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Hi from Albany NY

Well a newbie here, just turned 60 yesterday and played only my second round of golf ever. Was doing well until the last hole. (9th) Was able to better my first round and hopefully on my way. It's a par 3 and 4 course and with the exception of the 9th was able to do 4's 5' and 6's on the first 8. But the best thing, it was so much fun.

Anywho glad to be here and pick up tips form folks who know what their doing.    Joe

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Howdy Joe and welcome to TST.  I remember my first few rounds and I don't think I did as well as you did on yours.  Wishing you the best for improvement;  we hope to help.

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Hola to to you happy belated birthday and sounds like your game was great. I'm newish also but your scores spank my first few.  So welcome to the sand trap. You'll find lots of helpful info and advice. Hope you'll post a swing video and add your fave course to the member map.   I've gotten some good tips and nice to talk about that awesome round or whine about about the not so hot ones ( like mine today) but we keep playing and getting better. I can tell you today's round my best hole was the 19th. I aced the after play bud lite.  So welcome glad to have you on board. 

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Thanks gents. I left out my 9th hole score,,,,,, err, it was an 11. It was a par 4 and for some reason I just couldn't connect. 2 in the water and trouble getting out of the rough. I told myself it was a hot day and I was wearing down but, there just excuses.  Oh well, I was still happy with my round and the great dinner in the club afterwards.

Again, very glad to be here and look forward to all the great threads and posts.  Joe

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Welcome!

Jump right in. Here's a fun thread:

You might enjoy sharing your rounds there and cheering others along to break 100. 

Then if you advance,  there's a thread for bogey golfers (shooting 90 or so) to commiserate with each other. 

Read through a bit of those and you'll get a sense of it and likely fit right in. See you around. 

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