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  1. I can actually watch 4 on my tv
  2. So I’m watching on direct TV. I have 4 screens at once - it’s amazing how little action the network shows. Also how they don’t tell you a shot is a replay.
  3. I thought that was Boston in the background - if you have to wear a mask, that’s a great one. I’ve been fully vaccinated for a while but still wear them for church whenever I’m close to people in the service and at the hospital where Penny and I are today.
  4. Thanks all!!! It looks way worse than it is. It’s exactly the 3rd time in her life that she’s fallen. That’s the lonely Laura sitting next to her. Laura was there for the first spill when one of Penny’s Middle School classmates was pushing her for the mile run and got a bit too zealous around the final turn. Laura was a college student who was Penny’s classroom aid - she couldn’t do the whole mike pushing.
  5. The girls went shopping yesterday. Penny, my wife and mother in law. They decided to go to Applebee’s afterwards. A well intentioned customer opened the side door for Penny. Unfortunately, it’s one with steps and no ramp. As you can see the chair doesn’t do well on stairs. Fortunately she didn’t hit her head (the chair is like a tank). And the injuries are not that serious. After a tough first half of the year she’s doing great. IV treatments have the auto immune under control, tolerated her vaccinations well and is back to attending baseball games.
  6. I logged on for just that but over all, very well, Mr 74. Thanks for asking - I will give an update In the 19th hole.
  7. I also prefer the smaller footprint of the SCORS - we will see - for now they are back in and I will give the Edison’s another try at the end of the season - I just haven’t had enough time to practice with them.
  8. I thought that was Boston in the background - if you have to wear a mask, that’s a great one. I’ve been fully vaccinated for a while but still wear them for church whenever I’m close to people in the service and at the hospital where Penny and I are today.
  9. Now you guys have me putting my old wedges in the bag…… aghhhh At least I have enough equipment in the closest that I can do this with buying anything.
  10. I like this - I could heal a driver 190 yards on a 410 yard hole and be in the fairway where as I might go after it and over draw it a bit and hit it 235 in the rough. I can hit that 9 wood on the green from the rough. I have nothing that this getting me there from 220 unless it's another driver off a tee that I sneak under it while no one is looking.
  11. Interesting observation. I’m afraid to touch this given the current cultural climate - which stinks. I think another thing being ignored is that like their make counterparts top female players are in the best shape ever. Regardless of physical make up a 60 year old guy is not going to have the flexibility of a 20 something lpga player.
  12. So sorry, Foz - Plantation Palms is a good track but it’s very hard to leave “home” and all the memories that are buried there.
  13. I doubt any of those raters have played my club nor the countless other private ones around the country. Lawsonia, which is a very good course, had dropped off the ratings charts for years and years. It's back for some reason, perhaps the attention it got from Johnson's article. I would gladly play there again. All one has to do is actually play it and Blackwolf (the championship course does not get rated because its an amalgamation of two nines but it is the original course) and Whistling to see that it is not in their league - its also not at their price point so it doesn't need to be.
  14. Okay I will continue to play. In regards to a source this author, who is a brilliant marketer and writer, has on his golf resume caddying and teaching junior golf. I caddied and coach Middle School golf - even footing there in terms of expertise. His critique of Riviera tends to forget that it was designed as a muni. That means it needs to be playable every day. Bringing chasms and cliffs into play won’t do for the type of play it receives, lost balls, beer swilling golfers by 60 foot drop offs - not a healthy scenario and a great prescription for 51/2 hour rounds. Perhaps th
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