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  1. #9051
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    Congrats, welcome to the club where you’ll know the members, cause they’ll tell you on the first par three. (I’m a member.)

  2. #9052
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    Congrats! I hope you are celebrating!

  3. #9053
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    Fore! Who's playing golf, yo-

    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    Congrats, welcome to the club where youíll know the members, cause theyíll tell you on the first par three. (Iím a member.)
    What a beautiful place and a treat we had today!
    Canít wait to go back to explore more!!
    Last edited by nutmegchoi; 06-20-2021 at 05:33 AM.

  4. #9054
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    Ball washers are back in New York!


  5. #9055
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    Family golf day today was more fun than any other family golf day yet. Kids are having fun out there.

    I used to struggle playing with the family...it's a bit like paying in the middle of a 3 ring circus...but I've gotten used to playing in the mayhem and can have fun now. Hit 8/9 greens in reg and missed one fairway.

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    If it's green, smoke it...if it's pink, poke it

    BUY THESE------> 193 iM 103 - $50 https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...d.php?t=179797

  6. #9056
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    Awesome. You earned it! thank you for the kind words.

    How was your round?
    The club has 3 9 hole courses.
    East, Center and West.
    We started from West and was going to play Center after.
    I shot 47 at West but we couldnít finish because of a storm rolled in.

  7. #9057
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    Feb 2009
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    Good for you on the rules working for you. At the time I got my ace it wasn't an official ace as it wasn't in an 18 hole round. It does add a touch of irony to the story of "My Ace" when I tell it on the tee box.
    A few people feel the rain. Most people just get wet.

  8. #9058
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    Ace can be in 9 hole round

  9. #9059
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    Dec 2020
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    Quote Originally Posted by nutmegchoi View Post
    Ridgewood Country Club West Course.
    6th hole 98 yard par 3 with pitching wedge.
    Ace happened!
    Too bad you guys arenít around for me to buy drinks!!

    Special thanks to 4matic, Wooley and all the others for the tips and guidance.
    You guys helped me get to where I am at today.
    Thank you!!


    Congrats! Take that "Beeches"

  10. #9060
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    Ace can be in 9 hole round
    Yep now, not then. Couldn't use a range finder and post the score either back when. Lot's of rules changes making the game easier to be good at and enjoy.

    Toying with the idea of buying these. My System 3000 irons are knockoffs of the Mizuno T Zoid and I love the feel and workability.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/25497078585...QAAOSwofRglZk6
    A few people feel the rain. Most people just get wet.

  11. #9061
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    Hawkgt and I shared the misery today.
    But we counted them all including an abundance of penalty shots.


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  12. #9062
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiballs View Post


    Hawkgt and I shared the misery today.
    But we counted them all including an abundance of penalty shots.


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    The numbers go *inside* those little boxes

  13. #9063
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    They were to big for the little boxes.


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  14. #9064
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiballs View Post


    Hawkgt and I shared the misery today.
    But we counted them all including an abundance of penalty shots.


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    I would love to share the misery with another mag!
    One day!!

  15. #9065
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiballs View Post
    They were to big for the little boxes.


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    Now that's funny!

  16. #9066
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    Jan 2008
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    Holly hell that was a rough outing but a great time. Welcome to CO skiballs, up for another round when back in town so I could redeem myself,. ohh well, had fun

    Pine Creek in Co Springs, fun tract but ball placement is key off the tee. All in with cart is $70 per and basically drive up to first tee, zero crowd.

  17. #9067
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    Nov 2005
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    Played Circling Raven south of Spokane/CDA on Wednesday. Twice. What a fucking rad, interesting course that is half on the Palouse and half in the pines, covering 600+ acres (carts pretty much mandatory). Tons of elevation changes and lots of very unique but non-gimmicky holes. I had some pics but my phone decided to take a dirt nap that night.

    HIGHLY recommended if you are in the area and have time for a round or two.

    Here's a pic I found of one of the interesting holes with a split fairway. Go long and high on the right for a downhill shot with a clear line at the green or shorter and low on the left for a much more difficult approach over a ton of sand, and with a limited view of the green.



    The back nine head into the woods, and the course feels very different, but it all works really well.


  18. #9068
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    Dec 2009
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    I've been working on consistency on stance and swing setup, might have figured a few things out over the weekend. Late Sunday round, better and straighter drives. A round best of 5 pars and 4 bogeys - but the other 9 holes were complete failures, bad 2nd shots and 3 putts - total of 104. What a bummer...

  19. #9069
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    Big Brothers Big Sisters NYC charity outing at Century Country Club.
    It was so hot during the day but the evening turned so gorgeous.



  20. #9070
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    Quote Originally Posted by RootSkier View Post
    Played Circling Raven south of Spokane/CDA on Wednesday. Twice. What a fucking rad, interesting course that is half on the Palouse and half in the pines, covering 600+ acres (carts pretty much mandatory). Tons of elevation changes and lots of very unique but non-gimmicky holes. I had some pics but my phone decided to take a dirt nap that night.

    HIGHLY recommended if you are in the area and have time for a round or two.

    Here's a pic I found of one of the interesting holes with a split fairway. Go long and high on the right for a downhill shot with a clear line at the green or shorter and low on the left for a much more difficult approach over a ton of sand, and with a limited view of the green.



    The back nine head into the woods, and the course feels very different, but it all works really well.

    Good call on Circling Raven. It's the best, publicly accessible course in the region so far as I'm concerned. I've played it several times and love it. It's got great variety, the separation between holes makes you fell like you have the entire course to yourself, the paths from green to tee are interesting, especially on the back nine, and it's generally in great shape. It's really a gem.

    With that stated, try Palouse Ridge in Pullman sometime. It's a great track, too. No forests but the course itself is really fun. Between the two, you can have a great couple of rounds when you're in the area.

  21. #9071
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    Mountain golf today


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  22. #9072
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    Quote Originally Posted by nutmegchoi View Post
    Big Brothers Big Sisters NYC charity outing at Century Country Club.
    It was so hot during the day but the evening turned so gorgeous.
    Oh wow, what a treat!

  23. #9073
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeless Sinner View Post
    Oh wow, what a treat!
    Yeah.
    The treat came in very hot.
    It was 90ís felt like 100ís.

  24. #9074
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    Quote Originally Posted by nutmegchoi View Post
    Yeah.
    The treat came in very hot.
    It was 90’s felt like 100’s.

    In 2011 played in a 3 day m-m tx, where the actual highs were 104, 102, 98F not too far from Century. After Day 2 one person in our flight jumped into the pool fully clothed. He did not show up for the 3rd day.

  25. #9075
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    Apr 2006
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    I played yesterday, teeing off at 4:10. It was 110 on my car when I pulled into the parking lot. I always walk but not yesterday. Being in a cart actually wasn't too bad. Hit the ball, head for the shade and wait for the next guy to hit. Back nine was much better as it cooled to right around 97 by the time we were done at 8:30. I went through 7 bottles of water for the 18 and only 1 Coors Light (which counts as hydration, too...). Brutal heat but survivable. If only my golf game was.

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