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    Golf is back ---yaaaaaay!

    Thank goodness!
    0730 tee tomorrow morning...the first round for too long. Pairs or singles only and properly organised with a starter all day. The tee sheets are full,the weather forecast is favourable and I've found my shoes. Can't wait
    (mind you, the pro did mention that me and my mate are the first two away tomorrow ....so no pressure...)

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    Hopefully that means the disc golf courses will be opening up again, for those of who want to have actual fun :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by village View Post
    Thank goodness!
    0730 tee tomorrow morning...the first round for too long. Pairs or singles only and properly organised with a starter all day. The tee sheets are full,the weather forecast is favourable and I've found my shoes. Can't wait
    (mind you, the pro did mention that me and my mate are the first two away tomorrow ....so no pressure...)
    Haha - my clubs booking system keeps crashing so I think Iíll be playing on Thursday evening rather than tmw. Canít wait though!

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    A good walk ruined!

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    Iím still working but have a 5.20 tee time for Thursday (we only reopen Thursday for some reason with 9 holes only for now).

    I was lucky enough to be in Marrakech at the beginning of March with my clubs and only played one round despite plenty of opportunities to play more. Hindsight is such a wonderful thing.

    Still, with everything going we should consider ourselves hugely fortunate. I certainly am.

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    Tee time for missus and me booked at our club for 16:30 tomorrow


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    The local public one near me is staying shut for now - apparently staffing issues. Fingers crossed sorted soon. Enjoy your rounds over the coming days chaps!

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    Playing tomorrow 12.10

    Two balls and members only (The Pro shop isn't open to take green fees).

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    I was a bit late off the mark and didnít get a tee time until Friday 15.50, but do have another one for 11.10 on Monday. We can only book 7 days in advance so I will have to wait until tomorrow to get a Wednesday slot. I cannot wait

    Ref the website crashing, it seems that IG provide the hosting service for many clubs and it was this that struggled under the traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyg View Post
    I was a bit late off the mark and didnít get a tee time until Friday 15.50, but do have another one for 11.10 on Monday. We can only book 7 days in advance so I will have to wait until tomorrow to get a Wednesday slot. I cannot wait

    Ref the website crashing, it seems that IG provide the hosting service for many clubs and it was this that struggled under the traffic.
    My normal playing partner is a bit of an IT guru and has been helping the (quite small members) club get the online booking system set up, despite the huge demand he somehow manged to get us a slot tomorrow

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    Maybe I'm not as keen as you guys, but I just feel like all the restrictions and booking requirements suck all the enjoyment out of it for me. Doubt I'll bother at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdh1 View Post
    Maybe I'm not as keen as you guys, but I just feel like all the restrictions and booking requirements suck all the enjoyment out of it for me. Doubt I'll bother at the moment.
    I paid my subs on the 1st April and haven't hit a ball yet, can't wait

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    Nice for golfers that they can play again, but there are plenty of us with other pastimes, seemingly as safe, who aren't able to enjoy them, so maybe try and sound a little less smug that you're granted exceptions to the rules the rest of us have to live by at the moment.

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    Gutted by this

    Live next to a golf course and it's been lovely during shutdown, walks with the dogs, let the kids have a run around, play in the 'sand pits', even had a game of kwik cricket and a picnic with the kids on VE day

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowman View Post
    Nice for golfers that they can play again, but there are plenty of us with other pastimes, seemingly as safe, who aren't able to enjoy them, so maybe try and sound a little less smug that you're granted exceptions to the rules the rest of us have to live by at the moment.

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    oh come on that's a bit harsh and sounds somewhat bitter, lockdown is tough on all, you haven't mentioned what your pastime of choice is, could be a swingers club where social distancing makes it difficult to partake , what ever your poison, i think we should focus on the positives, starting to try and return to normal (what ever that is) is a good thing, but done in a measured and responsible way, sadly means not everything and everyone's life goes back to normal day one.

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    Might head to the coast for round of crazy golf.

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    Always a risk that it might sound bitter, which is why I started with a positive, but, while I can see why Golfers will be pleased to be able to partake of their pastime, most others can't, so a bit of consideration for non Golfers wouldn't hurt...

    Golf, like Football, seems to be something that fans fail to comprehend that not everyone loves.

    I don't begrudge Golfers a game, but do wonder why they've been granted special dispensation, while the government are still telling us we can't visit family in their gardens...

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowman View Post
    Nice for golfers that they can play again, but there are plenty of us with other pastimes, seemingly as safe, who aren't able to enjoy them, so maybe try and sound a little less smug that you're granted exceptions to the rules the rest of us have to live by at the moment.

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    Crikey. I donít think anyone has been smug, just excited at a bit of good news for once.

    I hope youíre able to pursue your hobbies again soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peck View Post
    Crikey. I donít think anyone has been smug, just excited at a bit of good news for once.

    I hope youíre able to pursue your hobbies again soon
    Thanks.

