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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2015-08-10, 16:20

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Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:Bump.

Going for the first time this summer and it's August. This should be fun.
Where at?

Some shitty $18 for 9 and a cart course in Grand Rapids. I'm bringing my own beer, fuck em. I need a j-o-b.
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Post by Frank Ricard on 2015-08-10, 17:54

Started to hit range balls. Have to play my annual 9 holes next Monday. Last year, I shot 45 which was much better than I thot I would. This year I will struggle to shoot 55, if not worse.

It doesn't seem like it was that long ago that even if I hadn't played in months I could go to the range 3 times, find something, and shoot in the low 80's. But now going to the range is just proving I am beyond horrible and should just quit.


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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2015-08-11, 14:15

Ended up playing 18, shot a 108
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Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:Ended up playing 18, shot a 108
Is that because you drank a beer a hole? One game I played was that the winner of the hole did a shot. That was supposed to handicap the person, so in theory, by the end everyone should be drinking.

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Post by Other Teams Pursuing That on 2015-08-12, 00:34

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Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:Ended up playing 18, shot a 108
Is that because you drank a beer a hole? One game I played was that the winner of the hole did a shot. That was supposed to handicap the person, so in theory, by the end everyone should be drinking.

It's because I suck. I was on pace for about a beer every 2 holes. Then we went out after and i got really drunk. Overall, a solid day. I should golf more often.
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Post by Blaine Fabin on 2015-08-19, 20:23

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Sorry if we were muddling up the thread about you and Tanny, RP.
thinking about going "Up North" to play golf.. do you have an argyle sweater I could borrow?

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Robert J Sakimano wrote:can I wear a hat and then put my sunglasses on the back of my neck as I stroll effortlessly into an Up North restaurant?

Just start muttering something about angle of attack and club head speed...no one will even notice you don't have the glasses slung back...
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Re: The Golf Thread

Post by Blaine Fabin on 2015-08-19, 20:24

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Happy with 101 ?
Yup. I'll live with it. Had a few awesome shots and 3 blow up holes. 4 holes in a row that were triple bogey. 260 out after hitting in the drink on 18. On the green with a three wood. 2 putt for a bogey.

Cat calling a legitimate 101 at Doral?

Tough clubhouse...


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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2015-08-19, 20:39

Girbaud broke 100 at Arcadia last week. Pretty impressive for a guy who probably only golfs 4-5x/year. 96 I think? I broke 50 on the front! Not so much on the back.

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Avoiding the bunker on the 12th at the Pebble Beach Pro Am. No way to embed, so clicky.

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Post by InTenSity on 2016-02-26, 15:01

Anyone have any thoughts on shoes? I'm looking at the footjoy DNA's or Puma Titantour. Not paying full price for either. The Puma's are only $110 on Amazon, can get the DNA's for $120 or so on ebay. My current shoes have been superglued together a few times now.

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Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2016-02-26, 15:02

InTenSity wrote:Anyone have any thoughts on shoes? I'm looking at the footjoy DNA's or Puma Titantour. Not paying full price for either. The Puma's are only $110 on Amazon, can get the DNA's for $120 or so on ebay. My current shoes have been superglued together a few times now.
I'm more of a boot kind of guy but if you like shoes, I suggest you go for it.

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Post by InTenSity on 2016-02-26, 15:04

I'm more of a boot kind of guy but if you like shoes, I suggest you go for it.
That's good for you. How is it biking in boots?

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I'm more of a boot kind of guy but if you like shoes, I suggest you go for it.
That's good for you. How is it biking in boots?
I prefer Shimanos..

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Post by InTenSity on 2016-02-26, 15:10

Robert J Sakimano wrote:
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That's good for you. How is it biking in boots?
I prefer Shimanos..

Hmm that seems to be a specialized type of shoe for biking. Doesn't seem like a boot to me.

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InTenSity wrote:
Robert J Sakimano wrote:
I prefer Shimanos..

