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  • deadsolid...shankdeadsolid...shank  14981WRX Points: 994ClubWRX Posts: 14,981 ClubWRX
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    Anybody want to play Common Ground on Saturday?  I just looked and snagged an open foursome at 10:20. If anyone’s interested in joining let me know here so I can adjust the count appropriately. 
    Darn I would have come down and played but we’re off the Jurassic Quest at rhe Civic Center. But watching the little guy will probably make it worth missing golf!
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  • GmcourtneyGmcourtney  214WRX Points: 75Members Posts: 214 Fairways
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    Bummer you can’t join, mr shank. Maybe another time.

    I let the 4-some go, but am still playing as a single at that time. If anyone wants to play and runs across this later, see if the slot is still open.

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  • Joker91Joker91 Westminster, CO 572WRX Points: 279Handicap: 8.8Members Posts: 572 Golden Tee
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    I'd join you, I like that course, but I got the first men's club event at Indian Peaks on Saturday

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  • DancinDancin  351WRX Points: 109Handicap: 8Members Posts: 351 Greens
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    Putting in a good word for Four Mile Ranch again. Had a great day out there last Sunday playing 36 holes. Either accidentally or on purpose teeoff had opened up all the Sunday morning tee times to their coupons on Friday morning so I only paid $37 for 18 holes in the morning with cart and then only $15 to replay.

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  • masamitsumasamitsu  2511WRX Points: 142Handicap: 4-6Members Posts: 2,511 Titanium Tees
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    Looks like we're playing Raccoon Creek tomorrow - never played it before. Hope rain stays away!

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  • GmcourtneyGmcourtney  214WRX Points: 75Members Posts: 214 Fairways
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    Man, it sure feels good to be back in golf season. First round for me in nearly 3 months.

    Started of reaaaaallly rusty. Doubled 1, 2, 3, 4. Bogeyed 5,6,7. Took 8 holes to finally make par. Turned in a pretty atrocious 48, but started to feel more comfortable on back. Shot 40 on the back with tougher conditions. The wind picked up quite a bit around hole 13. 15-18 played really hard. Really happy with my 40 on that side.

    Pace today was great. Exactly 4 hours. Group in front of us was on the green every time we were on a tee box. Group behind us was on the tee box every time we made it to a green. Never waited on a single shot, and never felt pressure from behind. All golf weekends should be like that.

    All in all, really glad to be back out there. This winter sure was brutal. Hope you all played well, if you made it out. Happy Spring.

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  • CDMCDM  1969WRX Points: 244Members Posts: 1,969 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @Gmcourtney said:

    Man, it sure feels good to be back in golf season. First round for me in nearly 3 months.

    Started of reaaaaallly rusty. Doubled 1, 2, 3, 4. Bogeyed 5,6,7. Took 8 holes to finally make par. Turned in a pretty atrocious 48, but started to feel more comfortable on back. Shot 40 on the back with tougher conditions. The wind picked up quite a bit around hole 13. 15-18 played really hard. Really happy with my 40 on that side.

    Pace today was great. Exactly 4 hours. Group in front of us was on the green every time we were on a tee box. Group behind us was on the tee box every time we made it to a green. Never waited on a single shot, and never felt pressure from behind. All golf weekends should be like that.

    All in all, really glad to be back out there. This winter sure was brutal. Hope you all played well, if you made it out. Happy Spring.

    NIce. Glad it went well. The greens still a little rough out there? Played it a week plus ago and they needed some TLC.

    *Still not a fan of this new format.......

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  • GmcourtneyGmcourtney  214WRX Points: 75Members Posts: 214 Fairways
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    Greens were in pretty decent shape for March. Slow, partly due to rain on Friday and partly to do with not being cut real short yet. Honestly, much better condition than early spring last season though.

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  • seven deweyseven dewey  559WRX Points: 105Members Posts: 559 Golden Tee
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    On -, @ajsmith227 said:

    Proud double-badger...
    But really just pumped to start the Men's league season. Moved down to Highlands Ranch and joined the South Suburban Men's Club. Will miss CommonGround, but just happy to tee it up!

