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Hi folks! I’m really enjoying the posts I’ve been reading—y’all sound like a real nice crowd! Although I’ve lived in Miamisburg (just outside of Dayton) for 20 years now, I’m originally from Austin, Tx. The intrigue of golf kind of snuck up on me. As a kid I thought I’d rather watch paint dry than watch golf but now as I look in the mirror at my middle-aged self I realize that golf and I were meant to be. I have played in a 9-hole novice/experienced scramble exactly twice and I fell in love. I’m told I’m pretty accurate and fairly consistent with a decent drive for a newbie but I am not experienced enough to judge. All I know is that playing, however briefly, felt like it was a natural fit. Now if I could just learn which club to use when! I don’t have friends who play so I have not pursued the game beyond those two times but am anxious to. I just started a golf class at the university and so far I am loving it. Can you all give me some advice as to how I can get “plugged in”, meet some people to play with who wouldn’t mind a novice with some promise (I’m told 🤔), and get out there and learn!? Thanks, Kasey
I plan to head to Scottsdale over New Year, first week of January. I am a female golfer moving from a high handicapper golfer to a mid level golfer. We would like to spend the week playing, having lessons or participating in a clinic and basically focussing on improving golf. Don't want to spend a fortune unnecessarily or be just one of a big group with different objectives but I do want to enjoy the week. Haven't been to AZ before so not sure how to make the decision on a) area to stay b) accommodation c) golf pros or lessons d) golf club e)anything!! Any input from this group of experts would be welcome, thank you!