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  1. They have a pool that has no heat, they have a clubhouse without AC. This isn't a country club in any sense. Most of the members play the majority of their golf at other clubs for the reasons you stated, but Chicago is a step back in time. It's incredible. Hardest tee time to get as there are only 100 local members. The member I played with explained that it's not a club that requires money or prestige to join. He said the best way to get an invitation to join is to be a great golfer (he said many of the members played D-1 golf in college and/or carry low singled digit handicaps) o
  2. You also can get kicked out for betting more than $2-$3 a match, so I doubt MJ would like that. I doubt the exact number but they have a standard game, anything above it is frowned upon.
  3. 1. Toulon Garage Chicago Putter. It’s show room condition as they say, no scuffs dings. Blacked out including black shaft. It’s the face balanced model with a sight dot being the only thing white on it. Comes with the whole kit shown. It’s 34 inches (spec card was incorrect saying 35), and now has a brand new super stroke on it. $445, shipped via FedEx 2. Greyson Lamb headcover. It’s been used but you’d hardly be able to tell. It’s leather which is awesome, magnetic closure. Sold 3. 2 dozen Vice Pro Plus, sealed. Sold
  4. avoid Lost Marsh at all costs unless you like mickey mouse golf and losing balls.
  5. If you live in Chicago area, it's pretty easy to find a way onto most any course except Old Elm and Chicago. It took me 3 years to get onto Chicago, Old Elm, I've never met a member personally.
  6. Yeah I remember you posting about that. I emailed you since I was able to go in and get a hat and wanted to know where to walk to once I got in the complex. I'd been working on putting a peg in the ground about a year prior to that. Oddly, I'm playing Mistwood for the first time in awhile on Saturday and just was made aware of his passing last night. As for Chicago... what's to say? It's always been my #1 so any course from now on will stand a shot at 2. The setting is unreal, you can see the clubhouse and complex from anywhere on the property which is amazing. The scale is incredible, you
  7. Finally got on Chicago Golf Club this week after about 5 years of networking. Hopefully I'll be back soon, that place is special.
  8. 1.) Vokey low bounce K, 58 degree. DG Tour Issue S400. It’s in good shape, grooves have plenty of life. This was a game changing wedge for me, when they came back out with it this year I bought 2 for fear they will be hard to come by again. $55 2.) Vokey TVD K, 56 degree. DG Tour Issue S400. The grooves are in good shape. It was originally the graphite ion and I tried to strip it to raw. Someone that knows what they are doing can probably make this thing really nice looking. $45 I’ll sell both for $75 shipped
  9. 1.) Toulon weight kit with 20g weight. SOLD 2.) Greyson Tala polo. Dark Green. Size medium. I think it’s been worn twice. Perfect shape. SOLD 3.) RLX Cypress Shorts, white. Size 34. If they’ve been worn once it was to try them on. Practically new. SOLD 4.) RLX Cypress Camo shorts. Size 33. SOLD
  10. Excellent condition. Only used for two season up north. Black on black. No rips or anything. $120 shipped
  11. Ping Vault 2.0, in the black which had to be custom ordered. 34 inches. Head doesn’t have any dings or scratches, excellent shape. Comes with original headcover. $170 shipped
  12. I think one of the perks is being able to embroider stuff. I really want to black omaha with the wolf on it that you get for the grey, but like you, $250 is alot.
  13. UPDATE: Traded for the mallet version! Thanks! Go Bucks Brand new, never seen the sunlight. I would happily trade for a mallet version even if it has been lightly used.
  14. That’s a better way of saying what I was trying to say. So many courses are abiding by the rules and suffering the financial issues that come with it. They are doing it as a contributor to our society, like most of us are. Why does Blackstone get to write their own rules? Why should we as a community support that? I play there 4-6 times a year but I’m sad to say I don’t think I will this year as I’d like my daily fee to go towards owners that took this seriously regardless of the financial outcomes.
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