    I’m also curious how you like the burb men’s league. I’ve heard that there can be some unnecessary drama there at times, but I’ve also heard they have some pretty fun events as well. Although I can’t believe what they are charging for that course in its current condition. Played there Saturday and was less than impressed with it. But it’s March, I wasn’t expecting much, just charge a fair price to match.

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  • ajsmith227ajsmith227 Highlands Ranch, CO 72WRX Points: 63Handicap: 9.7ClubWRX Posts: 72 ClubWRX
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    On -, @pseudoswede said:

    ajsmith227 said:

    Proud double-badger...
    But really just pumped to start the Men's league season. Moved down to Highlands Ranch and joined the South Suburban Men's Club. Will miss CommonGround, but just happy to tee it up!

    I've heard good and bad things about their Men's Club. Please let us know how you like it after the season.

    (And not sure if you've been keeping up with last year's thread, but I'm at South Suburban almost every Thursday night for my beer league if you're around.)

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    On -, @ajsmith227 said:

    Proud double-badger...
    But really just pumped to start the Men's league season. Moved down to Highlands Ranch and joined the South Suburban Men's Club. Will miss CommonGround, but just happy to tee it up!

    I’m also curious how you like the burb men’s league. I’ve heard that there can be some unnecessary drama there at times, but I’ve also heard they have some pretty fun events as well. Although I can’t believe what they are charging for that course in its current condition. Played there Saturday and was less than impressed with it. But it’s March, I wasn’t expecting much, just charge a fair price to match.

    One tournament in...so far so good. Less than two weeks post bomb cyclone is a bit tough to judge the course conditions on...the green were a bit furry/bumpy. I am disappointed new members cannot play in Match Play their first year. Will continue to update.

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  • masamitsumasamitsu  2511WRX Points: 142Handicap: 4-6Members Posts: 2,511 Titanium Tees
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    On -, @ajsmith227 said:

    On -, @pseudoswede said:

    ajsmith227 said:

    Proud double-badger...
    But really just pumped to start the Men's league season. Moved down to Highlands Ranch and joined the South Suburban Men's Club. Will miss CommonGround, but just happy to tee it up!

    I've heard good and bad things about their Men's Club. Please let us know how you like it after the season.

    (And not sure if you've been keeping up with last year's thread, but I'm at South Suburban almost every Thursday night for my beer league if you're around.)

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    On -, @ajsmith227 said:

    Proud double-badger...
    But really just pumped to start the Men's league season. Moved down to Highlands Ranch and joined the South Suburban Men's Club. Will miss CommonGround, but just happy to tee it up!

    I’m also curious how you like the burb men’s league. I’ve heard that there can be some unnecessary drama there at times, but I’ve also heard they have some pretty fun events as well. Although I can’t believe what they are charging for that course in its current condition. Played there Saturday and was less than impressed with it. But it’s March, I wasn’t expecting much, just charge a fair price to match.

    One tournament in...so far so good. Less than two weeks post bomb cyclone is a bit tough to judge the course conditions on...the green were a bit furry/bumpy. I am disappointed new members cannot play in Match Play their first year. Will continue to update.

    Would be interested in hearing the thought behind not allowing new members to play the Match Play. Just curious - no trying to cause trouble :smile:

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  • seven deweyseven dewey  559WRX Points: 105Members Posts: 559 Golden Tee
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    My guess is that they want a season of scores posted within the club to eliminate sandbagging from new members who came in with existing handicaps. But that could be due to previous issues in the past there.

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  • 11forgedblades11forgedblades  562WRX Points: 113Members Posts: 562 Golden Tee
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    Anyone have a recommendation for getting my irons bent in Colorado Springs? World Golf is the only place I know of, but I no longer will go there. You would think a city of half a million people would have a few repair shops.

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  • pseudoswedepseudoswede Fear the Power Draw Parker, CO 1490WRX Points: 217Handicap: 9ishMembers Posts: 1,490 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @CDM said:

    HAHAHA so I just noticed that if you make a POST.... it has a timer to EDIT that post.   Gives one hour it appears.
    THATS JUST GREAT... Make a smart **** commment like we all do joking around on here and 10 years from now it comes back to haunt us all  LOL

    EDIT: So down to 57 minutes LOL  BUT I just noticed at the top of the thread WRX posted in some pinkish box with text...
    ".............Please have patience. We understand that this sucks and it will get MUCH better.........."  Funny thing is "better" is in the eye of the beholder....  =)

    Looks like they removed the time limit. Now we can cover our tracks for when we run for office. :lol:

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  • deadsolid...shankdeadsolid...shank  14981WRX Points: 994ClubWRX Posts: 14,981 ClubWRX
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    On -, @ajsmith227 said:

    On -, @pseudoswede said:

    ajsmith227 said:

    Proud double-badger...
    But really just pumped to start the Men's league season. Moved down to Highlands Ranch and joined the South Suburban Men's Club. Will miss CommonGround, but just happy to tee it up!

