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  1. I had to withdraw my team as well.. I am sure that the chapter will cancel this event in short order. I'm quite sad, as this was one Pro/Am that I was looking forward to this year.
  2. On consecutive holes, in a tournament, I had the following happen to me. Neither had ever and has never happened again I dropped my bag on my ball while it was in play, then on the next hole, I hit myself with a putt. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. Back in the day, we used to slam our irons on the ground to get them to “look right”. We were just bending the lie a little. Not scientific at all, but it worked. Kinda. Sent from OregonMyGolfSpy
  4. We are open, and we are busy...
  5. We are still open, pending a notification from the governors office.... expected on Monday. It’s gonna be a s***** spring. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. I played Tetherow last year. Obviously, this is a small sample size, but here we go. On 1, I hit it up the middle, then hit wedge right over the flag to 12 feet. Ended up making a 6 foot snake for double bogie. On 2, I hit Driver/5 iron right at it, and ended up on the green, 140 feet from the hole, and made bogie. Back to back 4 taps. I’m never going back. Sent from OregonMyGolfSpy
  7. I’ll vote for Pronghorn over Tetherow. And +1000000 for Juniper. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. Love Quail. Used to play out there when it was only a 9 hole track. Funny story.... that used to be the 2nd closest course to my house at 105 miles. All of the SunRiver courses are worth a play. People either love or hate Lost Tracks. I personally find it fun and challenging, and will never turn down a chance to play there. Sent from OregonMyGolfSpy
  9. So, I have lived in and played golf in Oregon since 1980. I have been over to Central Oregon more times than I can remember. I would be happy to give my input. Eagle Crest. Try to get the Ridge Course. The Resort is ok, but the Ridge is hands down the better track. Juniper. Recommended. Fun Layout and reasonable pricing structure. Tetherow. - I would play it again, but be prepared for a lot of 3 and 4 putts. This place has some of the goofiest green complexes that I have ever seen. Pronghorn. - Pricey, but worth it IMO. Crooked River Ranch. This is chance for you to shoot your career low. This place is so fun. My Men's club has 2 outings a year here, and the Pro out there is great. Black Butte Ranch. Both courses are fun, and worth the trip. Tokatee golf club. highly recommended. I know that this is a bit of a journey from Bend, but the course and crew at Tokatee will make the trip memorable. There are just so many great options out there... It is tough to go wrong. N.
  10. Funny that you would mention the No Thumbs practice. That is one of the things that Sam talked to me about, and really helps me feel the technology work. I will pass along your feedback. Thanks. I would call myself a fair to better than average putter who can get on a hot streak and make everything for a few days. I am in the midst of one of the best putting years of my life, so I am not looking to change putters just for the sake of change. I am aware that this particular model has as much curb appeal as a dumpster fire. However, if I can make 2 more putts per round, that means that I can win that much more $ over the course of the year.
  11. So, is there anyone out there that has any extended experience with a Directed Force/L.A.B. Golf Putter? I am very interested in hearing what people that have owned one of these for more than a few weeks have to say. A little back story.. I was introduced to the original Directed Force putter about 5 years ago. It didn't make a very good initial impression on me at the time, probably because no one explained the tech and the why to me. Fast forward to the 2020 PGA show. I am walking past the putting green on Wednesday of the show, and I happen to see friend of mine working, and fitting players into the LAB golf Putters. I come to find out that he is now the CEO of LAB Golf. I had no idea. It was a little hectic at the show, so we only spent a few minutes chatting, but we made an appointment to meet up when we got back home. I spent 2 hours with Sam, learning about the technology and the why. It makes sense to me, but I want to know what educated consumers and previous owners of the putters think. Thanks for your time!!
  12. Anytime. Let me know before you head down, and I’ll get you set up. It’s kinda funny. I just got back from Salem visiting my daughter at Willamette. Probably passed each other on I5 Sent from OregonMyGolfSpy
  13. Pine Ridge Golf Club just outside of Springfield OR.
  14. I am in. I will only keep track from the back tees at my place. 6706 72.5/128. From back there, I am gonna have to hole some wedges to make eagles on the par 5's. The layout is such that I have to lay up from the tee, and the holes are unreachable by mere mortals. (especially the 50+ type). I am hoping to play more and work less this year...
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