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jetsknicks1 last won the day on June 30 2014

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  1. jetsknicks1

    Are you a mudder?

    I’m a mudder, doesn’t bother me at all to play it wet conditions.
  2. jetsknicks1

    Closed Courses You Formerly Played

    Legends Country Club in Clermont Florida. Was a Jack Nicklaus design that was unique because of the elevation changes, which is something you don’t see much of here. happend to go there with a couple buddies earlier in the year. We thought it was weird that the clubhouse had absolutely nothing to sell and that’s when the pro told us that the course was closing the very next day.
  3. I’m going with moron.
  4. Sorry but the residents sound like whiners. I imagine they did not buy their houses without going into the backyard and seeing a golf course there.
  5. jetsknicks1

    Favorite Thing About Golf

    Thanks guys. Still pisses me off that he beats me most of the time lol.
  6. jetsknicks1

    Favorite Thing About Golf

    Time with my adult son. We didn’t get along, at all, for a long time and it was golf that brought us back together. We play together almost every weekend now.
  7. jetsknicks1

    Is pace of play (or slow play) a real problem?

    Sorry but I don’t think that makes any sense at all. I can’t tee off until my playing partner’s ball comes to rest. I mean, you’re supposed to watch your partner’s ball anyway, right? If there’s a wayward shot, it’s much better to have 4 sets of eyes on it, instead of having to search for it. Your example only holds water if I wait for my partner to finish the hole (eating his whole slice of pizza) before I tee off. me saying “Good shot” or “It landed by that pine tree” does not slow down the round.
  8. jetsknicks1

    Is pace of play (or slow play) a real problem?

    How does people commenting right after a ball is hit slow the round down?
  9. I went to Ireland in a few years ago and played Ballybinion and loved it! My caddie was kind of a dick but the course was beautiful, the weather great and playing golf in 🇮🇪 Was a bucket list thing. I’d love to play it again.
  10. jetsknicks1

    What tee to play from?

    I would never play from the tips, I’m not good enough and it wouldn’t be any fun at all. I have seen far too many guys playing from the tips, who have no business being back there. is there anything more frustrating than being stuck behind a slow group and watching them hit 180yd duck hooks & slices from the back tees?
  11. jetsknicks1

    Proper score keeping

    That’s what I was looking for :-). I don’t play in many competitive events but I’ll be sure to mark just the score when I do, moving forward.
  12. jetsknicks1

    Proper score keeping

    I disagree that it makes it tougher to read because it’s pretty self explanatory when you see the card. I was just wondering if there’s an actual rule against marking the card the way I do?
  13. jetsknicks1

    Proper score keeping

    That was my thought. I’ve never had anybody on the committee say anything about it. It’s just the way I’ve always done it, don’t know why. The score comes out the same either way.
  14. jetsknicks1

    Proper score keeping

    My buddy and I play in a summer golf league (2 man scramble) and something came up yesterday during the playoffs. I was the official scorekeeper for both teams and I’ve always kept score a certain way. Instead of writing writing down the actual score I’ll put down -1 (circled) for birdie, — for par, +1 for bogey and so on. One of the other players looked at the card and said that was against the rules (they are very cool guys and there was no confrontation at all), is he correct about it being a rule violation?
  15. jetsknicks1

    Is pace of play (or slow play) a real problem?

    This^^^, I rarely see any rangers at all, let alone one who is intent on keeping things moving out there.

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