    I've heard good and bad things about their Men's Club. Please let us know how you like it after the season.

    (And not sure if you've been keeping up with last year's thread, but I'm at South Suburban almost every Thursday night for my beer league if you're around.)

    On -, @seven dewey said:

    On -, @ajsmith227 said:

    Proud double-badger...
    But really just pumped to start the Men's league season. Moved down to Highlands Ranch and joined the South Suburban Men's Club. Will miss CommonGround, but just happy to tee it up!

    I’m also curious how you like the burb men’s league. I’ve heard that there can be some unnecessary drama there at times, but I’ve also heard they have some pretty fun events as well. Although I can’t believe what they are charging for that course in its current condition. Played there Saturday and was less than impressed with it. But it’s March, I wasn’t expecting much, just charge a fair price to match.

    One tournament in...so far so good. Less than two weeks post bomb cyclone is a bit tough to judge the course conditions on...the green were a bit furry/bumpy. I am disappointed new members cannot play in Match Play their first year. Will continue to update.

    I have a tee time there for tomorrow afternoon. I’ve never played there but have read several things here about the greens. A big part of the reason for wanting to play there. Maybe I should wait a bit if the greens aren’t near their best?

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  • pseudoswedepseudoswede Fear the Power Draw Parker, CO 1490WRX Points: 217Handicap: 9ishMembers Posts: 1,490 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @deadsolid...shank said:

    I have a tee time there for tomorrow afternoon. I’ve never played there but have read several things here about the greens. A big part of the reason for wanting to play there. Maybe I should wait a bit if the greens aren’t near their best?

    I personally like the layout of the course, and the greens are just part of the fun. If you're visiting your son on a Thursday, come on out one evening in June to play nine with my beer league. The greens should be in true form by then.

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  • thaarthaar Best 3-putter in town!  1015WRX Points: 137Handicap: UghMembers Posts: 1,015 Platinum Tees
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    Got out for the first round of the year Sunday out at South Suburban. Thanks to those jerks in Men’s club :lol:, our tee time was delayed for 30 minutes. Kidding aside, I am interested in hearing your guys thoughts on their club though since the course is less than 5 minutes from my house.

    It was an interesting start for me. First hole, had a great drive in the middle of the fairway 30-40yds out, which I then somehow proceeded to skull over the green. Fortunately I found it, but a terrible lie. Chipped over the green, chipped up, 2-putt for double. Not the way I wanted to start. Next hole, another great drive, went for the green in two, came up just short, got a bit unlucky on the chip, but still par’d the hole. Back on track! Hole 3, topped my tee shot, hit the curb of the cart path, shot straight up and I think I bird must have snagged it mid-air cause I have no idea where the **** it went lol. Re-tee’d (sigh), then proceeded to top it again, but this time I could find it, and managed a triple. Ugh, 5 over through 3.

    At the end of the day, I shot an 83 with a double and 2 triples, so I certainly can’t complain after not swinging a club for over 4 months. Let’s be honest, I can’t complain with an 83, period lol! I carded 12 pars all day (which may be a personal best for me), and had 3 birdie chances within 5 ft that of course I missed lol. I played quite well aside from those three holes. Putting was decent, but had no 1-putts. My one 3-putt of course came on the dreaded 12th hole where I put it on the green exactly where I said not to!

    Fun times, and it felt great to get back on the course. Hopefully the weather starts to cooperate more often. Next weekend isn’t looking promising, but hopefully that’s one of our last snows of the year.

