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  • Birthday 07/15/1986

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  1. Tour players would struggle to break even on country tracks, partially because they are used to manicured courses, partially because the green are a fraction of the size of top tier courses.
  2. And... You lose 90% of your players. I agree somewhat, but... No.
  3. I love the idea (grab half my irons and Wedges, plus putter, easy to haul around in a carry bag, or jus PW and putter), but then look at personal history. Have a Par 3 course 20 mins away, never been. Another an hour way, been once. Everytime, I end up going to the range, or playing 4 and a half holes (15 mins away). Observationally, the 20min par 3 (At a seaside resort town, and is very good condition, one of our grounds gaff parents own it, and he learnt how to greens keep there) remains quiet at peak times, as the grandparents will take the kiddies to the range instead. So great ideas, but has to overcome a lot of the impetus of habit.
  4. Would have been four months old in that picture. A year more than that now. That was a Triumph, though I don't remember the specific line. Voyager perhaps? Great buggy. Just died on me.
  5. Enjoyed how straight the Vice is for me, but don't like the distance loss. Same with Snell for me.
  6. European tour produces all round better players than the PGA Tour. Play the Ryder's Cup on neutral territory, over the course of two weeks, shifting country each round. Maybe from NZ, AUS, up through Indonesia, Asia, to the Middle East and Africa.
  7. For something a bit different from the main brands, this is my co sponsor with PUMA: https://rjgolf.com.au/ Just nice extra thoughts, like an extra long shirt to tuck in and stay tucked in easier. I wear their pants as semi-formal wear also in lieu of chinos,
  8. Tex is a border collie. I've got him trained pretty well (With golf, not with sheep though. Annoys the kelpie no end). White balls he'll chase but not touch. Yellow balls he'll retrieve (And drop 2m short, gah!). Knows not to go on the greens or in bunkers. Do need to work on his waiting position - he prefers being in front. Always paranoid I'll butterknife it into his teeth.
  9. Yup. Lots of older people at the club can't follow the Bridgestone e12 red matte through the air. So began to switch to yellow for their sake.
  10. Clutch shot in pennant. All square up the last. Duck hooked by 4i off the tee, was two fairways across. Perfect drive from opponent straight down the middle, thinking he had it in the bag. PW 130m over a tree, plus a foot from the hole. Breaks Guy's heart, duffs his next shot. Win 1UP.
  11. From the most useless sheep dog I've ever owned. Banned from the farm now. The border collie learnt that the game of sheep herding is over once they're in their pen, so keep them away from it! Had a few issues with the livestock being banged about before Tex got banned from helping out.
  12. Loves to come golfing, but used to get tired and take a nap in the pouch at the bottom of my buggy.
  13. People on carts that play golf "for the exercise"! Imagine that if I get to the stage where I need a cart (Electric buggy, fine) every round, I'll take up lawn bowls.
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