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ErikT

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  1. No problem, actually thanks a lot for already answering a lot for me...
  2. One more - there are plenty of golf courses in the Frankfurt area, so I don't think that this is a capacity issue... I have 7-8 in a max. 30 min driving time range... (Since I am luckily living directly next to a golf course the choice which one to join was however very simple). Not sure how the utilization of the clubs / courses is but my club is (theoretically) actively looking for new (younger) members - the "old, established" members are however doing little to welcome new members. In my club, we don't need to reserve tee-times - you simply go and play (okay, on a Sunday you might
  3. Thanks a lot for the warm welcome Kanoito actually gave most of the detail about the German golf landscape and the way to pass the exam - thanks a lot. I had hit balls before occasionally on the range, but never had been allowed to actually play on my local home town course, so I was not a complete beginner (and having played tennis in my youth also seem to have helped with hand-eye coordination and some feeling for the ball)... I (together with my wife) did do the exam during a 5 day course (in a week of vacation) with ~1h teaching with a pro in the morning and the afternoon an
  4. - Your first name: Erik - State/Province/Country: Germany - Your current iron/shaft/flex makeup: Ping G400 / AWT 2.0 Reg (but I should have Stiff according to my pro...) - Your 7-iron distance: ~130m Thx Erik
  5. - Your first name: Erik - State/Province/Country: Germany - Your current iron/shaft/flex makeup: Ping G400 / AWT 2.0 Reg (but I should have Stiff according to my pro...) - Your 7-iron distance: ~130m Thx Erik
  6. Hi, just joined the forum. I am 47, from Germany and I am living (and playing...) in the Frankfurt area. Having a job in a global chemcial company makes me travel a lot globally - especially to the US, Korea and Japan.... Last year I started with golf - mainly because a purchasing manager convinced me to play in their customer tournament... (Before that, I was mainly into endurance sports like running, biking and triathlon and never had considered golf as a real sport ;-) I then got my handicap index last year in spring after taking an exam (yes, you have to pass an exam
  7. Welcome to the forums ErikT :)

     

    We are glad to have you at MGS. Go start your first message!

     

    There are thousands of golfers waiting to get to know you.

     

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