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Robert Rock 3 under Steve Stricker 2 under John Daley 3 under
84, 40 on the front and 44 on the back.  I doubled 2 of the last three holes when the heat strated getting to me.  This was the best round of the year for me and also the best day of the year off the tee as I hit 10 of 13 fairways.  Good day putting as well. 
Played with a father and Son when the father was coaching the kid the whole day.   Ruined the day for his kid and me as well.     The other thing that bug's me is where you have someone in your group who has no consideration for anyone else in the group and if always out in front of you chasing his errant shots.
Great Post, and easily digestable.  
Well I played yesterday , October 9 th which was 18 days after my surgery and besides being inconsistent as always there was no consequences.   My doctor cleared me to play and I've been feeling pretty goo but a little weak.  Mine was done with a scope  and my doctor fixed a slight hernia while he was in there. 
I am 57 years old, almost 58 and had my Gall Bladder removed 5 days ago.  I am in pretty good physically condition and I have the itch to get out and play.  Has anyone here ever had this type of surgery and how long was your layoff?  Dying to get back out and I am feeling good but the torque on the mid section might be a little much for having surgery less than a week ago.   My saving grace so far is the weather has been so crappy in the Mid-Atlantic.
I would love to be able to walk the course again.  I much rather walk than ride, however I have a problem with my right foot that prohibits me from walking anymore.  I found that I played better and faster when I walked.  I used the time between shots to gather my self on bad shots and calm down after good ones..   I am 58 years old now and notice that since I started playing till now all the newer courses seem to be designed to prohibit walking.  The golf clubs don't...
The second hole you have to climb a steep,narow path up to a tee box on a cliff.   It is like one of those calenders with the fake golf holes but in this case it was real.  Some of the guys we played with had a tought time getting a little vertigo looking off the tee.  I pull a drive hard left and thought Ii was in trouble but wound up cutting the corner to about 135 yeards to the green.   Hit the green which was huge and promptly 4 putted.  Over all we had a great day...
The Wolf Creek, in Mesquite is worth the drive.   Close by in Henderson is Tuscany , a little farther south Boulder city is real nice.  The last two are very reasonably priced.  Both courses at Primm Valley are real nice as is the Chase at Coyote Springs.  I also like the TPC course
Last time I went to Myrtle I went with family so I was a single golfer going out.  In most of the resteraunts they have golf magazines where they have a few last minute golfer planners.  I used one of them and got some good deals where they were looking to fill a foursome.  I played Legends Moorland, Myrtle Beach National and Caladonia all at 50% off.  Its worth checking out to get a little more bang for your buck.  
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