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Go to the skycaddie website, create an account and then click on the Sell or Transfer a Device link.
Since I joined a country club, I print my own scorecards on stockpaper.  I customize the scorecard with stats I want to keep, I can get 8 score cards, front and back on the 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper.  Once I'm done with a round I key the stat's into Skycaddie.  If I play at a course other than mine, I just use the score card and keep my own score and stats.
Driver into the trees on the left, 4 iron back out into play, 5 iron (maybe the 4 iron) to the edge of the water and wedge onto the green, easy enought!
Congrats on the score, sorry to hear about the robbery.  It appears there are no safe neighborhoods left in America, I too would have thought the area I live in was safe, but when my kids were at home, both of them had to learn the hard way, that you always have to lock your car.  Both of them had money and CD's stolen and every one of our neighbors have commented that if they forgot to lock a car and had it parked outside, something got stolen from them.   It's a said...
I voted for flying, mostly because I'm the worlds worst passenger in a car.  Whenever we drive anywhere I have to do all the driving, the rest of my family are HORRIBLE drivers, my wife, son, daughter, son-in-law, brother, all scare the crap out of me when they drive.  I've actually been trying to get my wife to take a driving vacation, I would like to drive from KC area to Florida panhandle or SC area.  I would like to see some of the country side, but I can't get her to...
During the golf season I get in approximately 2 rounds a week, if I had no limitations I would probably get in 5 rounds.  I'm 56 and I walk, I know I can't do 7 days a week, I can do 3 or 4 days in a row and then need a day off.  Not sure I could sustain that pace over a 5 or 6 month time frame, but sure would like to give it a try!
Their not that bright!!!
Just to go against the trend, heck yes I would.  When I go on our buddies trip and I'm always 20-30 yards behind everyone on the drive, you bet I'd use it (and darn sure wouldn't tell them about it).  I'm the oldest one of the group and the first to start seeing a distance loss, so anything to one up my buddies without them knowing about it, you bet I'd do it (and throw in a non-conforming ball)!!!!
My home course has an online booking service, I use it almost exclusively.  The front desk is always busy and I feel like when I call them I'm disrupting whatever they are doing, so I like and prefer to book online.  If I play at another course, I'll first check to see if they have online booking and go that route if possible.
Been over 15 years ago, but two of my buddies and I skipped out work and went to play golf on a nice spring day.  One of my buddies got a hole-in-one, hit it about 3 feet past the pin and the ball rolled down the slight slope and into the hole.
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