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TST Takes on Sand Valley, WI (July 18-23, 2021)


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1 minute ago, iacas said:

Yeah, it’s us that’s making a big deal out of nothing.

I said I'd have a cart, and you all go out of your way to call me an idiot. Yes, it's definitely not me who's making a big deal out of nothing.

2 minutes ago, iacas said:

It’s okay, though, Bill. The other seven of us will just all wear “I’m With Stupid” shirts.

I have friends! :dance:

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A few pictures from Lawsonia yesterday that don’t do the place any justice:  

Thanks for the outstanding week!! Absolute dream golf trip.

My kids like their souvenirs.

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We’ll just get little Dechambeau/Hogan hat stickers, and have the finger pointing at it, so everyone will know what we’re talking about.

As if the goofball with the push cart on the Sandbox wouldn’t already have told them all they need to know.

I keep trying to tell myself this is a bit by @billchao, but it’s just not funny.

Maybe Bryson’s ball spritzer guy can push your push cart around the 1600-yard course for you. 😄

It may actually be less work than the spritzing.

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1 hour ago, iacas said:

That is perfect for air travel to resorts with a par 3 course.  Great product.

47 minutes ago, saevel25 said:

What club do you hit 145? 

Yeah the longest hole is pretty short, I think 3-4 clubs total for most of us will be fine.

 

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1 hour ago, iacas said:

I have one of those (and love it for the range). It’d actually be cool if there was a way to attach a shoulder strap. 

I’ve actually started playing more par-3 courses recently so a Sunday bag will be a good purchase.

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I know I walked the Cradle with just a few clubs in my hand, that could be the way to go at the Sandbox.  OTOH, my wife has a little teeny bag normally used to take few clubs when you're cart paths only, and your ball is across the fairway.  Y'all wouldn't give me a hard time if I had a pretty pink bag for my Sandbox rounds, would you?

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27 minutes ago, DaveP043 said:

 Y'all wouldn't give me a hard time if I had a pretty pink bag for my Sandbox rounds, would you?

Only if you had matching pink socks to go with it.. 😊.

I might steal my son's bright green Sunday bag myself.

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1 hour ago, DaveP043 said:

Y'all wouldn't give me a hard time if I had a pretty pink bag for my Sandbox rounds, would you?

Of course we will.

I mean, what do you take us for? Polite? 😄

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Hmmm, this is making me consider which bag I should bring. My clubs are basically forever in my PSU bag (I have two), but I have other bags, too. Including a little cart bag. And my staff bag (not bringing that one).

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4 minutes ago, saevel25 said:

I think I am switching to my Ping Carry bag just because its not as heavy as my stand bag. 

I might just bring my PING Newport Cup bag, too.

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1 hour ago, saevel25 said:

I think I am switching to my Ping Carry bag just because its not as heavy as my stand bag. 

Geeez, The bag felt heavier with out the clubs than the Ping Newport Cup bag with the clubs in it. 

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3 hours ago, boogielicious said:

Doesn’t look like much of a course from a Google Maps perspective.😜

 

It's strange that Google Earth displays 2013 imagery as the base image. You can switch it to 2017. 

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4 minutes ago, saevel25 said:

It's strange that Google Earth displays 2013 imagery as the base image. You can switch it to 2017. 

And in 2017 you can see parts of Mammoth Dunes still under construction.  That's about the same time as these photos and discussion:


Sand Valley � An Early Look at Kidd�s Mammoth Dunes - All 18 pictured!

 

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