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Well I'm very happy to say finally eBay did the investigation and found I was correct, i.e. the seller didn't include the dents in his description and I will receive a 100% refund. Thanks eBay, so to get a refund I had a serious problem in achieving that. The amount of work I had to do inside the eBay app was crazy, so many links to go through to find the appeal link. Then I STILL have to complain to customer service that it's been more than 2 weeks since my appeal and I would like to know what's going on? Within hours of this eBay say I'm getting a refund, coincidence or eBay still playing games with me. You be the judge... how long to get the cash in my bank?
In a perfect world, each set of tees should be "balanced", some in front of normal, some behind, so that the total yardage is fairly close to the yardage on the card. This is a recommendation for handicap purposes. If that is done, someone playing the more forward tee might get a little advantage on one hole, but be disadvantaged at a different hole. As long as the total distances are relatively close to the card yardage, it should be fair over the length of the round.