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Man, I'm Tired of Walking in the Mud

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Stop raining, dagnabit! Every course I'm playing is wet wet wet.

 

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Same in North Texas. Only a few playable Saturdays. -Marv

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I'd say move to a better climate, but it has even rained in Southern California twice in the past week... 

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Washington State has already hit 80 degrees and sunny this summer, which is crazy! Looking at high 60's, low 70's, and sun for this week.

5 minutes ago, Shindig said:

I'd say move to a better climate,

We are expanding a lot around here.

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3 hours ago, nevets88 said:

Stop raining, dagnabit! Every course I'm playing is wet wet wet.

Yea, balls are still plugging on me. I was going to say at least it's sunny out today, but I did get hit with a stray shower out on the course.

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4 hours ago, phillyk said:

Washington State has already hit 80 degrees and sunny this summer, which is crazy! Looking at high 60's, low 70's, and sun for this week.

We are expanding a lot around here.

But then it started raining again and got cold and nasty. Come on. Don't encourage them.

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We've had a few days without rain but not today.   I played in a big hole scrambles in East Lansing and after 6 holes, the horns blew to get everyone off of the course.   We sat in the cart barn for about 30 minutes and finally finished up in a slight drizzle.  

UGH!

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8 hours ago, Shindig said:

I'd say move to a better climate, but it has even rained in Southern California twice in the past week... 

 

Ahem....    :-D

 

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5 minutes ago, dennyjones said:

Aren't you just rubbing it in!!    😉

Yup

I just hope the weather gods don’t take it out on me this hurricane season!  😎

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Same in southern Illinois and western Kentucky.  Have only played 1 round without playing it up.   It’s insane how bad it has been and June is just over a week away

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28 minutes ago, David in FL said:

Yup

I just hope the weather gods don’t take it out on me this hurricane season!  😎

I have a family in Florida at St. Pete, Port Charlotte and Cape Coral.   They are trying to get us to move but my wife won't have anything to do with it.   She says it's too hot and humid.   We may eventually decide to be a snow bird family there though.

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51 minutes ago, dennyjones said:

I have a family in Florida at St. Pete, Port Charlotte and Cape Coral.   They are trying to get us to move but my wife won't have anything to do with it.   She says it's too hot and humid.   We may eventually decide to be a snow bird family there though.

Florida is a great place to live...if you are an orange.

Horace Rumpole.

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8 minutes ago, Piz said:

Florida is a great place to live...if you are an orange.

Horace Rumpole.

Lmao 

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16 minutes ago, Piz said:

Florida is a great place to live...if you are an orange.

Horace Rumpole.

Or a golfer.  :-)

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