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Thanks for the response!   I know 54 holes is a lot...I'm hopeful to be able to get through them everyday. We will definitely be golfing as much as possible.   Thank you again!
Gentlemen,   Thank you for all your suggestions on previous posts in regards of courses to play in the DFW area. This weekend a buddy of mine and I will be doing our annual golfing trip. We plan on playing Stevens Park, Coyote Ridge and Texas Star on Saturday and then Tour 18 and either 2 more courses or replay tour 18 on Sunday.   Any other recommendations for Sunday?   Also, unfortunately, the area has a cold front coming in so it will be roughly 55 degrees...
Damn this game.   Last week I was playing this game and finally got the chance to play the Augusta course for The Masters championship...   Well I stayed up all night and won The Masters; however, the next day I played 18 and shot a 118!   Keep in mind I have consistently been shooting in the 100-105 range the past couple of months.   I played again yesterday and shot a 116.   I think the PS Move may have ruined my swing.
I played the Magnolia course this past February only 3 months after picking up the game of golf. What a great experience!   My buddy and I played from the white tees which put us at around 6500 yards. Like everyone has said, the course is very playable and in great condition. You'll see tons of wildlife running around, we were clearly warned not to get too close to the water (we knew some of our shots would be way off).   I played by all the rules and counted...
Haha, I agree Sean. As long as pace of play is not affected, I will pick up the broken tees that are clearly visible on the tee box.   By the way, I enjoyed your last post better when it said "Pace of play trumps your OCD".
Would you have considered your first eagle a "true" eagle if you had driven it into a sand trap...and then sunk it by hitting it 30 ft out of the sand trap?   An eagle is an eagle the way I see it, great job!
For the holes <400 yds...how about instead of leaving them on the tee box, pick one up that is broken, use it...and if it doesn't break more or get lost on the swing, pick it up and keep it in your pocket for future use?
Everytime I go tee off, I like to pick up broken tees and cigarrette butts or any other trash I may see and put it in the bin.   I don't understand why so many people leave the broken tees on the ground when there is a bin 10 ft. from the tee box.
LOL! I've used jfgi before...first time I see lmgtfy though!
I remember a few weeks ago watching "The Greatest Game Ever Played" with Shia Labeouf and was intrigued by the way the tees they used back in the day. They used a little cup similar to a shot glass, filled it with sand and compacted it against the ground.   It made me wonder if I could use a double shot glass (since I like to tee it up a little higher) to have the same type of tee. Also I wonder if this affects the flight of the ball in any way. Thoughts?
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