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limpalong

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Played good early in the week. Mid 70's. Thought we'd be rained out, yesterday. Two of us went out and the rain didn't develop. Played 18 in 1 hour, 55 minutes!!! Didn't keep score. Only kept par or better marks. ! lost 25 cents when my competitor birdied 18 from about 20 feet.

Total rainout this morning.
 

warbirdlover

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38 on the front. Disaster (44) on the back for 82. Cold up here in the tundra. There was a young lady playing in front of us. She had a perfect swing and hit the ball farther then I could even think of hitting it. As long as the two big hitters in our foursome. Probably 270ish. Her friend, boyfriend, brother or husband could not even get off the tee.
 
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limpalong

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No play on Sunday due to a tourney. No play Monday since I would have been alone. A couple guys traveling. A couple guys nursing ouchies.

Back today and still loving my TE driver and Srixon irons. 38/38 for a 76. I'll take it.
 

limpalong

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78. Had to birdie #18 to break even, money wise. Putter has been balky, so didn't have much confidence setting up over a 12' putt. They had double rolled the greens, this morning, and they were rolling like a basketball court floor. Barely touched the ball and watched it act as if it was going to stop an inch or two short. It slowly rolled over the lip and dropped.

We haven't seen our greens this good in a long time. In six weeks, the new superintendent has cured a lot of ills. Still have some heat damage left from the last guy, but that is slowly curing. Deep aerated almost 3 weeks ago. Can't see a mark on the greens. This mowing and double rolling he's been doing on the weekends leaves them scary quick. Pick your line. Blow on the ball. Watch it roll past the hole!!!!
 

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