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  1. Pretty interesting discussion about it on the NLU podcast a few weeks back https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLmZlZWRidXJuZXIuY29tL05MVXBvZGNhc3Rz/episode/NjQ5MWMwMmMtZGMwOS0xMWVhLTgyOGQtMTIzNzZjODg2MDg3?sa=X&ved=0CBMQzsICahcKEwjowqOe77zrAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAQ&hl=en
  2. It’s a Costco ball. Just checked the website and it’s not on there anymore. You might be able to find it in your local store.
  3. Live in North Tahoe so know it fairly well. It’s been a couple years since I’ve played the dragon so I’ll ask around to see if anyone’s been up lately. It’s not my favorite of the lost Sierra courses so if I’m going to drive the 50min up there I’m playing whitehawk or Grizzly. October shouldn’t be too bad unless you hit it during a cold snap. It’s usually around 65° daytime temps and right above freezing at night.
  4. Only watched the last little bit but loved the drama of the pin placement on 18. Crazy all 3 of them misread the break on puts with a 30-40% make percentage. Homeboy stressing out watching from the clubhouse and trying to take a swig off his water bottle with the cap on Was pretty classic!
  5. Branden Grace tests positive for COVID-19, WDs while T2 at Barracuda
  6. If your hardcore you can play in Da Burgh pretty much year round. Get yourself some FJ wintersof gloves, some warm non bulky layers, and some Bright orange low compression balls. As long as there’s not snow on the ground there are quite a few courses open depending on which side of town your on. I played the past few years when I was home for Xmas. My parents neighbor plays 3-4 days a week year round weather permitting. Its definitely a different kind of golf, it’s hard to score well. Sometimes you need a screwdriver to break a hole into the frozen ground so you can get a tee in. Lots of bu
  7. Pretty funny... my buddy and I were just saying yesterday that there’s no way with all the cameras rolling for 4 straight days with no spectators they don’t at least catch a bear or 2 rolling across the fairways. Typical Tahoe golf. The guys seemed a little more dialed in with their wedges today. I’ve always found that around here wedges don’t really go much farther (like the longer clubs) they just seem to stay up longer and go higher. Looking like the weather is going to be basically perfect going through the weekend. Played yesterday and today in the afternoon and had the typical 5-10
  8. ^^^^yep. I’m partial to quicksilver https://www.dickssportinggoods.com/p/quiksilver-mens-union-amphibian-20-shorts-19qukmnnmphbn20xxapb/19qukmnnmphbn20xxapb?sku=20594903&camp=CSE:DSG_92700049051722931_pla_aud-563275158403:pla-506587229001&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIi92n4rnd6gIVJh6tBh2mVQfEEAQYAiABEgIHXPD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
  9. Plumas county/Graeagle https://www.campdreamcatcher.com/ Within 15 min you have Whitehawk ranch, Graeagle Meadows, Grizzly Ranch, and The Dragon. There is dispersed camping around here in North Tahoe but it’s going to be much more crowded and the courses are more $$$
  10. Watched a NLU “wild world of golf“ at sweetens cove recently. Looks like a super interesting layout. If I’m ever down in that area it’s definitely on the list. Looks like it would only require a short detourhttps://sweetenscovegolfclub.com/https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bbK1xtPH9Dg
  11. “Probably poolside in his thong”.. pretty douchey comment.
  12. Srixon q star tour might be a good middle ground. Not overly soft with pretty good check up of the irons and wedges. Prior generation on sale right now at $15 dozhttps://www.golfballs.com/m/Golf-Balls/Balls/Srixon-Q-Star-Tour-2-Golf-Balls.htm
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