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RE: Golf Talk - 8/24/2018 10:15:24 AM   
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RE: Golf Talk - 8/24/2018 10:59:11 AM   
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RE: Golf Talk - 8/24/2018 11:22:46 AM   
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bsting ...it was actually FIGJAM as in

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Yep F--- I'm Good....

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/26/2018 10:34:27 PM   
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Today was the 2018 Cragun's Club Championship. We played Bobby's course today. I played in the "First Flight" as usual. There is a Championship Flight for the near scratch golfers that is 2 days, gross scores only, from the Blues. First flight has Gross and Net, 1 day from the Whites. I played well for the most part, 3 over through 12. Took a +5, 9 on 13 and a triple bogey on 4. Then finished the last 4 holes one over. Without the 2 hole blow up I'd have had a chance to win the Gross for my flight, but the winner shot a 77, which I don't think I've ever done on that course. ( I do have a 76 on the Dutch course several years ago but Bobby's is a par 73 so 77 is pretty strong. I did win Low Net!

Anyway the real story today was my daughter. She was in the Jr. Girl Division again which she won last year. Unfortunately she was the only one who signed up, so she automatically won. However, she did shoot a personal best 96, 1st time braking 100 at Cragun's, and got her first ever Eagle. She pitched in from 30 yards or so on #16 Bobby's. She did this with new clubs that she got Wednesday, 2nd round out with one trip to the driving range Wednesday. Nice accomplishment for her.

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/27/2018 7:44:42 AM   
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Awesome bsting ... congrats to you and your daughter!
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RE: Golf Talk - 8/27/2018 8:25:17 AM   
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Today was the 2018 Cragun's Club Championship. We played Bobby's course today. I played in the "First Flight" as usual. There is a Championship Flight for the near scratch golfers that is 2 days, gross scores only, from the Blues. First flight has Gross and Net, 1 day from the Whites. I played well for the most part, 3 over through 12. Took a +5, 9 on 13 and a triple bogey on 4. Then finished the last 4 holes one over. Without the 2 hole blow up I'd have had a chance to win the Gross for my flight, but the winner shot a 77, which I don't think I've ever done on that course. ( I do have a 76 on the Dutch course several years ago but Bobby's is a par 73 so 77 is pretty strong. I did win Low Net!

Anyway the real story today was my daughter. She was in the Jr. Girl Division again which she won last year. Unfortunately she was the only one who signed up, so she automatically won. However, she did shoot a personal best 96, 1st time braking 100 at Cragun's, and got her first ever Eagle. She pitched in from 30 yards or so on #16 Bobby's. She did this with new clubs that she got Wednesday, 2nd round out with one trip to the driving range Wednesday. Nice accomplishment for her.


Stinger---what do you think of the new rave to get fitted? Did you spend big bucks on a fitting and clubs?

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/27/2018 9:08:37 AM   
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ORIGINAL: bstinger

Today was the 2018 Cragun's Club Championship. We played Bobby's course today. I played in the "First Flight" as usual. There is a Championship Flight for the near scratch golfers that is 2 days, gross scores only, from the Blues. First flight has Gross and Net, 1 day from the Whites. I played well for the most part, 3 over through 12. Took a +5, 9 on 13 and a triple bogey on 4. Then finished the last 4 holes one over. Without the 2 hole blow up I'd have had a chance to win the Gross for my flight, but the winner shot a 77, which I don't think I've ever done on that course. ( I do have a 76 on the Dutch course several years ago but Bobby's is a par 73 so 77 is pretty strong. I did win Low Net!

Anyway the real story today was my daughter. She was in the Jr. Girl Division again which she won last year. Unfortunately she was the only one who signed up, so she automatically won. However, she did shoot a personal best 96, 1st time braking 100 at Cragun's, and got her first ever Eagle. She pitched in from 30 yards or so on #16 Bobby's. She did this with new clubs that she got Wednesday, 2nd round out with one trip to the driving range Wednesday. Nice accomplishment for her.


Stinger---what do you think of the new rave to get fitted? Did you spend big bucks on a fitting and clubs?

