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Hey there sandtrap community, just picked up the game again after about a 8 year layoff...(my how things have changed, so many valuable resources online) I've been dealing with a recovering broken ankle, however, I don't have any pain when I play golf which is amazing and probably accounts for my new addiction to it.  I actually saw it as a blessing for my short game...(having a ginormous boot doesn't really help my posture).  anyway, I hope to learn a lot and hopefully I'll be able to contribute sooner rather than later.   cheers

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Welcome...a lot of us have come back to the game. I have a whole thread dedicated to it. You will find a lot of addicts here!

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Can't stand the Ducks...   I'm Kings all the way!!!  Haven't kept up as much in the past 2 years as much as I used to but still a fan when I can see them.

I play Costa Mesa a lot.  Good course, good price.  Not spectacular.  San Clemente has a muni course that is awesome for the price.  Yes, the greens roll to the ocean.  Don't forget it, no matter what.

If you have the cash, Tustin, Oak Creek (never played here) and Monarch.  Strawberry farms has deals on-line if you can do a days notice and the back nine is really nice.

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