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Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Heresy! How can such a venerable club do that? Himself, Christy O'Connor Sr., must be contemplating suicide.
03/05/07 @ 14:14
Comment from: Lester Hinson [Visitor]
If they helped your game so much, BTuck, how come you shot a 115?
03/06/07 @ 06:21
Comment from: TopDrawer [Visitor] Email
Portmarnock uses this system to help fairways recover over the winter months(usually dec - feb) - simply means you can drop your ball off the fairway onto the first cut of the rough if you wish - alternatively you can play off the fairway albeit off a supplied mat. It's a reasonable compromise, fairways get some respite, although not for club competitions, and golfers as you say get a good view of the hole layout.
08/09/07 @ 07:17
Comment from: TopDrawer [Visitor] Email
Portmarnock uses this system to help fairways recover over the winter months(usually dec - feb) - simply means you can drop your ball off the fairway onto the first cut of the rough if you wish - alternatively you can play off the fairway albeit off a supplied mat. It's a reasonable compromise, fairways get some respite, although not for club competitions, and golfers as you say get a good view of the hole layout.
08/09/07 @ 07:20

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