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My last round on the course was December 5. The weather stayed cold for a week and the course closed. Luckily it snowed a couple of days later, so now I can shovel off the driveway every few days until early March! I sorted out all the balls I found in November and December and called friends to see which brands or models they would play. They are now in whatever containers I could find in the recycle bin before trash day. I'll be like Santa delivering them to their new owners at the saloon tomorrow night! After the first of the year I hope to get into the air supported dome to swing the clubs a couple times a week until the snow goes away. 

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I may regret this, but I signed up for the Golftec "Gold" holiday package. I'll get and evaluation of my swing, 3 lessons plus 3 practice sessions in their computerized bays, and since I don't need a club fitting this will be all for 300 bucks. I wanted to do something this winter since, as I wrote on a couple of other threads, I've recently discovered I have a casting issue and my ability to go outside to practice will be limited until spring. I've read reports/reviews from other Golftec customers, both good and bad, so I'm going in with this with my eyes open. I'll just have to see how it goes.

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My plan for the winter is a simple one. Just get to the range on an approximately weekly basis. Last year I didn't go all winter and when the weather finally came around it felt like it took a couple months to just refamiliarize myself with where I was when the previous golf season ended. So, my hope this year is to simply not regress.

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