Yes I did. $$$ If you are average height, average swing speed it probably doesn't matter a whole lot. Brie is a little short so off the rack clubs wouldn't work as well. With our pro the fitting was free if we bought through him. He charged the standard price you'd see on Callaway's web-site. It was nice to see her hit them ahead of time and compare the stats from her current clubs to the new ones. About 20 yds per club difference, a little more with the driver. We also got to find the right mix of fairway woods and hybrids to cover the distances. She hit a 4 wood really well and went with that over a 3 wood for example.

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/27/2018 9:37:02 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: bstinger

quote:

ORIGINAL: Phil Riewer

quote:

ORIGINAL: bstinger

Today was the 2018 Cragun's Club Championship. We played Bobby's course today. I played in the "First Flight" as usual. There is a Championship Flight for the near scratch golfers that is 2 days, gross scores only, from the Blues. First flight has Gross and Net, 1 day from the Whites. I played well for the most part, 3 over through 12. Took a +5, 9 on 13 and a triple bogey on 4. Then finished the last 4 holes one over. Without the 2 hole blow up I'd have had a chance to win the Gross for my flight, but the winner shot a 77, which I don't think I've ever done on that course. ( I do have a 76 on the Dutch course several years ago but Bobby's is a par 73 so 77 is pretty strong. I did win Low Net!

Anyway the real story today was my daughter. She was in the Jr. Girl Division again which she won last year. Unfortunately she was the only one who signed up, so she automatically won. However, she did shoot a personal best 96, 1st time braking 100 at Cragun's, and got her first ever Eagle. She pitched in from 30 yards or so on #16 Bobby's. She did this with new clubs that she got Wednesday, 2nd round out with one trip to the driving range Wednesday. Nice accomplishment for her.


Stinger---what do you think of the new rave to get fitted? Did you spend big bucks on a fitting and clubs?

Yes I did. $$$ If you are average height, average swing speed it probably doesn't matter a whole lot. Brie is a little short so off the rack clubs wouldn't work as well. With our pro the fitting was free if we bought through him. He charged the standard price you'd see on Callaway's web-site. It was nice to see her hit them ahead of time and compare the stats from her current clubs to the new ones. About 20 yds per club difference, a little more with the driver. We also got to find the right mix of fairway woods and hybrids to cover the distances. She hit a 4 wood really well and went with that over a 3 wood for example.


Toying with the idea...struggling with club type....torn between Xstiff/Stiff.

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/27/2018 9:46:07 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Phil Riewer

quote:

ORIGINAL: bstinger

quote:

ORIGINAL: Phil Riewer

quote:

ORIGINAL: bstinger

Today was the 2018 Cragun's Club Championship. We played Bobby's course today. I played in the "First Flight" as usual. There is a Championship Flight for the near scratch golfers that is 2 days, gross scores only, from the Blues. First flight has Gross and Net, 1 day from the Whites. I played well for the most part, 3 over through 12. Took a +5, 9 on 13 and a triple bogey on 4. Then finished the last 4 holes one over. Without the 2 hole blow up I'd have had a chance to win the Gross for my flight, but the winner shot a 77, which I don't think I've ever done on that course. ( I do have a 76 on the Dutch course several years ago but Bobby's is a par 73 so 77 is pretty strong. I did win Low Net!

Anyway the real story today was my daughter. She was in the Jr. Girl Division again which she won last year. Unfortunately she was the only one who signed up, so she automatically won. However, she did shoot a personal best 96, 1st time braking 100 at Cragun's, and got her first ever Eagle. She pitched in from 30 yards or so on #16 Bobby's. She did this with new clubs that she got Wednesday, 2nd round out with one trip to the driving range Wednesday. Nice accomplishment for her.


Stinger---what do you think of the new rave to get fitted? Did you spend big bucks on a fitting and clubs?

