@Valleygolfer, just consider it practice for the NE outing. ;)
We have an 18 hole par 3, and they light up down the fairway. This actually makes it even easier to see the ball.
From the picture, it looks like they back light as well.
On the plus side, you can't do damage to your handicap either
I really need to start getting aggressive with my putting. GIR is not all that great if you're 40 feet from the pin.
At least you have a good putting foundation to see the improvements immediately.
Do you subscribe to 5SK? It has worked wonders for my iron game. After hitting an iron shot, I think "Did I do that?"
Not sure why I keep hooking my drives. I'll probably work on it in my new hitting net once I finish it tonight. Probably just tense or something.
My son is getting really good with his long game with 5SK as well, he just needs more practice to gain the consistency he needs.
More snow this morning. It melted by noon...but that's not the damn point. Cold, wet, and muddy. Weather sucks. It will probably be another few weeks before courses open assuming we can stay above freezing and the ground can dry out enough. Can't wait until every snow bank is gone. Haven't touched a club since September because October was cold and wet with snow showers around Halloween. I'm long past "winter depression." What comes after that.
I'm not in the maritimes anymore, live in Montréal now. My home course is an executive course but it has light so I can play after I put the kids to bed which lets me triple (at least) the amount of rounds I can play compared to if I was restricted to only playing while there is daylight.
God damn, I am chompin' at the bit. Let's play some ****ing golf already!!!!!!!!!
Looks like a good setup! Nice to have the option to play after dark (especially having young kids).
It was 5 hours for 18 for me. Soggy course and my shoes water proofing went south this year....