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David in FL

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  1. Tell me it ain't so!
  2. Glad you had a good trip down. Where in the Orlando area are you staying? Keep in touch and we'll see if we can't figure out a time to get together and play a round while you're down here.
  3. I can probably do it, but let's wait on the course. Right now cobitions are really tough and I'll keep an eye on what's going on at various courses. Don't want to play a dog track when there may be better options.... We have plenty of time to actually book.
  4. If only we had a video...
  5. Well that would certainly cut down on the pool of potential "students"...
  6. To be fair, in my experience at TopGolf, most of the patrons could benefit from the most rudimentary guidance... ... even if it wasn't more than how to put a glove on.
  7. Huh? In what world is someone getting caught breaking the rules a bad thing? Dont violate the rules. If you do so inadvertently, acknowledge it and accept the appropriate penalty, and you'll never have to worry about getting caught.
  8. If a player doesn't want the scrutiny that comes from more tv time, all they have to do is play poorly. Failing that, simply follow the rules. In either case, problem solved.
  9. I'm a little surprised, pleasantly so, given the rumors that had been circulating. Good job to the ruling bodies in not overreacting in the face of uninformed demands to do just that.
  10. Very common here in the States. I'm guessing that the difference lies in that if you choose to, and you don't have to, you're wagering on the outcome of matches (you can buy portions of other teams as well as your own) as opposed to playing for prize money.
  11. How about on the course? Would the input of a spectator on the course be accepted, while one observing on tv not? In fact, the tv spectator's information would be easily verified, while that of someone at the course, even that of a FC might not. This could get ugly...
  12. Par for the course there. Of the 4 courses mentioned, that one is my least favorite by far. Of course, right now, pretty much everyone is struggling with the severe lack of rain. One of these days, we'll get 4 of us together and play at my club. 2 courses. @CarlSpackler Played one, maybe we'll do the other, when we can all make it happen.
  13. Yep. Lots of wildlife too. Right down the road from Black Bear, Eagle Dunes, and Redtail too.
  14. I sincerely hope so. I'm afraid they'll feel obligated to do something else though... ...God, I hope not.
  15. I didn't even know they had "places" devoted to that. The things I learn here!