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Can't agree any more. Every day i go to my mom and Im like "You know what I REALLY want right now right?" and she just says "I know you want winter to end so you can go golfing."
I know what you mean, I live in NY and can't wait. I would play if it would just get into the 40's, but mother nature is not cooperating.
Well, here in MT at least I can get out and play winter golf on the public courses...They open it to walking only and what they do is reverse the holes...Tee off beside the greens and make the tee boxs the greens!! hey its something to keep the swing going!
More snow here in southeastern Massachusetts - I thought the groundhog said it was going an early spring!
I hear ya. I was lucky enough to squeeze in a round in Florida and California when I was there for work, but now I'm back in Boston dreaming about sun soaked fairways. Here's to spring!
I even bought some new 913's and put tape on the face to hit into a net. I want good balls and springtime to come fast. New England weather is not letting go.
I played the front nine at Blissful Meadows in Uxbridge, MA on Sunday, and 18 holes in Cranston, RI on Monday. It was a bit chilly, but not too bad over all. Wow, my game is a bit rough though. My irons were solid, my woods were inconsistant but playable, and my pitches were off on distance either short or, most often, too long. My putting I couldn't say was bad. The greens were choppy, and I had the lines, but I was either leaving them short or lipping them out.