Yes I did. $$$ If you are average height, average swing speed it probably doesn't matter a whole lot. Brie is a little short so off the rack clubs wouldn't work as well. With our pro the fitting was free if we bought through him. He charged the standard price you'd see on Callaway's web-site. It was nice to see her hit them ahead of time and compare the stats from her current clubs to the new ones. About 20 yds per club difference, a little more with the driver. We also got to find the right mix of fairway woods and hybrids to cover the distances. She hit a 4 wood really well and went with that over a 3 wood for example.


Toying with the idea...struggling with club type....torn between Xstiff/Stiff.

If you are thinking of spending big bucks on top clubs I'd recommend seeing how you hit them first. Too big of an investment not to get a test drive.

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/29/2018 10:11:30 PM   
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10th grade for Brie starts Tuesday... Summer is coming to an end. We spent the summer of her 15th year on this earth traveling around the state playing many different golf courses. We hit a different course each week all summer long. Previously she had only been on about 8 different courses in the Brainerd area. Not only did she get the experience of playing those different courses but she also drove to or from or both to each of them. (drivers permit) She broke 100 3 times, Fergus Falls, The Pines, and Cragun's Bobby's. She got her first Eagle. She broke 50 on many 9's, just about every course we went to had 1 nine in the 40's.

Today we had our last trip of the summer down to a course called The Ponds near St. Francis. I had free passes from playing in a Scramble for work early in the year at The Refuge which is nearby. They have 3 9's at the Ponds, we played the White and the Blues, the other is the Red. That is a course you need to play a few times to know what is going on. There are a lot of blind shots and wetlands that sneak out near the fairways. I shot an 80 and she had a 103. She had 2 birdies and 2 10's, but played pretty well most of the time. She is still adjusting to the longer shafts on her new clubs, and that cost her by hitting the ground first a few times. I 3 putted a bunch early but eventually settled in with 10 pars and 8 bogey's. The White tees that I played from were in horrible shape, and there were several parts of the course that were pretty soggy and a couple of greens that had large dead spots but otherwise it was a pretty good course.

This summer we played (not in order)
Blackberry Ridge-Sartell
The Territory-St. Cloud
Wapicada-Sauk Rapids
Pebble Lake- Fergus Falls
Eagle Creek-Willmar
The Pines-Nisswa
Ruttger's -Deerwood
The Vintage - Staples
Cragun's both courses- Brainerd/Baxter
Rich Springs-Cold Spring
Golden Eagle-Fifty Lakes
The Ponds - St. Francis

She also played The Classic, The Preserve, and Deacon's Lodge without me.

There is one course in the Central Lakes Conference we didn't get to, Alexandria Country Club. I saved that for last primarily because they don't offer any discounts that I've found anywhere, and they charge the same rate for the weekends as they do during the week. We might try to hit it some Sunday before the weather turns bad.

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/30/2018 9:13:41 AM   
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ORIGINAL: bstinger

10th grade for Brie starts Tuesday... Summer is coming to an end. We spent the summer of her 15th year on this earth traveling around the state playing many different golf courses. We hit a different course each week all summer long. Previously she had only been on about 8 different courses in the Brainerd area. Not only did she get the experience of playing those different courses but she also drove to or from or both to each of them. (drivers permit) She broke 100 3 times, Fergus Falls, The Pines, and Cragun's Bobby's. She got her first Eagle. She broke 50 on many 9's, just about every course we went to had 1 nine in the 40's.

Today we had our last trip of the summer down to a course called The Ponds near St. Francis. I had free passes from playing in a Scramble for work early in the year at The Refuge which is nearby. They have 3 9's at the Ponds, we played the White and the Blues, the other is the Red. That is a course you need to play a few times to know what is going on. There are a lot of blind shots and wetlands that sneak out near the fairways. I shot an 80 and she had a 103. She had 2 birdies and 2 10's, but played pretty well most of the time. She is still adjusting to the longer shafts on her new clubs, and that cost her by hitting the ground first a few times. I 3 putted a bunch early but eventually settled in with 10 pars and 8 bogey's. The White tees that I played from were in horrible shape, and there were several parts of the course that were pretty soggy and a couple of greens that had large dead spots but otherwise it was a pretty good course.

