I used it, looking forward to continuing the off season.
    9 points
  43. Got called to play Wolf today at the other course in town. I have not been hitting the ball well all week, and my right shoulder is still sore, but what the heck!! Stunk up the first hole, but being Player 4, it didn't cost me. I won the 2nd hole with a birdie, so started feeling a little better. My turn to Wolf on #4; lost the hole to a guy that hit his 3rd shot to 3 feet and made birdie. My next turn came on hole #8, a very downhill par 3; hit middle of green, but left the 25 foot uphill R2L birdie putt 2 feet short... push. My next Wolf hole was #12, a dogleg left uphill par 5. I reached the green in 3 shots and was the only one to make a par. On #16 a blind tee shot I split the middle and on the green but missed a downhill birdie putt that should have broke a foot... but didn't! Another push. #17 and #18 are reserved for the two players down the most quarters... I was up 5. I totally screwed up both holes; finishing bogey, double but the other guys saved me. I was happy shooting 40/42 for an 82, but shoulda, woulda, coulda broke 80. Next time.
    9 points
  44. Had “Chamber of Commerce” South TX weather for a leisurely Sunday round with my dad. The green surface situation at our club this season has been like trying to putt through peanut butter and I’ve cycled through ~20 wands trying to find something that works without much success. With the temps dropping the past couple weeks and the Super subsequently dropping the mower reels, I have finally begun to roll in some proper putts with the old faithful Bobby Grace M5K-GT TC. Less than stellar ball striking day (3/14 FWY, 15/18 GIR, 29 PUTTS) that included (6) birdies. Started out par, bogey, birdie and then made a very sloppy bogey on the short par 5 4th but the putter was showing definite signs of life. Bagged a fat turkey on 5/6/7 with 3 straight 30+ foot bombs (walked each dead in middle the last 10 feet). Played clean all the way to the house with a few clutch saves, missing only one green and adding 2 more birds on the back nine par 5s. The last on 18, a forty footer for a big bald bird that stopped dead on the left edge. Tap-in for 67 (-4) and my lowest round of the season by a stroke. Shot Scope had me making 172 feet on the moss… not too shabby. Got everything to the hole and only missed low side twice. Basked in the glory of feeling temporary control over my golf game on Monday and then rolled out of bed Tuesday morning with a raging case of vertigo. To say that it’s been a humbling past few days would be an understatement. Looking like it may be awhile before I can secure an appt with an ENTS, so who knows when I’ll tee it up again. At least I didn’t post a stinker my last loop around the track but this situation seriously sux. The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. I’m praying a little harder than usual for some give and yours would likewise be greatly appreciated. Adios for a bit (hopefully) muchachos. PS - loved your Edel video @Sluggo42… despite it making me dizzy AF. That thing should be prefaced with a hurl warning for the equilibrium challenged
    9 points
  45. haha this isn’t all that serious at all. my MIL isn’t exactly gonna be shocked when i tell her that her sons are idiots and she probably doesn’t want them representing her at her club
    9 points
  46. My thoughts,, Dear MIL, I've seen Frick and Frack play and I think it would be best if I take them out on a public course a few times first and work with them on rules and educate them on country club etiquette. I wouldn't want them to do something that might reflect badly on you. Especially being a new member at the club.
    9 points
  47. Holy Spectrum.......my internet went out AGAIN. 4th time in 2 weeks? Maybe more. So I called the support person and told her I rebooted both the modem and the router. Her comment. "what do you mean both modem and router"? I explained the set up (which we received last year when we moved in) and that I had 2 service guys out in the past couple of weeks trying to fix it. She said we haven't used that setup/type of equipment in quite a while - "you said they were in the house and they didn't update your equipment"? Supposedly, the new router is arriving today.
    9 points
  48. Gamer done with white paint fill. I'm calling this one finished!!
    9 points
  49. I think this happens to all of us from time to time. Life has its ups and downs weird events like you’ve described occur and subtly, without even realizing it, there’s an impact on our desire to play. I don’t know when your season ends - is there enough time to plan a round at a special course and then work towards playing it? That often kicks my desire for playing back into gear. Good luck
    9 points
  50. I say, play from the forward tees, be straight up with him about etiquette and how memberships can be revoked, and tell him that if he even thinks to attempt anything he saw in Caddyshack or Happy Gilmore he'll find himself at the bottom of a water hazard.
    8 points
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