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  1. LOL...I was going to ask the same question...Glad to know it wasn't Stroker!
  2. That's really something. Go to a GG o someplace local and they charge $2 to $5 per club for adjustments like that based on my experience.
  3. Nirvana described it perfectly. Great write up and pics. So did he do the club adjustments at NC also or did you pay for those. Which certainly would still have been a bargain, but if he did those NC, then that really is over the top service. I hope we get one in our areas some day soon. Right now the closest is probably Pinehurst 4.5 hours away or NYC which can be 4 hours or 8 hours
  4. By the way, I hope you don't mind, but I copied your post and sent it to him. He said it made his day, that he loves seeing things like that. Nicely done!
  5. Yeah, it's a tough call. I think it's truly a special place and will be one of the more memorable US hosted Ryder Cups in many years, but yes tough logistics. I should ammend my statement about walking around. There are some very well hidden cart paths that run through the Straits course, they are used for transporting people out for shotgun starts and all. I'm sure that's what most of the spectator traffic will use for navigating the course, but you literally can not see any of the holes from there, they are on the other side of all the mounds/dunes. If I lived closer it would definitely be a tough decision for me not to go. But I think the viewing on TV will be just as good.
  6. Yeah, Good call. it would be nice if they kept the KING to the GI segment and went with just the Cobra logo on the Players...that would have looked killer.
  7. Having spoken to Terry a few times, his response to your email and issue doesn't surprise me. He's a stand up guy who really believes in customer service.
  8. I play with a guy in our Wed night league that uses a bullseye. He's not great with it but he isn't a horrible putter. Of course he would play a putter like that as he's 71 and his swing is almost like a carbon copy of Sam Sneads move.
  9. yeah, that would be a tough call. I mean I know it's going to be a phenomenal scene, you've got he WI fans who are some of the best sports fans in the country, and the team should be stacked with great players. No doubt some incredible golf, and while I'd love to be there for the atmosphere, I think I'd enjoy it more on TV. I would possibly consider what I used to do for US Opens, go Wednesday through Friday, then fly home Saturday morning to watch on TV. I honestly don't think you can't go wrong with either choice you decide on. It is a bucket list course that if you can swing the chance to play it, you absolutely should. It's an experience that may only be exceeded by Augusta and Brandon in the US. That comes from someone I know who has played every top 100 course in the US multiple times.
  10. Another attempt was just made for this or a similar service. I dropped it in the proper can
  11. It's so nice that the Capitals and Nationals are winning and being successful. And they have bonded with each other, several Caps were at the Game 4 on Monday night and several Nats are frequently seen at Caps games and practices. The city is really behind both teams 100% right now and the Redskins and Wizards are barely on the radar as far as fan support.
  12. Gruden wasn't isn't' the biggest problem with this team. Did he have his shortcomings, absolutely. But he's the obvious and easy scapegoat. As long as Snyder own the team, they will never have a professionally run and efficient functioning football operations set up. For the first time in 27 years, I'm seriously contemplating finding something else to do on Sunday's at 1:00 that won't lead to such disappointment and frustration. I sat and watched the game against NE actually emotionless, and actually cheering for NE at points. I won't things to get to absolute Rock Bottom, not that I anticipate it will change anything at the top, but I want Snyder to see what it looks like when an entire city turns against you.
  13. When I was there last month, I passed at least 6 or 7 hotels that are under construction along I-43, they may only total 1,000 rooms or less when it's all said and done, but the last time I was there about 10 years ago, there was literally no hotels between Milwaukee and Kohler. There is a very nice farm house literally less than 100 yards from the driveway of the WS, I kept driving by it, and wondering how much it will rent for the week, my guess is 20K easily.
  14. Having just played there last month, i think it would be an awesome venue to watch the Ryder Cup, and at the same time, it would be horrible to try and navigate that course as a spectator. If you're not on the fairways, there is basically no good ground to walk on everything else is either dunes or waste bunkers. I'd try to find a set of bleachers where you could see multiple holes and camp out there.
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