uttexas mentioned a good course with this feature that's around here, site of my strangest golf moment. They have a long par 4, at least 445 where I cracked my tee ball OB, but still got a par by holing out from 180 yds out.
Even though I have criticized Mr. Woods for not playing in Texas anymore, I will not cast stones as others have. Hope he takes this time to take care of what's most important. On another note, I wonder if Vegas will be taking bets on when he'll return to the tour (j/k.....kinda) My money would go on Bay Hill if anyone cares.
I honestly think this is something I could really do in order to help youngsters out...even use some of the connections I gained from playing golf in college to help kids get scholarships. My question is, how can one get their foot in the door, even on a volunteer basis? Do you need any special certifications outside of the normal certifications to teach? If anyone has any advice, please pass it on. Thx.
Somedays it clicks...for instance I'm a 9.5 at the moment but on Friday I shot 36-44 on a course that's a 71.9/132 rating. Would've been better, but I got hungry on the back 9 & finished bogey, double, double. BTW, when the Buckeyes are ready to play an SEC school in the football, then we can discuss that as well...
Dallas here....been here a little over 2 yrs and love it, so many courses and I've haven't even really scraped the surface. I normally stick to sherrill park, firewheel, ridgeview ranch, riverchase and frisco lakes, but im starting to venture out more too.
I'm looking for some advice on practice routines I can use when just doing range time during my lunch hour. I want to try just going to the range twice a week during lunch, but I don't wanna just go out there blindly, I would like it to be semi-productive. If anyone has ideas for a 30-40 minute routine, please pass them on.
You'll like both of the Sherrill Park courses. Now that zipping around...that's a different story, good luck with that. I prefer Firewheel actually, especially the Lakes course...it's only 5-10 minutes East of Sherrill Park and about the same price give or take $5
My question concerns this: Why do a lot of tournaments require that you have a GHIN handicap and frown upon other systems? I have my handicap through a course that does not use GHIN and I like everything about it, but what I want to know is what's so special about GHIN? Some may say, just pay the extra $ and find a GHIN club, but it's not a $ issue this time...just a general inquiry
2 things....1) The women tend to be painfully slow. I watched as Cristie Kerr hit a shot. She did the following....check wind, grab a club, 2 practice swings, check wind again, grab another club, 2 more practice swings, chit chat with caddie about yardage, then hit. After seeing this, I tend to be inspired to either walk up and play or take a nap.
2) Personalities....the Asians seem to be very bland. Probably has to do with the language barrier, but I believe they...