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  • deadsolid...shankdeadsolid...shank  14981WRX Points: 994ClubWRX Posts: 14,981 ClubWRX
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    On -, @pseudoswede said:

    On -, @deadsolid...shank said:

    I have a tee time there for tomorrow afternoon. I’ve never played there but have read several things here about the greens. A big part of the reason for wanting to play there. Maybe I should wait a bit if the greens aren’t near their best?

    I personally like the layout of the course, and the greens are just part of the fun. If you're visiting your son on a Thursday, come on out one evening in June to play nine with my beer league. The greens should be in true form by then.

    I’ll definitely remember and do that Pseudo. It looks like I might have to cancel tomorrow’s round anyway. I’m going down to babysit for the evening (kids goy comped Avalanche box seats, told them they couldn’t pass it up) and have to be in Highlands Ranch by 6:30 at the latest. Don’t think the 2:09 tee time will allow that to happen. They were booked solid prior to then.

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  • TheKrushhTheKrushh  1029WRX Points: 85Members Posts: 1,029 Platinum Tees
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    Played highlands ranch saturday morning. Course was actually in pretty good shape. I'm always impressed. Pace of play was awful like usual. My golf game was also weird like usual. Started off 7 over through five where I just picked up on two holes. Played 2 under the next 7 holes and ended up around 80 or something. Just gross.

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  • pseudoswedepseudoswede Fear the Power Draw Parker, CO 1490WRX Points: 217Handicap: 9ishMembers Posts: 1,490 Platinum Tees
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    I was going to say 6:30pm is a bit ambitious to make it to an Avs game from HR, then I just saw that puck drop is at 8pm.

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  • irvtrainirvtrain Denver, CO 1029WRX Points: 121Handicap: .4Members Posts: 1,029 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @thaar said:

    Got out for the first round of the year Sunday out at South Suburban. Thanks to those jerks in Men’s club :lol:, our tee time was delayed for 30 minutes. Kidding aside, I am interested in hearing your guys thoughts on their club though since the course is less than 5 minutes from my house.

    It was an interesting start for me. First hole, had a great drive in the middle of the fairway 30-40yds out, which I then somehow proceeded to skull over the green. Fortunately I found it, but a terrible lie. Chipped over the green, chipped up, 2-putt for double. Not the way I wanted to start. Next hole, another great drive, went for the green in two, came up just short, got a bit unlucky on the chip, but still par’d the hole. Back on track! Hole 3, topped my tee shot, hit the curb of the cart path, shot straight up and I think I bird must have snagged it mid-air cause I have no idea where the **** it went lol. Re-tee’d (sigh), then proceeded to top it again, but this time I could find it, and managed a triple. Ugh, 5 over through 3.

    At the end of the day, I shot an 83 with a double and 2 triples, so I certainly can’t complain after not swinging a club for over 4 months. Let’s be honest, I can’t complain with an 83, period lol! I carded 12 pars all day (which may be a personal best for me), and had 3 birdie chances within 5 ft that of course I missed lol. I played quite well aside from those three holes. Putting was decent, but had no 1-putts. My one 3-putt of course came on the dreaded 12th hole where I put it on the green exactly where I said not to!

    Fun times, and it felt great to get back on the course. Hopefully the weather starts to cooperate more often. Next weekend isn’t looking promising, but hopefully that’s one of our last snows of the year.

    I like South Suburban. Obviously it is known for its greens. I feel like your short game would improve quite a bit there but your long game could suffer as it is on the shorter side.

    On another note: I avoided the site during construction and get back on here today, and now it feels a little bit too much like Facebook. What are your thoughts on the new platform?

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  • thaarthaar Best 3-putter in town!  1015WRX Points: 137Handicap: UghMembers Posts: 1,015 Platinum Tees
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    You're definitely right on it being on the shorter side, but that suits my game :)

    I did snap the head of my 8i warming up too. It was a pretty good shot too lol. The **** thing probably flew 80yds, so I had to do the walk of shame on a completely packed range :lol: Fortunately, I only wanted to use it for one shot during my round and it was on my second shot of the par 5, so it was inconsequential.

    Still not sure what to think of the new layout of the site. I have been absent from here until today, so it was a bit of a surprise! I need to better understand what functionality they're going to include with the revision. I'm cautiously optimistic!

