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post #181 of 188

I used to sneak on to the golf course in the late afternoon as a kid; we lived right next to hole 4. Also I'm going to have to agree with the general sentiment regarding Duke in this thread.

post #182 of 188
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Originally Posted by jcollins120 View Post

LOL. Well I'm glad its a 1 on 10 battle here, but sadly I actually have a life rather then get on here and argue with an 18 year old, who actually is very mature, I just love seeing people's reactions on here.

JasonK88S - Nice pun in there bro! You had me ROLLIN!

Fourputt - There's no arguing with you because you're always right so for that I apologize, oh righteous one.

David in FL - Good point man, I never knew that until now! Thanks a bunch!

Meenman - Thank you for repeating the same stuff every other wiseacre has put in here.

Darkhunter139 - I know right?! I'm clearly such an idiot. Oh wait, I'm not. Better luck next time you prick.

Mschott- Obviously it is wrong to sneak on a course. I've snuck onto a course maybe once in my life without paying. Every other time I've snuck on it's because I already have a pass for that course, I just don't feel like going up to the register to get logged in. They usually just wave me on anyway. I forgot, though, that you know everything about me so you already knew all this, right?

Phan52 - You just crossed the line. How dare you bring Duke basketball into this? And they just beat the defending champions, Kentucky in a fairly easy manner, but you know, what does that prove? Oh wait, quite a lot actually.

 

 

People of any age who have to claim they are very mature invariably aren't.  As the rest of your post demonstrates.

post #183 of 188

Iv'e just walked on a few times to play 4 holes or so before dark no sense in paying full price to walk 4 holes.

post #184 of 188
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Originally Posted by Mike Boatright View Post
 

Iv'e just walked on a few times to play 4 holes or so before dark no sense in paying full price to walk 4 holes.

That's like saying it is perfectly ok to walk into a store and take four bites out of a sandwich and leave without paying for it. 

post #185 of 188
Weird thread to revive just to say that.
post #186 of 188
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Originally Posted by Mike Boatright View Post
 

Iv'e just walked on a few times to play 4 holes or so before dark no sense in paying full price to walk 4 holes.


A lot of courses have twilight rates, or would work out a deal for you to play a little golf late in the evening (some may even let you do it free if you do something like move all the tee markers off the edges of the tee boxes for the mowing the next morning).

post #187 of 188
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post


A lot of courses have twilight rates, or would work out a deal for you to play a little golf late in the evening (some may even let you do it free if you do something like move all the tee markers off the edges of the tee boxes for the mowing the next morning).

I wish more courses here did things like "a buck a hole" promotions in late hours. Twilight rates are generally only the 9 hole rate around here.

In any event, I'm usually practicing late in the day in the practice area when the clubhouse is closed and no employees are around. I've seen a bunch of folks hop onto the first tee from the practice area to just get a few holes in before it's totally dark. Or they'll go to the adjacent 9th or 10th hole and practice in those bunkers because they have actual sand and actual green to practice on. I recognize that those are strictly wrong, but I couldn't ever work up enough of a lather to condemn it. I make a right on red at an intersection where it's prohibited sometimes late at night when there aren't cars around, so I can't judge them, haha.
post #188 of 188
I've done this when courses close for the winter before the snow falls, and of course when there's no frost or frozen greens. Course is closed but in perfectly playable condition. I've done it prolly a dozen times.
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