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I am curious about the flight scope with E-6 software. I have been looking at the truGolf simulator for the house but like the potential for the flight scope to be used at the range as well. My question is how well does the flight scope work as a simulator?
A "good" handicap is an honest one. Just play golf and have fun. Try to get better in the process and you will always have a "good" handicap.
  The Sopranos. There are a few golf scenes but this is my most memorable one.
http://golfclubatlas.com/forum/index.php?topic=7228.0 Would you play it? I would think I'm the long run it would be much cheaper to maintain thus lower fees to play.
I have not seen the episode yet but read online that one offer was made and the girls turned it down. My wife was reading up on them last night and it looks like these girls are not just for looks. They actually have to know the rules and how to properly caddy. The owner puts them all through classes. I still think it's a joke for the price.
http://www.thecaddygirls.com/page.asp?page_id=home Here is a link to the website.
It appears to be a success so far. 149 girls in several states. The question is would you pay $150 for a caddy? I might think about it for a bachelor party or something but not on a regular basis.
I have a 14 way divider bag and always will. Each club has a specific place as do my tees, balls, and markers. I have organized my bag the same way for 8 years and will only buy a new bag if it fits my requirements. My golf cart also has a specific order and place for everything. 
I love going to these every now and then. It is nice to just take the irons and work on good contact. Usually have smaller greens so accuracy is a must.
I focus on the grass just in front and outside of the ball. It helps me mentally attack from the inside out and contact the ball first.
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