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Posts by MrDC

I still like MD, because I like all things golf talk, but Holly is a special girl, she has the looks and swagger, it's amazing to me that she leaves for another job and yet we have yet to see her anywhere, what a dumb move that turned out to be.
His stock went up greatly with his Ryder Cup game, and it was cool to see him in the World Match Play, he has skills, there's no doubt about that and I think he'll win a major soon.
I play all-ball, obviously it takes a quiet course, which thankfully I can find near me at off times. I hit 2-3 balls off the tee and play them all, great practice, I use cheap balls and let the errant shots become donations. On the greens I'll sometimes drop a few more and chip a lot, it's been a big focus of mine.
It is a bummer, but I'll stay positive and save the usual green fees money for some new gear, I'm thinking it's new driver time...
Maybe I'm strange because whenever I play near a busy street I hope somebody would do it, but it never happens, I would never but I think it's pretty damn funny, especially if the timing was right. I do suck though so I'm due.
I can't say any one area gets more attention from me, I'm fairly equal all around but putting, I spend the least time putting. Driving has and will probably always get a great deal of attention in my range time, for me it's super important. But I've recently spent a lot of time around the practice greens, the longer grass just off the fringe and bunkers have been killing me.
I enjoy playing alone, but don't want to be that guy that intrudes on a threesome or something, so I avoid the full courses and go to the 3-par where I know I can go out solo, which by me there happens to be a fairly challenging one that I think even seasoned players would like, and late in the day it's very quiet, I've come to really like my solitude there when the people I play with bail on me... chumps.
Long Island, a little ways from Jamestown :)
There's appears to be some "talent", looking better than Florida, which was not so good, I'll be watching for sure.
Yup, learned the game on 3 par/exec, I didn't step onto a full course until I could hit driver, its the only way. A few weeks ago I returned because I couldn't find a partner and hate going solo, and I've been back a few time since, it's great practice for those that need it, and on off hours they can be very empty. A local 3 par by me has lights on the course, it's open until midnight! very cool.
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