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Tahoeshowtime

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About Tahoeshowtime

  • Birthday 10/09/1979

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    Male
  • Location
    Reno, NV
  • Interests
    Golf, Snowboarding, Travel, Sports
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  1. Kyle / Reno, NV / USA Ping Arna Vault The Fetch. Honestly, I'd prefer the Piper, but it only comes in an armlock and a center shaft version. It seems weird that they have so many mallets in this line, but only one mid-mallet option offered in two strange configurations. The Fetch looks interesting, and since I recently moved from a blade to a mid mallet, i might actually like a full mallet.
  2. The Dragon in Graeagle is a beast, one of the hardest courses I've ever played. Old Greenwood is nice, Gray's Crossing on the other side of Rt. 80 is really good as well. Down here in The Drain, Redhawk is usually in great shape, Toiyabe is a good layout, Both Genoa Lakes courses are worth a visit, and Dayton Valley can be fun. How are you getting on Arrowcreek? I heard that in the past one of the courses was public, but I haven't been able to figure out how to book a round there.
  3. Hello, I've been following on the Gram for a couple of years and decided to create an account and see where it goes. I'm originally from the Boston area, moved to North Lake Tahoe in 2005 to be a ski bum, and settled in Reno, NV in 2013. The area is great, there's golf almost year round down in Reno and the skiing an hour away in Tahoe is typically deep. There are desert style courses in Reno, mountain courses in Tahoe/Graeagle, and great traditional courses in Sacramento/Foothills all within about a 2 hour drive. It's very cool to play at all the different elevations and course types on a reg
  4. Mt. Woodson in Ramona, California. Not a very long course, but about as narrow as they come and the greens aren't much easier. Lots of elevation change and forced carries off the tee on roughly 50% of the course. One of my favorite courses to play when I visit Southern California. First photo is the 3rd hole, 182 yard par 3 where anything but on the green is likely gone. Second photo is the 2nd hole, only a 304 yard par 4, but keeping your tee shot in bounds here is the challenge. It's a pretty long forced carry over tree tops to a very narrow fairway.
  5. Hole 15 at Lakeridge in Reno Nevada. 220 yards from the tips, about 150 feet down to an island green. This hole takes more club than you would think. It took a few rounds of me hitting 6 irons that looked great until they splashed down 20 yards short to realize that for me, this is a 5 iron all day. The best shot here is one that looks like it's going long. The green is huge and flat and offers a great opportunity for birdie if you can get it close!
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