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After a real long winter here in MI and last week it was around 2-9 degrees. Tomorrow it is going to be 59 and sunny. I called the course today and they are opening tomorrow. Hopefully I can start off the season better then I ended last year.

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good mindset there. don't be discourage if your game isnt "up to par" yet. i practiced alot this winter and had a trip to florida last week. i normally shoot high 70's-low 80's and i was in the 80's twice out of five rounds. mostly my short game, my irons and off the tee was incredible haha.

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After a real long winter here in MI and last week it was around 2-9 degrees. Tomorrow it is going to be 59 and sunny. I called the course today and they are opening tomorrow. Hopefully I can start off the season better then I ended last year.

yeah... I feel for my Michiganders that I left behind last May... it has been DAMN nice playing golf during the winter, but I will certainly miss all those great courses, especially going "up North" for a little retreat. I guess there's enough good courses around here to keep me happy though (Pinehurst/Sandhills, Myrtle, mountain golf), but I'll still miss Boyne, Crystal, Shanty, Arcadia, Treetops, and the rest.

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I walked 18 holes today and lets just say almost every club was inconsistant besides my wedges and putter. After a few more rounds I am sure I will play much better.

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Its just a little swing rust, nothing to worry about. After a few rounds you will shake off the rust and be fine.
Im still waiting for the courses to open up around here.
The snow is pretty much all gone, but there is just enough ice left for the courses to not be open yet.
On the way home last night I swing by the course I normally play and saw the flags were all up on the holes, so I thought maybe the course was open, but nope, it wasnt. Driving range, yes. The course, no.
It shouldnt be too much longer though. They are forecasting temps in the 40s and rain all weekend, which should help with the melting and other than a few days in the 30s next week, they are forecasting temps in the 40s for the foreseeable future.
Im staying hopefull that the courses will all open in late March or early April.

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The snow is melting away here after a pretty chilly week. I'm really looking forward to getting out once the conditions allow.

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Yeah theres just a couple courses open around here. All the rest of the courses I play opne on April 1st. Rain all weekend and some during the week, was hoping to get a round this coming up friday but I think it might rain or be flooded.

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