Our governor said the earliest they're going to revisit the issue of schools reopening is April 17th, but I feel that schools will remain closed for the rest of the school year. They're talking about mid-May for the peak of the virus around here, so we'll still be seeing cases into July.
I think you missed what I was talking about. If people that love to golf enough, but normally ride and can't right now, still go out and walk and play they might find a new appreciation for walking. I don't think that this well be the experience for most, but I hope that some people find a new way to enjoy the game, and stick with it. Carts are a very American thing, and I think that it stems from some form of convenience that American's value more than other people.
All this talk of putting speakers in carts is making me sick though. Do y'all actually play music while you are golfing? If so, do you think that it doesn't bug others?
I'll echo @David in FL's sentiment that you guys are like family to me. We may have our disagreements at times, but at the end of the day, you're still stuck with me 😜
Just some random thoughts about some members (not meant to be a comprehensive list, so don't feel bad if I didn't include you):
@boogielicious, I like how his sense of humor is in line with mine. Also I'm pretty sure half of my community reputation comes directly from him.
@Vinsk is a great guy and not afraid to speak his mind, even if he may be wrong or find himself in a minority position. If I ever get into a fight on the golf course, he's the guy I'm running behind.
@David in FL is a great host and person to hang out and have a beer with. Or two. Or three. Shit where'd the time go, I gotta get back to my family.
@DaveP043 doesn't post a lot, but when he does, it's usually insightful. I appreciate his perspective.
@dennyjones is probably the most welcoming and positive person I have ever "met" on the internet.
@nevets88 is always pulling interesting things off the internet to share with everyone and I appreciate his willingness to try new golf courses and share that with me when we play golf together.
@iacas always manages to point out an argument or detail that I miss in discussions. It goes without saying that I appreciate the work he puts into this website and the golf knowledge he shares.
It may permanently change which courses survive, but it won't "permanently" change riding or walking. Fast forward a few years with a vaccine in place and it will go back to normal. 100 degree weather will eliminate any thought of walking.
If people won't ride a few feet from each other, how will they ever go to a sporting event at a stadium or arena; or be part of a gallery?