class of 69 eh? Castaways was probably in business back then or even the White Cottage or Madison Bar & Gril? Get ahold of me via www.floydeye.com or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll send you my # so we can play a round or two & visit if time allows it.
Thanks for the friend invite.
That article in FDM is beautiful. Everyone is stolked to is our small remote and primative spot on the planet out there for all to see.
This year we stayed in Mackenzie all weekend. Save you ones all year and come join us next year. It's one of the least expensive vacations out there.
I suppose so but it seems a bit thin. I mean you are free to make it any size you want. But with the bunkajin the sweet spot is close to the same as a mack III or so. If you can afford it you should try larger and even copper. Copper sounds sweet like a giant chime.
Hey tick, it is Nick K from league here in Eau Claire. It's good to see you got TnT up and running on-line. Is that info for the spring fling this year I assume, and when are we getting some info on tower ridge open? Also if u guys need any help with basket install let me know what the work day's will be and I will try and help out. 715-797-4288
Nice to meet you...
The Basket in the tree is actually the 1986 WDGC's home course Lucky 8/ Crazy 8 Johnny Sias' home course....It is really Challenging makes your game seem like it dont exist...good practice
Flatrocks is becoming a really great course and thinking about alt. pin placements...check out events coming up in my group LDGA try to make it!
A happy new year. (新年あけましておめでとうございます)
My friend participated in 2007,2008 and the world championship. (His name is Chari. )
Kimball Pines is a course with memories for me. (Hahahaha)
To adjust that experience in a good direction, it practices.
We wish to express our gratitude for your consideration.
I got to know you with International Grandmasters Club.
It is thought that it will increase in the future because there are not still a lot of grand master sections in Japan.
Next year must be a good year for you.
Howdy, Tick, I took your advice and tossed 3.5 rounds of 9 at the BEP the other day ... ALL LEFTY! I'm now 8 weeks post surgery on my shoulder, so I may debut in advanced grandmasters this year as a southpaw.
Not sure where I found you. I have been spending some time viewing different clubs trying to build a network of friends from different parts of the country. Next time you get this way, plan to spend a day here at the lodge.