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Comment from: Eye On Golf [Visitor]
Well now, golf in the spring in MB. Although the Chamber of Commerce says the weather will be wonderful, you're better of making a wager in Las Vegas. And what, the MB golf promoters wouldn't raincheck you or refund that round? That's part of the reason so many courses are closing in MB. This attitude toward golf is part of the reason the town couldn't keep an LPGA or Champions Tour event.
2006-03-17 @ 08:28
Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Visitor]
As far as the raincheck, we took a golf package well in advance. As long as the golf course was open and people were playing there, no refunds were to be given.

And, with over 100 golf courses in MB, the powers that be are going to have to do something to attract players or courses are going to close. Condos are where the $$$ are nowadays. Make way for the bulldozers...
2006-03-19 @ 11:12
Comment from: Spencer Hux [Visitor]
You should read "Zen Golf" by Josesph Parent. It will help you with your goal this season.
2006-03-25 @ 21:14
Comment from: dave [Visitor]
I am back at golf after a 5 to 6 year layoff. I am now playing happy and enjoying the game too. Before it was different and it did not work so I quit; this time I will continue no matter because I enjoy being out there. I took a friend out yesterday who was ready to give it up, by the end of the game she was hitting 60% better and is going to keep playing.
2006-04-05 @ 17:14
Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Visitor]
It sounds like such a simple concept but in order to be successful at it you can't let the game get to you.

Golf is a game of recovery. It's all in the realization that from a bad shot you can always score.

I'm glad you decided to play golf again and I'm glad your female friend has decided to continue playing. We need more women out there on the course!!

Keep smilin'...and enjoy the scenery!
2006-04-05 @ 18:28

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