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46 minutes ago, DavePelz4 said:

Had the privilege of playing Crystal Woods with V and 2 other old guys from our group yesterday.  Will echo his comments about course conditions which were really good for December 10. We also sat outside post round and had some socially distant adult beverages which was a great capper to a great round, day and possibly season. Yesterday's round gave me hope for a much better 2021 season.

 

1 hour ago, VNutz said:

Took the day off yesterday and headed out to Crystal Woods. Course was in great shape for December, usually winter golf is a complete compromise in terms of conditions, but this felt normal. A couple of the low lying or shaded greens took a little bit to thaw out, that was the only drawback, trying to determine what would be receptive and what wouldn't. Driver was super rusty as I only hit 3 fairways, but clawed my way to 2 birdies with 2 bogeys and 2 doubles for a decent round to finish off the year.

 

 

Awesome.

Way to take advantage of the weather yesterday!

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On 12/9/2020 at 11:59 AM, VNutz said:

Ryder Cup again would be better but I'll take it. Weird to think that 2026 is closer in time than the 2012 Cup was. Doesn't feel right, feeling old now...

 

Had the good fortune to attend social events there beginning in the 70's and played the course for the first time almost 40 years ago.

Was awed by the architecture and the layout.

Said then, it was like walking on the finest carpeting ever laid.

You know I'll be on the volunteer list for this one.

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I bought myself an early Christmas present and wanted to take my new irons out for a spin so Bear and I played beautiful Deer Creek today. It was walking only (two of the best words in the English language when paired together) and the course was swampy in low spots and spongy in several others. However, it was very playable and the sun came out for the back nine, making things even nicer. Deer Creek will never win any prizes but it was definitely worth the $20 we each paid. The tee boxes were pretty chewed from the good weather last week but they had come out and rolled the greens so those were much smoother than I expected. Almost all the pins were in the back, which is great when the course is frozen. I’m guessing those will be the same pin locations for the next few months. One birdie, some solid iron shots, and a 75. 

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7 minutes ago, ldchristopher said:

I bought myself an early Christmas present and wanted to take my new irons out for a spin so Bear and I played beautiful Deer Creek today. It was walking only (two of the best words in the English language when paired together) and the course was swampy in low spots and spongy in several others. However, it was very playable and the sun came out for the back nine, making things even nicer. Deer Creek will never win any prizes but it was definitely worth the $20 we each paid. The tee boxes were pretty chewed from the good weather last week but they had come out and rolled the greens so those were much smoother than I expected. Almost all the pins were in the back, which is great when the course is frozen. I’m guessing those will be the same pin locations for the next few months. One birdie, some solid iron shots, and a 75. 

 

Don't leave us hanging! Lol. What irons did you get? 

 

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3 hours ago, Argonne69 said:

 

Don't leave us hanging! Lol. What irons did you get? 

 

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On 12/9/2020 at 11:59 AM, VNutz said:

Ryder Cup again would be better but I'll take it. Weird to think that 2026 is closer in time than the 2012 Cup was. Doesn't feel right, feeling old now...

There's been some low scoring there recently, most notably at the BMW last year. But the course was really wet and no course can withstand today's players when the course is gettable. But do they really need a significant renovation again? 

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10 hours ago, Holy Moses said:

There's been some low scoring there recently, most notably at the BMW last year. But the course was really wet and no course can withstand today's players when the course is gettable. But do they really need a significant renovation again? 

No clue, but I guess if they want to remain in the conversation they might have to consider it. I was shocked how low those guys went there in 2019. Just days before the tourney Mark Rolfing was on ESPN radio and predicted high scores. He said with the length the course was playing and the high rough that scoring would be incredibly high, then JT goes out and fires a 61. I was really bummed when soft conditions made it a cakewalk for the 06 PGA, this was another level entirely. I'd like to see it get a fair shot in conditions like what Olympia had this year, where it was firm and fast and played like a major course.

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1 minute ago, VNutz said:

No clue, but I guess if they want to remain in the conversation they might have to consider it. I was shocked how low those guys went there in 2019. Just days before the tourney Mark Rolfing was on ESPN radio and predicted high scores. He said with the length the course was playing and the high rough that scoring would be incredibly high, then JT goes out and fires a 61. I was really bummed when soft conditions made it a cakewalk for the 06 PGA, this was another level entirely. I'd like to see it get a fair shot in conditions like what Olympia had this year, where it was firm and fast and played like a major course.

This is the problem with courses in the Midwest. It rains here at inconvenient times. It rains pretty much every Father's Day Weekend, meaning anytime a US Open is held around here, the courses are soft and scores will be low. The tournament at Medinah in 2019 had almost comical scores. I don't know what the solution is though. More redesigns can't change regional weather patterns.                          

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1 hour ago, ldchristopher said:

This is the problem with courses in the Midwest. It rains here at inconvenient times. It rains pretty much every Father's Day Weekend, meaning anytime a US Open is held around here, the courses are soft and scores will be low. The tournament at Medinah in 2019 had almost comical scores. I don't know what the solution is though. More redesigns can't change regional weather patterns.                          

Hard to argue. Same thing happened at the Erin Hills U.S. Open.