Hmm that seems to be a specialized type of shoe for biking. Doesn't seem like a boot to me.
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Post by InTenSity on 2016-02-26, 15:24

I still prefer shoes when golfing, hopefully they have some type of spikes as well.

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Post by Watch Out Pylon! on 2016-02-26, 15:26

Other Teams Pursuing That wrote:
InTenSity wrote:
Where at?

Some shitty $18 for 9 and a cart course in Grand Rapids. I'm bringing my own beer, fuck em. I need a j-o-b.

Now you can buy your beer on the course and chat up the cart girl while you're at it. You're all grows up!
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Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2016-02-26, 15:29

InTenSity wrote:I still prefer shoes when golfing, hopefully they have some type of spikes as well.
that's probably an asset.

the Shimano boots are nice on the trail.. nothing worse than getting grit/pebbles down into your shoes. When it's cold, though, these are a fine option with the more traditional cycling shoe:



more than anything, they insulate and also keep out the wind.
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Post by Death Roe on 2016-02-26, 15:56

$100+ golf shoes? Baller.

I have the Nike Air Rivals.

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Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by Death Roe on 2016-02-26, 15:56

TaylorMade just released the M2 driver. Adjustable loft, but stationary weights on top.

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I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by InTenSity on 2016-02-26, 16:15

Death Roe wrote:$100+ golf shoes? Baller.

I have the Nike Air Rivals.
I golf enough to justify more expensive shoes, in my head. The pair I have right now, I've had for about 5 years and they are falling apart. I wear golf shoes more often than I do tennis shoes.

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Post by InTenSity on 2016-02-26, 16:16

Death Roe wrote:TaylorMade just released the M2 driver. Adjustable loft, but stationary weights on top.
I already have the R1 and R15. I won the R15. Its a nice driver, but something lately, I want to try a different set of drivers altogether. Maybe a Big Bertha again. I'd be better though just sticking to hitting the 3 wood off the tee.

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Post by NigelUno on 2016-02-26, 16:30

http://store.nike.com/us/en_us/pw/mens-golf-shoes/7puZahaZoi3

If you want some Nikes, they have an additional 20% off any sale items (use code BETTERFORIT).
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Post by Death Roe on 2016-02-26, 16:34

InTenSity wrote:
Death Roe wrote:TaylorMade just released the M2 driver. Adjustable loft, but stationary weights on top.
I already have the R1 and R15. I won the R15. Its a nice driver, but something lately, I want to try a different set of drivers altogether. Maybe a Big Bertha again. I'd be better though just sticking to hitting the 3 wood off the tee.

The new XR from Callaway is supposedly awesome. They had Boeing help with the driver aerodynamics.

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I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2016-04-18, 22:15

Kinda funny. No humblebrag at all. I'm generally mediocre to bad at golf and have no real plan or desire to get better. I play in a league because it's a fun group of dudes and we have a couple of beers and a merry old time.

First league night tonight. Have not swung a club since October. Literally walked up to the first tee, sans practice swing of any sort and seeded one down the fairway. Par. Same on 2. Par. Next was a par 3. Just off the green. Chipped to 6 ft. Par. On and on it went.

Went into 9 (a tough par 3) one over. Carded a double for a 38. My previous best on 9 holes was 40. Naturally that's going to fuck up my handicap for the rest of the season. Doubt I sniff 40 again for the rest of the season. I should just show up and drink beer from here on out.

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Post by LooseGoose on 2016-04-25, 21:09

Spartan Women's Golf ‏@msuwomensgolf 3h3 hours ago
The Spartan women’s golf team has earned a berth in the NCAA Regionals for the 17th time in the past 18 seasons!


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Post by Death Roe on 2016-04-25, 21:33

Sold my old clubs a few nights ago. Picked up a Callaway X series driver, really like it so far. A few years less distance, but my shot is more consistent and straight, I will take that every time.

I have some Cobra Fly Z XL irons on the way.

