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CarlSpackler

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About CarlSpackler

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    Cinderella Story
  • Birthday June 27

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  • Your Location
    Dayton, OH (for now)

Your Golf Game

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    14.8
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    Righty
  • GAME Golf Username
    sknick

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  1. Check out the prices on stuff!
  2. If THERE is going to be an exception on the tee box, then you are contradicting yourself. Using a line on the ball to line it up is either legal or not. Placing an alignment stick down on the tee box is just as illegal as putting one on the putting green. It offers just as much advantage on the tee box as it does the green. It assists a player in lining up a shot. I sense the conflict within you. Let go of your hate. Added: For the record, I did read the article, and it reminded me why I don't read the mindless drivel in golf mags.
  3. I am eligible next year. Sadly I remember a point in time when I thought the senior tour guys were really old. 😒
  4. I didn't word that very well. I meant that you can mark your equipment however you like, not that you can use your equipment as an alignment aid. I used to park my push cart parallel to my line of play, but stopped doing so because that could be considered an alignment aid. That's fine. I will gracefully bow out of the conversation here.
  5. No, and I don't intend to. Then it should also be illegal to have a mark on the top of the putter? Is this not also an alignment aid? Where does it end? It is illegal to put something on the course, not your equipment.
  6. Why do we have to keep trying to changing the game? If it doesn't really help much, why does there need to be a rule about it?
  7. Admittedly, it’s been a while since I have played Windy K. It’s not a bad course, but it did have significant thistle and crabgrass in the fairways and tee boxes. I think 1 also has ponds on the left side too. Slaps you in the face right off the bat. Every course is slipping a little except the higher priced ones. Arrowheads greens were very nice though and the fairways were in great shape given the mild drought here. Turtle creek is the old Greenville CC. Mainly these courses aren’t in the running because they’re too far from Dayton. For Springfield, I always like Locust Hills and Reid Park. Locust has a soft serve ice cream machine. You can’t beat an ice cream cone after a round on a hot day. It takes away the double bogey blues like nothing else.
  8. It could also be an indicator of balding. If so, I’m a 8.75 on a 1-10 scale.
  9. Awesome man. That would be my dream to play on a stage that big.
  10. Oakland Hills would be my top course as well. I love that place. I will soon be adding Valhalla and Firestone CC.
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