This summer we played (not in order)
Blackberry Ridge-Sartell
The Territory-St. Cloud
Wapicada-Sauk Rapids
Pebble Lake- Fergus Falls
Eagle Creek-Willmar
The Pines-Nisswa
Ruttger's -Deerwood
The Vintage - Staples
Cragun's both courses- Brainerd/Baxter
Rich Springs-Cold Spring
Golden Eagle-Fifty Lakes
The Ponds - St. Francis

She also played The Classic, The Preserve, and Deacon's Lodge without me.

There is one course in the Central Lakes Conference we didn't get to, Alexandria Country Club. I saved that for last primarily because they don't offer any discounts that I've found anywhere, and they charge the same rate for the weekends as they do during the week. We might try to hit it some Sunday before the weather turns bad.

Has she played Eagle's Landing, Little Falls Country Club or Atikwa in Alexandria?

I've still never played LF. And probably never will. Haven't played at all in several years. When I do play, it's Eagle's Landing. The back 9 is very forgiving of a slice.

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/30/2018 9:23:12 AM   
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ORIGINAL: bstinger

10th grade for Brie starts Tuesday... Summer is coming to an end. We spent the summer of her 15th year on this earth traveling around the state playing many different golf courses. We hit a different course each week all summer long. Previously she had only been on about 8 different courses in the Brainerd area. Not only did she get the experience of playing those different courses but she also drove to or from or both to each of them. (drivers permit) She broke 100 3 times, Fergus Falls, The Pines, and Cragun's Bobby's. She got her first Eagle. She broke 50 on many 9's, just about every course we went to had 1 nine in the 40's.

Today we had our last trip of the summer down to a course called The Ponds near St. Francis. I had free passes from playing in a Scramble for work early in the year at The Refuge which is nearby. They have 3 9's at the Ponds, we played the White and the Blues, the other is the Red. That is a course you need to play a few times to know what is going on. There are a lot of blind shots and wetlands that sneak out near the fairways. I shot an 80 and she had a 103. She had 2 birdies and 2 10's, but played pretty well most of the time. She is still adjusting to the longer shafts on her new clubs, and that cost her by hitting the ground first a few times. I 3 putted a bunch early but eventually settled in with 10 pars and 8 bogey's. The White tees that I played from were in horrible shape, and there were several parts of the course that were pretty soggy and a couple of greens that had large dead spots but otherwise it was a pretty good course.

This summer we played (not in order)
Blackberry Ridge-Sartell
The Territory-St. Cloud
Wapicada-Sauk Rapids
Pebble Lake- Fergus Falls
Eagle Creek-Willmar
The Pines-Nisswa
Ruttger's -Deerwood
The Vintage - Staples
Cragun's both courses- Brainerd/Baxter
Rich Springs-Cold Spring
Golden Eagle-Fifty Lakes
The Ponds - St. Francis

She also played The Classic, The Preserve, and Deacon's Lodge without me.

There is one course in the Central Lakes Conference we didn't get to, Alexandria Country Club. I saved that for last primarily because they don't offer any discounts that I've found anywhere, and they charge the same rate for the weekends as they do during the week. We might try to hit it some Sunday before the weather turns bad.


Stinger if you end up by Park Rapids you need to play BlueBerry Pines (between Menagha & Park Rapids) & Headwaters (Park Rapids). Very challenging courses---Blueberry has some very tight fairways and tons of Pines. Headwaters has some of the fastest greens.

Also Perham (my home course) has a nice mix as it has 3 different 9s.

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/30/2018 2:12:54 PM   
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ORIGINAL: bstinger

10th grade for Brie starts Tuesday... Summer is coming to an end. We spent the summer of her 15th year on this earth traveling around the state playing many different golf courses. We hit a different course each week all summer long. Previously she had only been on about 8 different courses in the Brainerd area. Not only did she get the experience of playing those different courses but she also drove to or from or both to each of them. (drivers permit) She broke 100 3 times, Fergus Falls, The Pines, and Cragun's Bobby's. She got her first Eagle. She broke 50 on many 9's, just about every course we went to had 1 nine in the 40's.

