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  1. The Old Course at Bedford Springs is an awesome trip. Ross/Tillinghast course that’s very playable and a great walk, Some really cool holes including the Par 3 220 plus Volcano hole. The par 5s are gorgeous and stretched out. Highly recommend for a fall day golf outing. Food’s great at the clubhouse too.
  2. Same. J40 Combo to J15 DPC to JGR HF2 to now trying a Srixon Z5/Z7 combo. Will never sell any of the Bridgestone sets
  3. Moose won the Annual Hive Club Championship (gross) at Laurel Hill by 6 shots - 65G, 78N. IMG_5075.MOV
  4. Poolesville is not bad for the price and is usually the cheaper of the MCG courses. Bland layout but plays long and with trees on both sides on most holes. The greens are kind of complicated and tough to make up for the layout. Good winter walking course.
  5. Yeah - they’re really good. Sneaker comfort out of the box. I’ve had knee injuries and I’m picky! The Ace also has a liner that’s supposed to be waterproof. Works well enough for morning rounds but yet to try in rain.
  6. Bridgestone Tour B RX. I usually play ZStars and picked up a sleeve to try out at the pro shop!
  7. The Gel Ace runs half a size big and has great traction, stability and comfort. Prefer these to the Adidas Boost and Ecco Bioms I typically wear. Breaking in two pairs for a Bandon trip.
  8. Absolutely. Northwest is a really good course. Public or otherwise.
  9. Surprised Sun Mountain doesn’t get more recognition. The 20mm/30mm Specs are hard to beat and at this price https://www.tgw.com/golf-apparel/golf-rain-gear/sun-mountain-mens-elite-waterproof-golf-rain-jacket
  10. Dunning’s great but fits bigger and similar to Donald Ross
  11. Similar issue with the Adipure Knits - great, comfortable summer shoes. Impossible to keep clean.
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