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I mean, the first thing with pea soup is the texture, okay?
I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by LooseGoose on 2016-04-29, 08:36

It's a slide show but in this case a good format to use.....

50 must-play public golf courses in Michigan

Before I retired from golfing about 10 years ago I played about 7 of these if my tally was accurate.


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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2016-04-29, 08:59

LooseGoose wrote:It's a slide show but in this case a good format to use.....

50 must-play public golf courses in Michigan

Before I retired from golfing about 10 years ago I played about 7 of these if my tally was accurate.


I'm at somewhere between 6-8. I used to get away for a long weekend every year with a group of about a dozen guys and we'd hit a couple of different courses every year. A couple of them listed are maybe among the ones we hit.

Kind of funny, I pretty much gave up golf around the same time as you. I still like to watch on TV from time to time. One of these days I'll pick it back up again. Hell, I was even on our HS team. I was never consistent enough to get my score into the 80s, but hit enough good shots every round to keep me going back.
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Post by LooseGoose on 2016-04-29, 09:10

Floyd Robertson wrote:
LooseGoose wrote:It's a slide show but in this case a good format to use.....

50 must-play public golf courses in Michigan

Before I retired from golfing about 10 years ago I played about 7 of these if my tally was accurate.


I'm at somewhere between 6-8. I used to get away for a long weekend every year with a group of about a dozen guys and we'd hit a couple of different courses every year. A couple of them listed are maybe among the ones we hit.

Kind of funny, I pretty much gave up golf around the same time as you. I still like to watch on TV from time to time. One of these days I'll pick it back up again. Hell, I was even on our HS team. I was never consistent enough to get my score into the 80s, but hit enough good shots every round to keep me going back.

I still enjoy the majors on TV, but gave up playing because my back took all the enjoyment out of it. I never played on a HS team but did play a couple leagues a week back in the 80s/90s. I was just ok with the occasional good hole to keep you hooked, a typical duffer scoring 90-100 on relatively easy courses.

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Post by Death Roe on 2016-04-29, 10:11

Island Hills

That's it for me on that list.

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I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by Death Roe on 2016-04-29, 13:42

Went out this morning in the crappy weather, managed to luck out with no rain. Tried out my new Fly Z XL irons, shot an 82 total. 44 on front 9 (more of a trial and error/test 9 for the new clubs), 38 on the back. Birdied a hole, was 1 foot away from a hole in one. I'm gonna get one of those someday!

Played at a little course in Paw Paw, Lake Cora Hills.

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I mean, the first thing with pea soup is the texture, okay?
I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by Frank Ricard on 2016-04-29, 16:25

Been lifting weights 3x a week because I've lost so much distance over the years.  Never a long hitter, but last year I couldn't even drive it 220.  I'm 58 now, so it's get in shape for one last time before I'm soo old, I can't play.  

Heading over to Oakmont to watch the US Open in June and then running over playing  Totteridge GC, a course about 30 miles from Oakmont.  My goal is to break 80, which is something I haven't done since 1995.  But I'm going to really work on my game and see if I can't do it just one last time before

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Post by duffy munn on 2016-04-29, 17:10

LooseGoose wrote:It's a slide show but in this case a good format to use.....

50 must-play public golf courses in Michigan

Before I retired from golfing about 10 years ago I played about 7 of these if my tally was accurate.


I've played about 20 of these. Little Traverse Bay is my favorite, especially in the fall. Pure Freaking Michigan.

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Post by kingstonlake on 2016-06-13, 20:55

LooseGoose wrote:It's a slide show but in this case a good format to use.....

50 must-play public golf courses in Michigan

Before I retired from golfing about 10 years ago I played about 7 of these if my tally was accurate.


Played 10 of them. Really liked elk ridge.
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Post by LooseGoose on 2016-06-25, 17:20

GreenandWhite.com ‏@LSJGreenWhite 31m31 minutes ago
MSU senior Sam Weatherhead (@sweatherhead13) has won the Michigan Amateur Championship. He was the No. 51 seed entering 64-man match play.

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