Name them, then.
I haven't gone searching specifically for it, but I also haven't read of any super-spreader events outdoors that were held outdoors.
The White House/Rose Garden thing was both indoors and outdoors.
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And even if there were none, I'm not saying "being outdoors is 100% safe." I'm just asking a question.
Sturgis Bike Rally: Superspreading Event or Not?
A new study says that the recent bike rally in Sturgis is linked to 260,000 cases of COVID, but South Dakota officials don't agree.
There's disagreement over that, and was the bike rally outside, or did the bikers stay in hotels, go in bars and drink and eat together, etc.?
Be specific. A quick search on that gave me this:
Big indoor portion to that one, and nine people were later positive after that.
I love golf hats. All kinds. But this thread is for those special hats you own that are in your personal Hall of Fame. Preferably non-OEM. Let's see them!
First up is Seminole. I have played in three stroke play tournaments there and its an incredible place. Second up is my Crosby hat from the Clambake. I have never been but it was a gift from a great friend of mine and tied in the black and brown I used to wear. The logo is supercool and a suede bill that screams 80s.
27 rounds: 9 were 9 hole rounds, 6 scrambles
Most courses local to Richmond/Central VA:
1. Pendleton (3)
2. Hunting Hawk
3. Mattaponi Springs (3)
4. Boonsboro (Lynchburg)
5. Queenfield (2)
9. Hanover CC (4)
10. Old Trail - LOVE this course
11. Nags Head GL
12. Sea Scape GL
14. The Golden Eagle (won Pro Am)
15. Aquia Harbor
16. Royal New Kent
17. The Hollows
18. CC of Petersburg
Ours is March 1st - November 14th.
March is typically cold wet rainy and crappy conditions.
LCP almost daily, while USGA indicates LCP should not be used on extended play, guys will still post.
I try to push hard for when conditions when unfavorable, posting should be closed for certain days.
But no one cares....
I've played 42 rounds to date this year (I think a few are 9-hole rounds), and posted 32 to GHIN. I'm hoping to get in 10 more before the end of the year to be able to say I played golf once per week. It might be tough, but I have 3 more weekends and then 5 company holidays between Christmas and New Year's Eve to get the rounds in.
I played 6 courses this year:
Tilden Park Golf Course
Chuck Corica South Course
Lake Chabot Municipal Golf Course
Metropolitan Golf Links
Franklin Canyon Golf Course
Old Brockway Golf Club