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Classic car show on our driving range

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Love the Jag in the 2nd photo. Do you know if that was a XK140?


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Nice!

What’s that in the trees? Are they really starting to turn?


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3 hours ago, revkev said:

Nice!

What’s that in the trees? Are they really starting to turn?


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Not sure what you're referring.  The cars were parked on the front end of the driving range.  Beyond them is the range, itself.  To the right is #1 on the 3rd 9, hitting away from them.  To the left is #9 of same 9, coming up but there's virtually zero chance even the most wayward ball hit would be a threat.  Behind them is the terrace and club house.  The third 9 (also known is the inside) is the least used 9.  All 3 nines do not return to the clubhouse, so it's typically played as one 18 hole course and the 3rd 9 being a 9 hole course.  On occasion, we will play what is known as the crossover (original layout) which consists of 1-3 then 13-18 of the outside 18 then 1-9 of the inside.  

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Is your golf course a private club? 

Car shows on a golf course always look nice to me.

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Nice venue!


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28 minutes ago, PlaidJacket said:

Is your golf course a private club? 

Car shows on a golf course always look nice to me.

Yes, it's a private club.

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10 hours ago, revkev said:

Nice!

What’s that in the trees? Are they really starting to turn?


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Oh, just reread your question....I thought you asked if players were making the turn.....no, the leaves aren't turning.  Those are flowering.  Crepe Myrtle, I believe.  However, I suspect the leaves will begin to turn not too long from now.

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