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Posts by alf174

agreed!!! I've had the same dreams about owning a marina.
Any single golf course I would consider buying would have to have one whopping bit of cash flow to keep the day-to-day operations from sucking my bank account dry. And if that actually exists, the purchase price is going to be on the high side. I like the idea of investing in a company that owns a bunch of courses and moving around and playing them - in one of those monster RVs.
Your screen name is spot on when it comes to Michigan. There is a reason why Michigan has 800 golf courses, 700 of which are public.(ps, no its example of the leaves not the fairway)
We were neighbors in the early 80s - I lived in Muirwood next door. That Farmington Hills GC Mschott was telling you about is pretty nice, busy though.
A typical Michigan golf course fairway in the fall. You tell me you can find a yellow ball in that mess lol.
Usually the color doesn't matter, the leaves cover everything up. Often you accidentally kick or step on your ball looking for it.
Ditto. Looks too nice for the course but that wouldn't stop me from using it.
This applies to light-weights only lol. While putting, keep your trailing elbow in close to your side.
In a golf outing two weeks ago, a golfer in his mid 40s a couple of groups in front of us hit his tee shot, went down to hit his 2nd & had a heart attack. Course employees tried to revive him with a defibrillator and EMTs were unable to also. Eerie considering he was 5 or so years younger than me.
Outside to in by coming over the top - I've got it down pat lol.
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