 

The proceeding weeks to the tournament were dry and guys playing practice rounds talked about how fast and difficult the course was playing. To the extent, that the USGA actually went out and cut down the fescue in some areas. But, of course, being the upper Midwest, early in the Open week the course was hammered by storms. A couple of inches of rain and a brand new ballgame. Sadly, some golf fans and media then thought that Erin Hills was a pushover, not worthy of hosting a U.S. Open. If the Open had been the week prior, the narrative likely would have been much different. 

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On 12/14/2020 at 10:45 AM, TheBear95 said:

Hard to argue. Same thing happened at the Erin Hills U.S. Open.

 

The proceeding weeks to the tournament were dry and guys playing practice rounds talked about how fast and difficult the course was playing. To the extent, that the USGA actually went out and cut down the fescue in some areas. But, of course, being the upper Midwest, early in the Open week the course was hammered by storms. A couple of inches of rain and a brand new ballgame. Sadly, some golf fans and media then thought that Erin Hills was a pushover, not worthy of hosting a U.S. Open. If the Open had been the week prior, the narrative likely would have been much different. 

I remember we played the week before that Open. There were 30 mph winds and there had been no rain for a couple of weeks previous, which was very rare for that time of year. I walked off the course thinking if these were the conditions for the Open, the winning score could be over par. Then Kevin Na complained, they cut a bunch of fescue, it poured rain, and the pros ripped up Erin Hills.  

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first time this year I ducked work for a weekday game.

bit of chill in the air, brisk wind and every tee box thumped like plywood.

the third player we picked up actually had a screwdriver in his bag to punch holes in the turf for a tee.

I'd heard of it - today I saw it.

ball rolled out big time on hard fairways and interesting trying to hold the greens, even with their recent dressing.

into a stiff breeze, number twelve played over 600. thought I was on fourteen at the Crook.

can't wait to go back tomorrow.

to call us knuckleheads would be an understatement.

 

 

 

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Highland Woods today. Bear is nearing 100 rounds and I'm up to 57. Hopefully he can get to triple digits before the cold front comes in later this week. HW was quite firm and the greens were probably the fastest I've played all year. It's crazy what happens when a course freezes. It was in the low 30's for the first few holes and we both limped to a 40 on the front. However, I shot -2 on the back with birdies on 15 and 18. Ball striking with the new irons was excellent and my putter was behaving as well. Walking up 18 was comical with an orange ball and a lime green ball sitting on a spray painted green. Nothing says "Winter golf" like that visual. 74. 

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Fox Lake Country Club Saturday and Sunday.

I've played more in December than I did in September through November.  

I know it's been great for the courses, but I truly hope people find other things to do besides golf in 2021.  

The crowds are unbearable for a 90% solo player like me.  

 

 

 

 

 

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No birdies were harmed in the playing of this round...

 

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Lol. 'Little different here in the Valley. 

 

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GDN today. When we got there, a bunch of guys were hanging around waiting out a frost delay. Apparently there were two patches of frost on 1 and 2. They weren’t visible nor do I think they were even still present but...whatever. The course was in horrid shape. I didn’t think Highland Woods would be in considerably better condition than GDN but that was absolutely the case. I hit the ball really well but had no birdies and five bogies. 77. I think that will probably be it for golf in 2020. 

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Played my 100th round of 2020 this morning at Marengo Ridge. This is only the second time I've gotten to triple digit rounds in a calendar year. My on-course exploits are never worth applauding, but I think this is worth sharing, lol.

 

Marengo Ridge was hardly my first choice, but it worked out well. I was the first guy there and had the course to myself. When I was leaving, it was all jammed up on the first tee, so it definitely paid to get out early. 

 

Overall, I was shocked at how dry the course was. For December 23rd, its usually mud balls and slop, but Marengo Ridge was extremely playable.

 

I've played a ton of rounds since Oct. 1. I know 2020 has been a lot of things, but it has been the best year for late season Chicagoland golf. No snow, rather dry with decent temps. Looks like winter is finally coming tonight. It was a good run.

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6 hours ago, chisag said:

... Not to rub it in your faces but I played 8 days in a row and needed a break. The sky in Phoenix is usually cloudless and so blue it looks like it was painted. My favorite little muni is Aguila and with a Phoenix city card it is $22 to walk. Most are well over $100 in season so this is a bargain and then some. This is #12 a 430 yd par 4 but with the hard and fast desert fairways and downhill about 260 out I usually have a mid iron to the hole. Back in Chicago I would be hitting a hybrid for my second shot. Stay warm guys!


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23 hours ago, chisag said:

... Not to rub it in your faces but I played 8 days in a row and needed a break. The sky in Phoenix is usually cloudless and so blue it looks like it was painted. My favorite little muni is Aguila and with a Phoenix city card it is $22 to walk. Most are well over $100 in season so this is a bargain and then some. This is #12 a 430 yd par 4 but with the hard and fast desert fairways and downhill about 260 out I usually have a mid iron to the hole. Back in Chicago I would be hitting a hybrid for my second shot. Stay warm guys!


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8 hours ago, DavePelz4 said:

Getting a tee in the ground was near impossible and the bottom of my steel water bottle reflects that.

 

an old driver wrench can be used to punch a hole for the the tees.  the t-shaped handle is user friendly.

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4 hours ago, Argonne69 said:

My plans to sell my condo and buy an RV got derailed last spring.

 

the RV market went wonky in 2020.

heard that new ones couldn't get built fast enough and dealers listed their used inventory at sky high prices.

 

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