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34 minutes ago, chisag said:

. I have completely reversed my position on music while playing.

Having seen how much you like music, I had a hunch this day would come.  Some days it's a nice add on.

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Just wondering if there any walkers left. I recently returned to the joys of walking the course. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed the idea of leaving the cart behind and playing in a much more rel

I am a “rider”. I have torn ligaments in my left ankle which prohibits me walking downhill. I have had 4 inguinal hernia ops (USN and VA) which have deposited a bunch of scar tissue in my abdomen an

I broke my back sking in my late 20's. They wanted to fuse my lower spine or I could try to live with it for as long as I can. I decided against the surgery. I can't carry a bag for a full round. I li

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1 hour ago, JohnSmalls said:

Having seen how much you like music, I had a hunch this day would come.  Some days it's a nice add on.

 

... Yup, all those years I spent as a DJ playing Top 40 which is now classic rock leaves me with good vibes when I hear that music. Keeps me in a great frame of mind on the course when some of my favorite memory songs start playing. 

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On 12/30/2020 at 3:49 PM, tarrantian said:

I didn't mean to offend with my 'snobbery' - You, Carl, Tom are the obvious exceptions and apologize for any offence taken. My 'rant' was a broad generalization based upon my personal viewing experience gentlemen... 

Most of those that would be targeted by my rant would certainly not be on this forum as I have to guess that most here are indeed 'serious' golfers - Walkers or otherwise.

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I am a “rider”. I have torn ligaments in my left ankle which prohibits me walking downhill. I have had 4 inguinal hernia ops (USN and VA) which have deposited a bunch of scar tissue in my abdomen and when that reacts with cut nerve endings the pain is hard to bear. I also have a shattered left wrist held together with a steel plate and 13 screws.I have been retired for 4 years and play 4 times a week. I have played golf for 62 years. I am a “rider”.


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I'm a music lover of all genres (When you have a wife, 4 kids, etc. your taste in music tends to fall on the side of eclectic shall we say)...

My favourite band of all time is Genesis, saw them in concert countless times over decades, solo members in concert as well, tons of vinyl, CD's, you name it)...

2 guys in a cart pull on on the parallel fairway and they happen to be blasting Genesis. Almost lost it, you simply can't concentrate when music is begin played as loud as they were.

Music has a time and place, but I struggle to reconcile having it blasting from carts. That said, a friend I walk with has music playing from his push cart at a level that you simply can't hear unless you're within 10' of him - It's about balance and general courtesy at the end of the day.

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Hoping to use my new caddytek cart this winter after I recuperate from my bout with Covid/walking pneumonia.......
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Hoping to use my new caddytek cart this winter after I recuperate from my bout with Covid/walking pneumonia.......
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I have that exact caddytek cart in gray, big fan. It has taken a lot of stress off my back when walking. I also feel like I have more energy finishing up the last few holes which I feel has positively impacted my scores.

My stance on music is a bit different, I don't feel that I've been able to get in a groove with music. It may just be my buddies but we never seem to hit the right groove with music on the course. Always feels like a party atmosphere vs the relaxing nature of the outdoors.

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I have that exact caddytek cart in gray, big fan. It has taken a lot of stress off my back when walking. I also feel like I have more energy finishing up the last few holes which I feel has positively impacted my scores.


I mentioned walking to my Saturday group and we decided to walk on Tuesday with our pushcarts. Well, 3 out of 4 agreed....LOL. The oldest at 72 did not. The rest of us are 70/69/67.


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I mentioned walking to my Saturday group and we decided to walk on Tuesday with our pushcarts. Well, 3 out of 4 agreed....LOL. The oldest at 72 did not. The rest of us are 70/69/67.


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I couldn't walk nearly as much as I do without the electric cart.  It's not so much the extra effort of pushing; it's just so tough to keep a decent posture when pushing (especially up a hill).  I pushed my daughter's Clicgear yesterday because it was so wet (the motor on my eWheels is sealed, but I didn't want to risk it).  By the time I climbed the hill on 16, I was hurting pretty badly, and my last couple holes showed it.

I'll risk it next time.

