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I'm looking for guys or gals, who are interested in getting together to play 18, can do weekly or bi-weekly, and would like to keep it in the west michigan area..    GR / Grand haven / muskegon / holland / south haven / Kzoo 

Also is anyone interested in doing a Michigan TST 2022 outing?   

 

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On 6/19/2022 at 11:17 AM, David L Yskes said:

I'm looking for guys or gals, who are interested in getting together to play 18, can do weekly or bi-weekly, and would like to keep it in the west michigan area..    GR / Grand haven / muskegon / holland / south haven / Kzoo 

Also is anyone interested in doing a Michigan TST 2022 outing?   

I am in Ann Arbor so those locations are too far west.  I hope you can round up some westsiders.

As far as a Mitten Meet-up, a couple of us are playing Leslie Park in A2 on 7/14/2022.  We the "Michigan Club" for details.

 

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On 7/2/2022 at 9:04 AM, bkuehn1952 said:

I am in Ann Arbor so those locations are too far west.  I hope you can round up some westsiders.

As far as a Mitten Meet-up, a couple of us are playing Leslie Park in A2 on 7/14/2022.  We the "Michigan Club" for details.

 

I can make a drive, that isn't a issue, if it's a planned meetup on a saturday or sunday, that is fine by me, just give me a bit of a heads up...     I've played a few of the courses over in the Livonia area with my brother...         I've never played the MSU course ( hint hint ) lol         Midweek is basically a no go for me because of work.       

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Not sure where @David L Yskesis located ("West Michigan" covers a lot of area) but I am north of Detroit, @bkuehn1952is A2 and @dennyjones is Grand Blanc.  Would Lansing area be a good central location for a Michigan TST Meetup?  I do not know courses in that area, just looking at a map for  a somewhat central area then we could look for a course.

I know weather could be an issue, but maybe mid-late September?

 

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5 hours ago, StuM said:

Not sure where @David L Yskesis located ("West Michigan" covers a lot of area) but I am north of Detroit, @bkuehn1952is A2 and @dennyjones is Grand Blanc.  Would Lansing area be a good central location for a Michigan TST Meetup?  I do not know courses in that area, just looking at a map for  a somewhat central area then we could look for a course.

I know weather could be an issue, but maybe mid-late September?

 

Yea I am good with meeting up in Lansing, 

I live in Fennville, which is about 25mins southwest of Grand Rapids, but getting to Lansing isn't that tough for me.    

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