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No Mulligans last won the day on July 24 2016

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  1. I agree. It's very "American" to make decisions on our own. If you aren't going to follow the state madated rules (like shelter in place in California) then you are just making up your own rules. Not a good time for everyone to be making up their own rules. China is a very different culture in this regard.
  2. True enough but... Even if you multiply the confirmed U.S. cases by 100, you still get less than 3% of the population. Just saying.
  3. I recently bought this, planned on moving ball a foot and placing this down for a similar putt to the one I had. Never had a chance to use it.
  4. Shopping at the grocery store is about the most dangerous thing people in CA are allowed to do short of going to a hospital or health clinic or Dr. Office. But groceries are essential. Essential vs. nonexential activities probably shouldn't be compared to each other.
  5. Maintenance is allowed in Ca as part of the maintaining assets exception for workers, I was told this by my nephew who is still working as the head of course maintenance at the Sonoma Country Club Golf not allowed in CA. At least in my opinion, it's a non essential business under the state definitions. However, I do know of one course in Palm Springs that emailed me that they are staying open, I don't know of any courses in San Diego that are open. I think it would be best to wait several weeks before considering to open courses. Who knows what it will be like in three weeks. If I can play, I would only play as a single or a twosome with my wife, i.e, I don't want to be paired up. I doubt the courses are going to allow that.
  6. I may be acting over catious re: groceries and deliveries. I'm going to continue what I'm doing as I'm immune compromised. There is just so much uncertainty. This article states that we aren't at such great risk from packaging, it's person to person respritory that is the biggest risk or so it seems from the article. Don't rely on me though please read the article: https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/20/health/food-safety-groceries-coronavirus-wellness/index.html
  7. I have too much time at home, music is one of my diversions. (Good time to learn an instrument if that is something you've always wanted to do.) Yesterday afternoon I was playing a bass line and a song started to happen. It's just a songlet at this point in need of a chorus and some more verses.
  8. Mail and groceries; I put disposable gloves on, stage them in the garage and don't touch them for four days. Refrigerated items, spray down with bleach spray, let them sit for a few minutes and then wipe them down. Fruit and vegetables I use a fruit and vegtable spray cleaner, for banana and oranges a bleach spray. I throw away the gloves, and wash my hands after any of that Gas nozzle, haven't done that yet, but will use disposable gloves, throw them in the trash by the pumps, use hand sanitizer. My groceries are delivered and set on the porch. I don't touch any door handles except my own, as I only go off my property to walk my dogs twice a day. I don't get within 15 feet of anyone but my wife. Five days like this so far. I feel I may get all A's on all tests for the semester but still fail the course. I hope the whole country doesn't get like California is now. Everyone should just pretend everyone has the virus and act accordingly, imo.
  9. Sorry for the sarcasm. I was a bit flabbergasted that no one seemed to be concerned about the cup.
  10. Understand, you aren't in such a hot spot... and I'm immune compromised. I'm thinking error on the side of caution.
  11. I don't think the order is meant to be that subjective. I'm thinking subjective interpretations is a difference between a country like ours and one like China. Hopefully they'll have only one person per cart.
  12. Ca update... The order https://www.gov.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/3.19.20-attested-EO-N-33-20-COVID-19-HEALTH-ORDER.pdf I've been getting notifications from courses that because of the governors order they are closing, including Coronado, Balboa Park, Torrey Pines, The Crossings. I'm not sure if any of the San Diego courses are open. However, Cimmarron golf course in the Palm Springs area sent an email today. This is pretty much BS in my opinion, how they can conclude that the golf course is an essential business under the Governor's order and that this complies with the residence stay at home is beyond me.
  13. Gov. Newsome just closed all businesses with few exceptions such as grocery stores, pharmacies etc. He also made it a law that everyone stay home. So it looks like every golf course in Ca is now closed.
  14. It will go into my checking account, the checking account is used to pay bills.
  15. But it's fine to stick your hand in the petri dish, I mean the golf cup? Here's a genius (and hygienic!) new way of cutting golf holes In an effort to keep sane and avoid unwanted germs, this genius superintendent at a Connecticut golf course has a bright idea.
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