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post #55 of 101
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I had gotten the impression from some other posts that he was pretty confrontational. Still think there is no reason to walk out there at all, but that's not near as bad. 

 

I'm not saying that you should not have yelled or that you should have told him to screw off or anything. I was just thinking that he was escalating the situation for no reason. I misunderstood. 

 

What he probably thought, was that walking up to him and asking for an apology would prevent him from making the same mistake again. And having been there, I think he probably accomplished that.

 

Regardless, we all learned a valuable lesson that day. And that is, you can't take Jeremie anywhere nice. b2_tongue.gif

post #56 of 101
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What he probably thought, was that walking up to him and asking for an apology would prevent him from making the same mistake again. And having been there, I think he probably accomplished that.

 

Regardless, we all learned a valuable lesson that day. And that is, you can't take Jeremie anywhere niceb2_tongue.gif

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post #57 of 101
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Man, what a couple of losers. b2_tongue.gif

 

Takes one to know one, BAZINGA!!!

 

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Hah, I'd rather have a busy schedule, but it's pretty boring in this area. Not much to do unless you go to bars *which I don't* or are willing to drive an hour or more away to find some real stuff worth doing *which I'm not*

 

 

 

 

Ditto, not much of a bar guy, unless i got my friends to go. Even then its usually a nice dinner as well. I am more of a casual drinker, maybe 1 or two beers after golf, not a bar hopping type of guy. I have to agree, nothing really to do in the South West part of ohio :p

 

 

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We will do the "Gambling Golf Classic and Clinic" in September, btw.

 


Awesome, i am up for another golf event, especially with the words Gambling f1_cool.gif

post #58 of 101
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post

 

What he probably thought, was that walking up to him and asking for an apology would prevent him from making the same mistake again. And having been there, I think he probably accomplished that.

 

Regardless, we all learned a valuable lesson that day. And that is, you can't take Jeremie anywhere nice. b2_tongue.gif

Yep, back to the cow pastures for me. 

 

 

Jeeze, a guy screws up ONE time..... c4_mad.gif

post #59 of 101
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Originally Posted by Jeremie Boop View Post

Yep, back to the cow pastures for me. 

 

 

Jeeze, a guy screws up ONE time..... c4_mad.gif

 

Haha...in your defense, all 3 of you tried to take out the neighborhood on that one.

 

The bigshots all decided to hit driver...I think one ended up in a garage, another flew over a house, and the third almost hit small children.

 

My hybrid tee shot harmlessly fell to it's watery grave. Great tee shots all around on that hole...lol

post #60 of 101
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post

 

Haha...in your defense, all 3 of you tried to take out the neighborhood on that one.

 

The bigshots all decided to hit driver...I think one ended up in a garage, another flew over a house, and the third almost hit small children.

 

My hybrid tee shot harmlessly fell to it's watery grave. Great tee shots all around on that hole...lol

Didn't you tee off first? Once you put the "safe play" in the water we all decided to go for broke and almost broke stuff.

post #61 of 101
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

Guys, no. The homeowner was perfectly within his rights and of sound mind to expect three things:
1. "Fore!!!!" to be yelled (by all of you if you saw it).
2. A sincere apology offered.
3. Carts to not be parked three feet from the fringe.

I added the last one myself because the group behind you complained to the pro shop.

The homeowner did nothing wrong. "He should put his swing set in the front yard?" Are you kidding me? The responses here are disappointing at best.

Suffice to say 17 was not your shining etiquette moment as a group. a4_sad.gif

Clearly a joke on my part c2_beer.gif

post #62 of 101
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Didn't you tee off first? Once you put the "safe play" in the water we all decided to go for broke and almost broke stuff.

