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  1. #8726
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    Feb 2016
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    Westchester, New York
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    Fall golf in Hudson Valley.











    Still chasing sub 90.




  2. #8727
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    Mar 2005
    Location
    Vinyl Valley
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    Played Mammoth Dunes yesterday and Sand Valley a few weeks ago in central WI. Had fun yesterday despite the cooler temps, ~40*

    Lots of roll on these fairways. Used a forecaddie who helped tremendously, shot a decent score for never having played the course before. [Not So Humble Brag] 39-41 [/NSHB]

    2.5 hour frost delay, we're next on the first tee.

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    Front 9 par 5 tee box

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    Fairways were generous and in very good condition for so late in the season.

  3. #8728
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    Sep 2001
    Location
    upstate NY
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    Fore! Who's playing golf, yo-

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  4. #8729
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
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    Squeezed in 9 at Peacock Gap last night and shot 37. ďWeíre getting there...Ē

  5. #8730
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    Feb 2016
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    Got butt kicked in Long Island.
    Engineers Country Club is a beast.





  6. #8731
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    Posts
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    Closed my season down yesterday with my second best score of the year. Felt extra good because my game has been slipping backwards the whole year. It actually has me excited to play again next year... although thatís 7 months away. Now itís time to wax the boards, Nov 13 opener!

  7. #8732
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Location
    NorthEast
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    Had my hole/shot of the season Saturday.

    18th hole 525 yard par 5, smoked a nice down hill drive, definitely got some help from the elevated tee box.

    Now for the shot of the season:
    I had 230 over a small creek to the pin for my second. Absolutely flushed a beautiful 4 iron to 10 feet.
    Of course I missed the putt. Tap in birdie.

    It is shots line that they keep us coming back.


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  8. #8733
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Location
    G Falls
    Posts
    347

    Fore! Who's playing golf, yo-

    ^^^^Nothing beats a flushed long iron. When it happens it always feels so effortless.

    I got in my last round for the season, with a buddy, over a week ago before the snow covered the course. Iíve been playing with this guy off and on all season who plays to an 18 or 20, the dude has a crazy amount of athletic talent but lacks course management skills. Iíve been beating it into his head all season and it finally all came together for him. He didnít look at the scorecard once all day and when we were teeing off on 18, he looked at me and said ĎI feel like I have a decent round going, but I donít even know where Iím atí....I just told him I wasnít sure, even though I knew damn well where he was at. He proceeded to drain a 15 footer for par and shoot a 78. I told him as soon as the putt dropped and he was pumped. It was his first time breaking 80. That was just as much fun for me to be a part of as anything.

    I had such a great season. First time playing more than a round a year since high school for me and I am hooked again. I burned out of golf as a junior golfer, the non stop competition and pressure started to make the game unbearable fit me. I think I played over 50 rounds this year and my game is getting back to where it was a junior. Iím still hitting a few shots every round that make me scratch my head in confusion, but thatís always been the case.

  9. #8734
    Join Date
    Feb 2018
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    Last week of daylight savings time. Last time for my 3:48 Tuesday but was able to get out Wednesday for a full 18. ☺

    Looking back towards the second green from the fifth fairway Tuesday evening.

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    Wednesday was wet from rain the night before but the sun poked out for a bit.
    15th from the tee. Flag is way out on the right.

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