@dennyjones I too looked in NC, some nice places, just not sure it's warm enough in the winter. I really would like to sell all but one pair of my long pants upon retirement. The Socialist Republic of California is just not an option with the cost of living there among other things. I have friends in Arizona, but would like to live near a coast.
I agree with you and @bkuehn1952 Michigan is tough to beat golf-wise May through October. Some of my absolute favorite courses are there.
Anyway its just the beginning of the conversation, we have a few years yet until we have to pull the trigger. Sure is fun to talk about it though.
I played with 3 strangers yesterday. We had the conversation of what to do with the flagstick on the first hole, when I mentioned that the new rule allows leaving it in and that it helps statistically in most circumstances (save for leaning forward too much and wind battered flag). The response was sort of whatever... I repeated and clarified my thinking on the second hole, and one or two guys started paying attention. By the fourth hole, nobody ever took the flag out for the rest of the round.
I felt that my mission was accomplished: people were educated and time was saved. Just be persistent in your arguments and insist on the flag being in at all times for your own putts: the other will follow when they discover it does not hurt and might even help...
Let's stick to the topic here please. It's not the club fitting or the facility.
Just use "iacas" or the link at the bottom of the page:
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