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I went to Holmes this evening for a quick round. Erica said that she was going to play but I rightfully doubted her. Steve also wanted to play, but with him working the graveyard it is hard for him to get out around his sleep. I can truthfully say "Been there - done that, took two pictures, don't wanna go back." So I totally sympathize with him. I only went around once for nine holes and threw a 25 for -2. I birdied 2, 5, and 6 while I bogeyed 3.

I threw a three new discs that I hadn't used on a course before. The Surge SS flies differently than I anticipated it would, but it seems consistent and I will find places to use it. I throw it side-armed and it flies hard left then flattens out and finishes with a baby hook to the right. That will come in handy somewhere! The Star Roadrunner flies much the same as the Champion Roadrunner and the new Champion Valkyrie flies just like the old Champion Valkyrie that I got it to replace. I thought the Surge would beak to the right so I used it off the tee on 3 and it broke away from the basket. I was still close enough to save par, but I hit a tree on the approach.

While leaving I ran into Steve Green and his wife Faith taking an evening constitutional. I gave them a passing "Hooty-hoo!" and will see Steve at work in the morning.

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