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As long as the layout is interesting I can't honestly say I've given the total par value any real thought.  Certainly not enough to get worked up about it.  I'm more interested in the course rating most of the time.   That said I could see a long string of par 4's perhaps becoming slightly tedious if there is no real variety to them, though I suppose that takes me back to my original point.
That's great to hear all around!  I completely wore out my Tours and Protos and my last pair of Sensei's and I was getting worried about this season.   As soon as I get a better hint of spring I'm going to be ordering at least one pair of the Motion.
Loving the look of that Motion model!  Looks like it might be a good compromise between the Tours and the Protos.  I wish they were going to have a Sensei style offering as well.  Those were so fantastic on hot, dry days.   Does anyone know if the sizing is going back to pre-2014 fit?  My only pair of shoes from 2014 were the Lyt Dry and they were very tight compared to previous years.  Nobody around me sells Trues and I'd hate to have to go through international...
Wow very cool.  For $100 I would pick up those tags just for my own programming fun, let alone to use with their app.  The only reason I haven't gotten a gamegolf is the price point, this is much more attractive.
I play all winter at a golf simulator that also has a couple active pool leagues and is always playing music.  I don't think much of anything distracts me anymore so I voted #1.   My normal group of playing partners all play there too so we don't even stop talking when people are hitting anymore.  We have to be careful on the rare occasions we play with people we don't know to make sure we shut the hell up. :-D
Tarandowah Golfers Club is my go-to.  It has the seal of approval of some actual Scottish golfers I know.   If you play there don't let your ego dictate your tee selection. ;-)
I don't see why it matters if there are alternative products or not.  There are 50 different types of standard wood tees when I look in the isle at Golf Town and they all co-exist just fine.  I can't stand those zero-friction tees but I see lots of people with them.
@Shorty I guess you haven't had to use tees like this before?  They're visible below the ball as well, I've not heard anyone make that complaint about them.  Well aside from having to use them to begin with, but that's another issue entirely!      OP I'm digging those, if you ever want a Canadian tester let me know!  Though I can't do much until late March or April sadly.  Any thoughts on an iron version?
I like the idea. Especially if you integrate some kind of ring or eyelet to attach a line.  I use the winter-cone style tees when the ground is too hard up here.  I attach it with fishing line to a hockey puck (hey, I'm Canadian, what do you expect) so I don't have to chase it down.  I'd try these out for sure, I never liked looking at the cones much.
That's completely normal up here.  I've never even heard of a course around here that allows non-playing riders.  It's understood that you're paying a 'riders fee' rather than for a cart.  It's a train ticket rather than a rental car.
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