Today we had our last trip of the summer down to a course called The Ponds near St. Francis. I had free passes from playing in a Scramble for work early in the year at The Refuge which is nearby. They have 3 9's at the Ponds, we played the White and the Blues, the other is the Red. That is a course you need to play a few times to know what is going on. There are a lot of blind shots and wetlands that sneak out near the fairways. I shot an 80 and she had a 103. She had 2 birdies and 2 10's, but played pretty well most of the time. She is still adjusting to the longer shafts on her new clubs, and that cost her by hitting the ground first a few times. I 3 putted a bunch early but eventually settled in with 10 pars and 8 bogey's. The White tees that I played from were in horrible shape, and there were several parts of the course that were pretty soggy and a couple of greens that had large dead spots but otherwise it was a pretty good course.

This summer we played (not in order)
Blackberry Ridge-Sartell
The Territory-St. Cloud
Wapicada-Sauk Rapids
Pebble Lake- Fergus Falls
Eagle Creek-Willmar
The Pines-Nisswa
Ruttger's -Deerwood
The Vintage - Staples
Cragun's both courses- Brainerd/Baxter
Rich Springs-Cold Spring
Golden Eagle-Fifty Lakes
The Ponds - St. Francis

She also played The Classic, The Preserve, and Deacon's Lodge without me.

There is one course in the Central Lakes Conference we didn't get to, Alexandria Country Club. I saved that for last primarily because they don't offer any discounts that I've found anywhere, and they charge the same rate for the weekends as they do during the week. We might try to hit it some Sunday before the weather turns bad.

Has she played Eagle's Landing, Little Falls Country Club or Atikwa in Alexandria?

I've still never played LF. And probably never will. Haven't played at all in several years. When I do play, it's Eagle's Landing. The back 9 is very forgiving of a slice.

No we haven't been to those. We should hit Eagle's Landing someday, we drove by it to many of the courses we went to and always joked about squeezing in a quick 9. If you want to correct a slice try to wing inside out and you'll either straighten it out or start getting a draw.

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/30/2018 2:16:51 PM   
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We did play Headwaters last year. They had something weird going on with a couple of temporary holes on the back 9.

I meant to mention that none of the courses we traveled to were as nice as Cragun's or Pines. We are lucky to have such nice tracks in our area.

Also, Willmar had the cutest cart girl, by far...

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/30/2018 2:46:45 PM   
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We did play Headwaters last year. They had something weird going on with a couple of temporary holes on the back 9.

I meant to mention that none of the courses we traveled to were as nice as Cragun's or Pines. We are lucky to have such nice tracks in our area.

Also, Willmar had the cutest cart girl, by far...

You should try Little Crow between New London and Spicer. They just built a brand new clubhouse and fancy hotel on the grounds. I played the course once several years ago, and it was very nice. It's about 2 miles from our cabin.

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RE: Golf Talk - 8/31/2018 8:13:55 AM   
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We did play Headwaters last year. They had something weird going on with a couple of temporary holes on the back 9.
I meant to mention that none of the courses we traveled to were as nice as Cragun's or Pines. We are lucky to have such nice tracks in our area.
Also, Willmar had the cutest cart girl, by far...


Yes all of those fairways are like carpet....very remarkable. If you want to show your daughter a True Links course in the area----Wildflower. Usually late September/Early October all it costs is a donation (Canned Good) and maybe $20. So wide open and wild grasses everywhere----British Open/Open Championship feel.

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RE: Golf Talk - 10/17/2018 3:32:13 PM   
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Sweeney is technologically challenged.

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RE: Golf Talk - 10/17/2018 3:33:29 PM   
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No, I went to the other sports thread and I could only see MMA and Boxing

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RE: Golf Talk - 10/17/2018 3:34:50 PM   
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No, I went to the other sports thread and I could only see MMA and Boxing

I'd tell you the secret, but it's so simple that you'd look silly. I'll spare you.

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RE: Golf Talk - 10/17/2018 3:37:10 PM   
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PM it too me.

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