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Seaview Golf 10/11 at 7:30 AM

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I'm lousy at it. I just started clubbing balls in March. I do like to play with folks that are much better than me and have a sense of humor. Anyone that can break a hundred looks like a pro to me.

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Not even close to where I am! But, if we ever end up @ OP @ the same time maybe we can "do some clubbing":rofl:

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Which course are you playing, Pine or Marsh?

Just curious, can't join you...we head to Cancun that day!
 

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I'm playing the Pines course. The fella taking the reservation told me that I would have less trouble with the wind on that one . . . I did not tell him that the wind could just as well help to keep my ball in play as not :rolleyes:

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Both courses are a good, fun test. The Pines course when we played it required having a fore-caddie...don't see that often anymore, but it was helpful during the round. Have a good round.
 

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I'm playing the Pines course. The fella taking the reservation told me that I would have less trouble with the wind on that one . . . I did not tell him that the wind could just as well help to keep my ball in play as not :rolleyes:

Charles
Charles, I've played both courses and I'm not a great golfer, just average (shoot in low 90s) but when I played the pines, I thought it was pretty tough b/c it is a very narrow course whereas the marsh is windy but it's also wide open.
You might have to play from the other fairway on marsh if you slice but at least you don't have a bunch of trees and branches to worry about when your swinging from the woods if your shot is off. Just MHO.
 

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Bummed . . . .

Something came up and I can't make it :(

I'm just letting everyone know in case you were planning to surprise me :wave:


Charles
 
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