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I walked yesterday, it was a bit cool in the morning but then it got nice during the back 9 , perfect walking weather.

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Looking at 44* - 70* today with an 8:00 start. Gonna wear some big boy pants but it should be pretty nice.


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Living in England the vast majority (95%) of people I see on courses are walking. Golf Buggies just aren't part of the golf culture over here and are seen more as a lazy non serious golfers thing overall. However I accept there are people with legitimate health reasons why buggies are needed. 

That said, carrying is also not a large part of the culture here, the vast majority of golfers use trolleys, generally electric trolleys.  Growing up the old pull trolley was seen as the old man thing and all "proper" golfers carried their bag however no everyone from scratch to 54 will use a trolley. 

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Living in England the vast majority (95%) of people I see on courses are walking. Golf Buggies just aren't part of the golf culture over here and are seen more as a lazy non serious golfers thing overall. However I accept there are people with legitimate health reasons why buggies are needed. 

That said, carrying is also not a large part of the culture here, the vast majority of golfers use trolleys, generally electric trolleys.  Growing up the old pull trolley was seen as the old man thing and all "proper" golfers carried their bag however no everyone from scratch to 54 will use a trolley. 

 

... I think your courses do it right, with walking in mind when the course was designed. Too many courses here in the States have very long distances from greens to tees, especially when routed through a housing development. Thankfully there are plenty of courses to choose from in the golf cities where I have lived so avoiding the non walkable courses is not a problem. I played a course in Orlando that had a 1/2 mile cart ride from one hole to the next, which is beyond silly. 

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... I think your courses do it right, with walking in mind when the course was designed. Too many courses here in the States have very long distances from greens to tees, especially when routed through a housing development. Thankfully there are plenty of courses to choose from in the golf cities where I have lived so avoiding the non walkable courses is not a problem. I played a course in Orlando that had a 1/2 mile cart ride from one hole to the next, which is beyond silly. 

I totally agree with this. One of the courses I play has most of the holes close together and it can be walked very easily. The other course in the area however has some longer breaks and the back 6 holes are all set on a pretty good hill side. It can be walked but you do need to be pretty fit. Its great when they are more walkable to at least have the ability if you can and want to walk.

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At Boyne Mountain in Michigan there are two courses right on the mountain. The Alpine is eminently walkable, but I don't remember if it's allowed (I was there 19 years ago). The Monument is what came to mind for this discussion. From the clubhouse to the first tee is about a 15 minute cart ride. (They tell you at the clubhouse when you can start the drive.) If you could get dropped off at the first tee you could walk it, as it's hilly, but mostly downhill. I mean, it starts at the top of a ski mountain!

Speaking for myself, I prefer to walk, but most of my playing partners do not. When I was still in my 30's (I'm 61), I did a quick calculation of my handicap walking vs. riding. Walking came out almost a stroke lower. If I calculated it based on just 9 hole rounds (meaning in my league) it was even a bigger difference. The diminishing difference over 18 shows fatigue is a factor. I'm sure that now, at 61, even though I'm in quite good shape, that the fatigue would show even more, and my riding handicap might even be equal or better to walking.

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David McLay Kidd, the course architect of Bandon Dunes, designed Gamble Sands which is located on the Columbia River in Central Washington State.  It was designed as a walking course, and from green to next tee is very easy.  However, if you take a cart and have never been there before, it is not always obvious when you come off some of the greens where the next tee box is located because you had to park quite a ways in front of the green.  I got lost a couple of times and had to backtrack.  I will walk next time.

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I walk, with a push cart, for two reasons. 1st, it's cheaper; I'd have to play less golf each year if I rode a cart every time. 2nd, the exercise is a nice bonus. 

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On 1/5/2021 at 5:35 PM, Weekend_Warrior said:

I walk, with a push cart, for two reasons. 1st, it's cheaper; I'd have to play less golf each year if I rode a cart every time. 2nd, the exercise is a nice bonus. 

For every three to four rounds I walk I get another round in with the money I saved.  Especially during the winter early spring here in Phoenix/Scottsdale I can only afford to walk the muni courses.  

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