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  1. Perhaps a signed glove would've pleased him.
  2. Here's a solution... Require all passengers to recline, then all will be equidistant.
  3. Good choice on Timber Banks, everyone I know raves about it. Assuming you played the west course at Drumlins and for $25 it's not too bad. You probably noticed the east course (private) is in much nicer shape. Green Lakes is operated by NYS Parks and usually maintained well and a fun layout. You saved a bunch of cash by not including Turning Stone at this time of year. If you visit your family during the fall, check out their rates. We played Shenendoah last September or early October and it was $50 including cart.
  4. Do what's right, otherwise the golf gods may wreak havoc on your game.
  5. Nicest public ones (IMO). Syracuse, NY: Drumlins. But the following are much nicer and not much of a drive from Syracuse. Baldwinsville, NY: Timber Banks, Radisson and Foxfire. Fayetteville, NY: Green Lakes. Marcellus, NY: Links at Sunset Ridge. Camillus, NY: Camillus CC (clubhouse burnt down recently)
  6. My dad was a club pro so of course he taught me the game and I'm addicted. Not sure how old I was when I started playing all the time, sometime during my elementary school years.
  7. 1) Have the best player play the front nine with one group of three, then have him/her play the back nine with the other group of three. 2) You're correct.
  8. From the tee your provisional will be lying 3. If you do not find your first ball, then you play the provisional and will be hitting 4. Edit: I type too slow. David in FL already explained it.
  9. Standing over a putt with someone walking within my peripheral vision bugs me. Usually they're retrieving the flagstick or their club laying on the green. I back off the ball and start over.
  10. Yes. With Tiger playing pain free the intimidation factor will kick back on and he'll swiftly rise to #1
  11. JetBlue has curbside baggage check too, costs $2.00 plus a tip, worth it for the non-lugging around.
  12. We have a group that goes to Orlando every March and we fly JetBlue. The first checked bag is free, so we check our clubs and take a carry-on (no charge) for our clothes. I always pack two dozen balls and they've said nothing about that over the past few years. Their listing is just a suggestion, it's important to be within the weight limit & that's easy. I also put all the bathroom stuff in with the clubs. Buy a case and take your own weapons, you'll be happier.
  13. Swatting at the grass behind his ball was not a good move, could be considered improving his lie.
  14. A rule book or download them on your phone. Some spare ball markers, Tylenol, Tums and Band-Aid's. If you wear contacts, a spare pair or two & saline solution. Fingernail clippers and dental floss are handy at times too.
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