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Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
It sounds like you & BTuck played the course - for what I assume was the first time - by eyeballing instead of using a yardage book. Tsk, tsk. Real nice track, tho.
2007-11-13 @ 10:58
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
Favorite 18th of all time? Old Course at St. Andrews. It's only about 340 yards and you can swing for the fences because the fairway is so wide.

But I bogeyed it cuz of that dang Valley 'o Sin - ate up my pitch shot. What fun though.

2007-11-13 @ 13:17
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
If you two were on the championship tees, you got what you paid for. You're not supposed to carry the hazard if you're a mortal...I like a tough finisher with a bail-out, or an easy finisher with a hidden hazard for the over-confident.
2007-11-13 @ 13:31
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
If it's a real tough course, I think a birdie hole is in order. If not so tough, the 18th ought to be a nice risk/reward hole. Point is, I think the finish should be fun to leave a good taste in your mouth.
2007-11-14 @ 12:18

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