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What does living on a course have to do with how often or how well you play?    LOL

It really doesn't. I was bored and wanted to see what people had to say. I'm building on one and will of course more. Just wondering if people played more/less practice and if like I asked got better or worse. Sometimes too much of something can be a bad thing.

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LOL...it's all good.  Now if you asked the same question in the context of 'owning a golf membership' ,  I can relate to that.  There are lots of people who live on golf courses that don't even play the game.

For me.....unlimited golf playing privileges are an absolute must.

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Yeah I'm a member currently, so that is covered. It more now about way easier access and surely hopping in more games. Just boils down to me finding time to work on things compared to being like a college kid at a nudie bar and going crazy there!
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I used to live on a public course that I rarely played............ I didn't exactly front the course, but 4 houses away did front it.  Hehe..but I had a private golf membership elsewhere...........now that is IRONY!   Maybe that is why I responded the way I did

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I find that you play more and practice less...which is fine since there are two kinds of golfers -players and practicers...

overall game has improved -especially the most important aspect short game...

one additional perk...I rarely if ever need to buy golfballs...play ProV1X  that are stockpiled in my closet   LOL

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I've lived on a golf course all but 5 years of my life, and I have never hit a golf ball on any of them.  Doesn't help the one I live on now is private and I'm not about to shell out $10k to join.

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Originally Posted by stogiesnbogies

I find that you play more and practice less...which is fine since there are two kinds of golfers -players and practicers...


What are the tour pros classified as? lol

I think that living on a golf course would increase your practice and playing time.

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Originally Posted by stogiesnbogies  there are two kinds of golfers -players and practicers...


I can relate..... I haven't stepped foot onto a driving range since 1995.  I just don't like beating balls.......I'd rather just go play.  I don't even hit any balls before a round.  I've been a member at my current course since 2006 and I have unlimited range use included......I've never once stepped foot onto that range.  it cracks some people up that I know...LOL

Whenever I go to the course....I'm playing.

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