 

Yep, first to tee off...only one to not get us permanently banned from Fox Meadow Country Club. b2_tongue.gif

post #63 of 101

You guys sound dangerous. Let me know if you are ever in Southeast Texas so I know to keep my head down!

post #64 of 101
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Yep, first to tee off...only one to not get us permanently banned from Fox Meadow Country Club. b2_tongue.gif

Haha, I remember a few of your drives that peeled way right and may or may not have hit some houses, so I wouldn't count yourself as safe! Overall, I was pretty embarrassed by my golfing that day. Didn't change the fun factor at all though.

post #65 of 101
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Originally Posted by Jeremie Boop View Post

Haha, I remember a few of your drives that peeled way right and may or may not have hit some houses, so I wouldn't count yourself as safe!

 

Actually, if you think back, all of my OB drives were on holes with no houses within' striking distance. Really think about it...

 

I'm not sure if that's a product of luck, or me playing it safer when there was a threat of property damage and/or lawsuits. lol

 

I can hit them as wild as anyone, but I never came close to a house or person. b2_tongue.gif

 

(Ever since I NAILED a house on a course and got reamed back when I was like 16, I've always tried to be more cautious around them)

post #66 of 101

When i hit mine OB, i was strategic, i just put mine across the road on the 1st par 5 on the back nine. At least i was gracious enough not to take out a house. I go after moving objects

post #67 of 101
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

When i hit mine OB, i was strategic, i just put mine across the road on the 1st par 5 on the back nine. At least i was gracious enough not to take out a house. I go after moving objects

 

Yep, I popped one left into the range, 1 left near a road, 3 right into some trees, one right into a hazard (Fortunately it was playable), 3 right into some tall weeds, and one right into a pond. 

 

Not a great day lol.

 

EDIT: Fortunately a couple of those OB ones were provisionals and I found the first...so not quite as bad as it could have been lol

post #68 of 101
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post

 

Actually, if you think back, all of my OB drives were on holes with no houses within' striking distance. Really think about it...

 

I'm not sure if that's a product of luck, or me playing it safer when there was a threat of property damage and/or lawsuits. lol

 

I can hit them as wild as anyone, but I never came close to a house or person. b2_tongue.gif

 

(Ever since I NAILED a house on a course and got reamed back when I was like 16, I've always tried to be more cautious around them)

Hmm.. You are probably correct, the biggest ones were on the hole where the trees were down the right side between us and the houses.

 

 

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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

When i hit mine OB, i was strategic, i just put mine across the road on the 1st par 5 on the back nine. At least i was gracious enough not to take out a house. I go after moving objects

 

Yeah, I think we had a couple that could have taken out traffic also. I hate any hole that goes along a road or has houses up the side, especially since my miss is usually a hook....

post #69 of 101
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Originally Posted by Jeremie Boop View Post

Hmm.. You are probably correct, the biggest ones were on the hole where the trees were down the right side between us and the houses.

 

Yep. If there are houses, I'll be more strategic and I won't just swing away. I'm too cheap to pay for property damage lol.

post #70 of 101
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post

 

Yep. If there are houses, I'll be more strategic and I won't just swing away. I'm too cheap to pay for property damage lol.

Had I swung easily the first time and ended up like the 2nd drive on 17 it would have been much better. I was what, 15 yd from the green and took an easy swing? Crazy

post #71 of 101
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Originally Posted by Jeremie Boop View Post

Had I swung easily the first time and ended up like the 2nd drive on 17 it would have been much better. I was what, 15 yd from the green and took an easy swing? Crazy

 

Yeah, great recovery drive. Such is life. I play my best golf when I'm relaxed and swinging "slower".

 

Some range work planned tonight. Was gonna play 9, but range is needed right now. I'll play tomorrow and Saturday.

post #72 of 101
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post

 

Yeah, great recovery drive. Such is life. I play my best golf when I'm relaxed and swinging "slower".

 

Some range work planned tonight. Was gonna play 9, but range is needed right now. I'll play tomorrow and Saturday.

I'm thinking the same about hitting the range. Have to do the "hip forward" drill about 8000000 times.

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