Here's my first attempt...only 6 holes, though. It was weird at first by I ended up enjoying it quite a bit and had fun talking to the camera (instead of just myself). These will be a nice addition to my swing thread.
I have no problem with Michigan. I used to drive through it on my way to Canada! Even actually spent some money there!
Maybe if I lived in the Toledo area, but I'm on the other side of the state. I'm actually closer to Pittsburgh than I am to Cleveland, but that doesn't mean I'm rooting for the Steelers!
OK, something else occurred to me. How does the HI or the handicap services adjust one's handicap to cover rounds on courses of varying difficulty. I could go out on a local goat ranch with a rating of 68.5, and a slope rating of 103 and shoot lights outs. Then I go to a tougher track and blow up so often that my nickname becomes "Dynamite"!
I could be totally off the beam here, but I thought the original idea of the handicap "index" was to allow handicaps to be adjusted up or down depending on the strength of the course to be played, based on some standard. It seems to that these associations, or "clubs without real estate" to have no such standard.
This may be an arcane question, but it just popped into my head sometime today.