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I've been talking with @iacas about the possibility of doing a group lesson at Golf Evolution in Erie, PA. 

We were talking about getting together in the AM on October 9th. 

We could do the lesson at Golf Evolution. We can kind of schedule it however we like as long as we are done by 1PM so Erik can head out of there to coach his college team. 

I know I'll be working on my game a lot this off season, so this would be a great time for me to get another lesson in. We can flesh out the details as we go. But for now I'm just trying to gauge interest. Anyone else interested? 

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I’ll check my schedule. Thanks for the invite!

I’ll check my schedule. Thanks for the invite!

Also, what’s this little blue/ white flag by my name?

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So, I got into a car accident last week which totaled my car (have a few scratches on my arm but no other injuries otherwise thankfully) so at this point, I'm a maybe because I have to figure out my car situation before committing to anything.

I've been really busy, too, and haven't done anything golf related in a month, either so there's that, too. :-(

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I’ll probably spend the night near Erie (in my van!) and would be interested in playing in the afternoon, weather permitting. I’ll play solo if needed, but would love to play with others doing the lesson if there’s interest.

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3 hours ago, RFKFREAK said:

So, I got into a car accident last week which totaled my car (have a few scratches on my arm but no other injuries otherwise thankfully) so at this point, I'm a maybe because I have to figure out my car situation before committing to anything.

I've been really busy, too, and haven't done anything golf related in a month, either so there's that, too. :-(

Glad you are okay, brother. 

Perhaps this is the chance to get back into golf related activity? 

3 hours ago, Chris Brooks said:

I’ll probably spend the night near Erie (in my van!) and would be interested in playing in the afternoon, weather permitting. I’ll play solo if needed, but would love to play with others doing the lesson if there’s interest.

I'd be interested as well. Although it's been my experience that playing right after a lesson can be ... what's the word? ... interesting? 

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2 minutes ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Glad you are okay, brother. 

Perhaps this is the chance to get back into golf related activity? 

I'd be interested as well. Although it's been my experience that playing right after a lesson can be ... what's the word? ... interesting? 

Thanks, bro!  Yeah, not necessarily a bad motivator.

Well now, if ppl are playing then i might rent a car if i don't have one to get the lesson and go play!😂

 

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4 hours ago, Chris Brooks said:

I’ll probably spend the night near Erie (in my van!) and would be interested in playing in the afternoon, weather permitting.

 

1 hour ago, ChetlovesMer said:

I'd be interested as well. Although it's been my experience that playing right after a lesson can be ... what's the word? ... interesting? 

 

14 minutes ago, iacas said:

Bold choice there…

I'll need to check schedule more but my interest is peaked.  I have @ 4 1/2 hour drive and would not spend the night in my SUV.  @Chris Brooks you can share a room with me if I do come.  I would only come with the anticipation of playing a round in the afternoon.  Just too long a drive for only a lesson (although I am sure it would be a great lesson).   As for golfing after a lesson, at least we would be with others in the same boat.

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