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post #19 of 25
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It's not subjective at all. www.tsa.gov

Print out the prohibited list and take it with you. If they give you trouble ask to talk to a supervisor. Don't talk to a smurf, tell them you want to talk to the person that comes to work in a suit, not a costume.
I wonder how helpful that would be. c5_banana.gif
post #20 of 25
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Originally Posted by minitour View Post

It's not subjective at all. www.tsa.gov

Print out the prohibited list and take it with you. If they give you trouble ask to talk to a supervisor. Don't talk to a smurf, tell them you want to talk to the person that comes to work in a suit, not a costume.
I wonder how helpful that would be. c5_banana.gif


I guess it all depends upon what your personal feelings are about cavity searches.... g2_eek.gif

post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by minitour View Post

It's not subjective at all. www.tsa.gov

Print out the prohibited list and take it with you. If they give you trouble ask to talk to a supervisor. Don't talk to a smurf, tell them you want to talk to the person that comes to work in a suit, not a costume.
I wonder how helpful that would be. c5_banana.gif

They don't like it, but they don't have to.  It's not my problem that they're molesting people in the name of "security theater".  They have rules, they need to follow them, and we need to make sure that they get zero slack.

post #22 of 25
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Flying out tomorrow at 5 AM.  If they do give me any crap I think I'll just toss the balls.  Not worth the hassle to save a few bucks.  I'll definitely try to get them through though.  

post #23 of 25

I have never had a problem bringing any of my own gear on a plane.

post #24 of 25
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Originally Posted by mgd150 View Post

Flying out tomorrow at 5 AM.  If they do give me any crap I think I'll just toss the balls.  Not worth the hassle to save a few bucks.  I'll definitely try to get them through though.  

You'll have NO problem, I promise.

Have fun, and let us know how the course was! Drink a little rum for me . a1_smile.gif
post #25 of 25
Thread Starter 
No problems at all with the balls. Overall the Trip was fantastic, the caddy was extremely friendly and pretty much gave my girlfriend and I a lesson while playing (along with retrieving every one of our errant shots).

The course was pretty good, the crabgrass rough was different than what I'm used to, have to put a pretty good swing on it to get it out.

I liked the caddy so much on the first day that I went back and played 18 with him on the second while the GF had a spa day. Ended up shooting a 48 on the front with a lot of mulligans but a 41 on the back with only 4-5 rehits (the caddy wouldn't let me go until I hit the shot he wanted). My highlight of the day was 3 natural pars in a row, and the whole round I only 3 putted twice, didn't take any mulligans on the greens.

I've never broken 110 when keeping score for real, I'm not sure what I would have shot had I not taken the mulligans, but dropping and playing an extra ball every time I had a mishit shot definitely helped me improve, I was able to tell what I did wrong on the mishit and correct it. I'm excited to play this weekend and hopefully see improvements when I keep a real score.
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