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  • pseudoswedepseudoswede Fear the Power Draw Parker, CO 1490WRX Points: 217Handicap: 9ishMembers Posts: 1,490 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @irvtrain said:

    On another note: I avoided the site during construction and get back on here today, and now it feels a little bit too much like Facebook. What are your thoughts on the new platform?

    It's definitely a work in progress. It's the only real golf forum to communicate with Colorado golfers, so I'm stuck here.

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  • jacobEDGEjacobEDGE  2025WRX Points: 133Handicap: 3.9Members Posts: 2,025 Platinum Tees
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    The rust was strong on Sunday, that's for sure. I hadn't hit a golf ball outside of D'Lance for nearly 5 months. I started off with a double, then triple. Was +6 through 3 holes. The Trackman wasn't lying, I legit cannot hit a ball off a tee box to save my life. I was topping/duffing everything with my driver & 3 wood. I've never experienced this in my life, and it was more baffling than anything else. My driver went: 50 yards, 162 yards, 291 yards, 261 yards, 214 yards. My 3-woods off the tee were: 87 yards, 218 yards, 90 yards.

    Fortunately, I was hitting a lot of GIRs and saving some putts. Ended up shooting 44/39. Given my struggle off the tee, I'm 100% okay with that. Was my first round sporting my new Vans golf shoes!

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  • Joker91Joker91 Westminster, CO 572WRX Points: 279Handicap: 8.8Members Posts: 572 Golden Tee
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    On -, @jacobEDGE said:

    The rust was strong on Sunday, that's for sure. I hadn't hit a golf ball outside of D'Lance for nearly 5 months. I started off with a double, then triple. Was +6 through 3 holes. The Trackman wasn't lying, I legit cannot hit a ball off a tee box to save my life. I was topping/duffing everything with my driver & 3 wood. I've never experienced this in my life, and it was more baffling than anything else. My driver went: 50 yards, 162 yards, 291 yards, 261 yards, 214 yards. My 3-woods off the tee were: 87 yards, 218 yards, 90 yards.

    Fortunately, I was hitting a lot of GIRs and saving some putts. Ended up shooting 44/39. Given my struggle off the tee, I'm 100% okay with that. Was my first round sporting my new Vans golf shoes!

    Those the Golfkicks? How they working out?

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    Just got an email from Deer Creek with a pretty amazing afternoon deal if you live near there. $300 for April thru Sept free green fees 7 days a week after 2pm and includes 1 bucket of balls a day.
    If you want to ride, $15 cart fee 2-4pm includes 1 drink (soda, gatorade, 16 oz draft beer). $10 cart fee with drink 4pm on. I would assume if you walked then $300 is all you would pay for 6 months of afternoon golf.

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    On -, @Joker91 said:

    Those the Golfkicks? How they working out?

    My feet were a little sore. But I also walked 20 holes (Started on hole 2 because I was late, then walked 1 & 2 after 18). I'm not sure if my feet being sore was due to the shoes/spikes...or the fact I hadn't walked that amount of distance in 5 months. Could be either. But other than that, they held up fine and had great traction. Would be zero issue for people that predominately ride in carts.

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    On -, @jacobEDGE said:

    On -, @Joker91 said:

    Those the Golfkicks? How they working out?

    My feet were a little sore. But I also walked 20 holes (Started on hole 2 because I was late, then walked 1 & 2 after 18). I'm not sure if my feet being sore was due to the shoes/spikes...or the fact I hadn't walked that amount of distance in 5 months. Could be either. But other than that, they held up fine and had great traction. Would be zero issue for people that predominately ride in carts.

    Were those the Ultra Range?

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    On -, @masamitsu said:

    Were those the Ultra Range?

    No, unfortunately I was using my "fashion over function" logic. Just the regular Old-Skools. I should have gotten some Old Skool Pros though, because those inserts are so much more comfortable.

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    On -, @Dancin said:

    Just got an email from Deer Creek with a pretty amazing afternoon deal if you live near there. $300 for April thru Sept free green fees 7 days a week after 2pm and includes 1 bucket of balls a day.
    If you want to ride, $15 cart fee 2-4pm includes 1 drink (soda, gatorade, 16 oz draft beer). $10 cart fee with drink 4pm on. I would assume if you walked then $300 is all you would pay for 6 months of afternoon golf.

    I think the bigger question is whether Deer Creek will survive these next six months.

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