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post #163 of 356
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From the looks of his post, they won the tourney, so I'm gonna assume it worked out pretty well ;)

Yeah, I gathered that ... but I was specifically referring to that tee shot.  ;)  I always wimp out and hit iron off that tee - course last time I birdied so I guess it's not THAT wimpy ;)

post #164 of 356
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Originally Posted by anthony View Post

^^^ Bag on the green?

Pffftt...not my bag. OK, maybe just one of the stand legs.  

post #165 of 356
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Originally Posted by cipher View Post

 

Ironwood Golf Course - 36 holes

http://www.ironwoodgolfcourse.com/

 

 

 

The green of my favorite par 4.

 

 

Who puts their golf bag on the green?

post #166 of 356
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Originally Posted by phan52 View Post

 

Who puts their golf bag on the green?

It isn't, one leg is on the edge.  Less weight on the edge of the green than you leaning on your putter to pick the ball out of the hole after your three putt.  b1_ohmy.gif

post #167 of 356
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Originally Posted by phan52 View Post

 

Who puts their golf bag on the green?

It isn't, one leg is on the edge.  Less weight on the edge of the green than you leaning on your putter to pick the ball out of the hole after your three putt.  b1_ohmy.gif

 

I'd say that at least 2 legs ore on the green,and the base looks like it might be too.  In any case, it doesn't belong there.  If you can justify that, then I guess you don't get it. 

post #168 of 356

Nothing too exciting, but always makes me happy to see the goslings out.

 

post #169 of 356
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Originally Posted by Fourputt View Post

I'd say that at least 2 legs ore on the green,and the base looks like it might be too.  In any case, it doesn't belong there.  If you can justify that, then I guess you don't get it. 
Cool story. Yeah you are right I don't get it when my bag is on the fringe, I play alone every morning, and I fix 3 or 4 ball marks on every green that other golfers are not fixing. Sorry I don't give a flip that one stand leg is putting less weight in the green than most people waking or leaning on their putters over it. You will get over it though, it will be ok.
post #170 of 356
Don't get to mad there are alot of self righteous people on this forum that will make you feel uncomfortable. Cool pics though that par 5 looks pretty daunting. Threading a needle is an understatement.
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Cool story. Yeah you are right I don't get it when my bag is on the fringe, I play alone every morning, and I fix 3 or 4 ball marks on every green that other golfers are not fixing. Sorry I don't give a flip that one stand leg is putting less weight in the green than most people waking or leaning on their putters over it. You will get over it though, it will be ok.
post #171 of 356
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Originally Posted by tpj070 View Post

Don't get to mad there are alot of self righteous people on this forum that will make you feel uncomfortable. Cool pics though that par 5 looks pretty daunting. Threading a needle is an understatement.

Appreciate that, I was more having fun with them than anything else for being so uptight about it.  Geez though people need to get a life and not be so bent out of shape about things like this.  It is "half" of 90% of everything that is wrong with the world. a2_wink.gif   It is much of what is also wrong with golf and why more people won't play it.     

 

Yeah the par 5 is a very tough hole, especially from the back.  And it only gets tighter as you turn the corner.  

post #172 of 356
Hey I don't have pics but if you go to cross creek web site Temecula CA. Go to course layout and read all the thoughts on what Architects think when designing a course. Played there twice got an ace on 17 the second time. My friend got more excited than I did ...scratches head wonders why???
Its ok track...beautiful pics of some nice looking courses.
post #173 of 356
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Originally Posted by tryingtobreak80 View Post

Got to play this course last month for my birthday. A real classic.  I chose a 3 wood to spite my caddie. Hit it into the water. Then took out my driver and knocked one 15 feet from the hole. That's my caddie with the beanie on giving me the stink eye.

So is that Pebble Beach ? Or Spyglass$
post #174 of 356

I suspect Cypress Point.

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Revere Concord #18, Located in Las Vegas, NV. Playing the Lexington course on Sunday. 

 

 

post #176 of 356

Cool looking hole.  Sort of a roller coaster ride!

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From 1st green overlooking 16th fairway at Royal Manchester Golf Links in Mt Wolfe, PA

 

 

 

 

 

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Monarch Beach

 

post #179 of 356
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Monarch Beach

 

Nice!  I'm playing there Thursday!

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Brighton and hove at dawn. Mid winter. Walking up the first and looking out over Brighton and the English channel.
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