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What's the best public course to play in the Cape Cod area?  I'll be there on vacay next week and will need to scratch my itch.  I'll be able to move around, but don't want to get lost just to play golf?  Any advice will be put to good use.
I want to win a Callaway Big Bertha Driver!   Westwood -7 Jimenez    -4 Woods     -4
A lot of times, an open qualifier is an opportunity to play a premium course that you otherwise would not have the chance to play.  Me personally, the risk of embarrassing myself outweighs my desire to play somewhere like Old American (where the local qualifier was around here) or a TPC type course.
Sergio Garcia  -4 Angel Cabrera  -2 Steve Stricker -1   .....the Wagon has spoken, please continue with your day
This is year 2 for the N. TX Shootout, it was very tame compared to the Nelson (I work 5 min from both)
I use one and I'd definitely recommend using one, especially if you tend to use your wrists a lot during your stroke.  At least for me, it helps me in keeping the putter face square.
Shocked of how few mentions were made of the 'man in Red'.  However, I'll add in one more for Bubba with Keegan trying to chase him down the backstretch.
I liken Patrick Reed to another athlete that due to a post-game comment created two factions.....we'll call him 'Richard'.  We need people on tour like him.  He also has a Shooter McGavin type quality to him. 
I'd research the business model of TopGolf. (www.topgolf.com)  Instead of simulators, it is a heated range with a bar area and the like.  For a bay, they charge $40/hour during peak times.   Bar area is a normal sized bar so it would be larger than you are imagining.  We have 3 of these in the metro area (so far).  Seems like a good idea though, especially in the northern areas.  Good luck.
I'd say partly cloudy and mid 70s would be ideal.  Coincidentally, we had this weather on Saturday......then the next day temps were in the 20s with sleet.  Go figure
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