    Smug was too strong, I agree.

    Maybe 'moderate your enthusiasm, in consideration of those less fortunate' would be better wording.

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    I had 0800hrs tee off booked for Monday as advised to do by our club, expecting it to be open. Then on Sunday they announced we would have to wait until Wednesday.....but today Iím in work until 1800hrs 😏

    Luckily I donít have to wait too long though, tee time booked for tomorrow! Never been so excited for a friendly knock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowman View Post
    Always a risk that it might sound bitter, which is why I started with a positive, but, while I can see why Golfers will be pleased to be able to partake of their pastime, most others can't, so a bit of consideration for non Golfers wouldn't hurt...

    Golf, like Football, seems to be something that fans fail to comprehend that not everyone loves.

    I don't begrudge Golfers a game, but do wonder why they've been granted special dispensation, while the government are still telling us we can't visit family in their gardens...

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    Haha - Ďfail you comprehend that not everyone lovesí!? I spend most days being mocked for my love of the game by all and sundry. Funny.

    Genuinely sorry this thread has hurt your feelings. But given the title it probably would have been sensible to ignore it and move on frankly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peck View Post
    Haha - ‘fail you comprehend that not everyone loves’!? I spend most days being mocked for my love of the game by all and sundry. Funny.

    Genuinely sorry this thread has hurt your feelings. But given the title it probably would have been sensible to ignore it and move on frankly!
    I'm surprised at that.

    Everytime I've ever looked at a car, the salesman has felt it essential to tell me how many sets of golf clubs I could get in the boot and I've lost track of the number of pitying/dismissive looks I've got at work over many years when I've admitted I don't play.

    I guess I'm just feeling a bit grumpy right now and this was the thing that set me off this morning.

    I truly hope those playing have a good time, but spare a thought for the less fortunate...

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowman View Post
    Always a risk that it might sound bitter, which is why I started with a positive, but, while I can see why Golfers will be pleased to be able to partake of their pastime, most others can't, so a bit of consideration for non Golfers wouldn't hurt...

    Golf, like Football, seems to be something that fans fail to comprehend that not everyone loves.

    I don't begrudge Golfers a game, but do wonder why they've been granted special dispensation, while the government are still telling us we can't visit family in their gardens...

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    get your point, don't think anyone here is gloating just pleased they can get out of the house and do something they enjoy. Whatever your pastime is i hope that comes back on line soon as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdh1 View Post
    Maybe I'm not as keen as you guys, but I just feel like all the restrictions and booking requirements suck all the enjoyment out of it for me. Doubt I'll bother at the moment.

    I hear what you are saying. I enjoy our ďRoll upĒ events. You play as a 4 ball, and you donít even know your partner before the draw. Followed by a bit of banter in the clubhouse with tea and cake.

    Currently we cannot even use the range, practice area or putting green without pre booking

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowman View Post
    I'm surprised at that.

    Everytime I've ever looked at a car, the salesman has felt it essential to tell me how many sets of golf clubs I could get in the boot and I've lost track of the number of pitying/dismissive looks I've got at work over many years when I've admitted I don't play.

    I guess I'm just feeling a bit grumpy right now and this was the thing that set me off this morning.

    I truly hope those playing have a good time, but spare a thought for the less fortunate...

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    Walking round a field for 3.5 hours with one person who isnít a member of your household. Anyone can do it now including you - youíre no less fortunate. Throw some money down the drain, carry a bag and get frustrated every 10 minutes for the full experience.

    I honestly donít understand your posts on this thread. I would be delighted as ANYTHING is reopened for people to enjoy after the last 8 weeks, whether it involves me or not. Meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peck View Post
    I honestly don’t understand your posts on this thread. I would be delighted as ANYTHING is reopened for people to enjoy after the last 8 weeks, whether it involves me or not. Meh
    No, well, you don't need to (not entirely sure why it's annoyed me so much, to be 100% honest - I could try to explain it, but it would probably annoy people).

    Should I have just passed the thread by? Almost certainly, but there was something in the 'yaaaaay!' that irritated me, combined with the TV news being so excited about it - It happens to us all, I'm sure...

    As I said earlier, I'm just a bit grumpy today and this set me off - Enjoy your game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowman View Post
    No, well, you don't need to (not entirely sure why it's annoyed me so much, to be 100% honest - I could try to explain it, but it would probably annoy people).

    As I said earlier, I'm just a bit grumpy today and this set me off - Enjoy your game.

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    Fair enough. Maybe take up tennis?

    Enjoy your day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peck View Post
    Fair enough. Maybe take up tennis?

    Enjoy your day
    Yeah, my wife mentioned that's allowed too - Would appeal to me more, but I know from trying a few year ago that my knee wouldn't appreciate it

    I suspect, though, if the TV news and thread had been about Tennis, I might have posted something very similar (although not about car boot sizes!) ...

    I guess it's inevitable that this 'baby steps' approach will start to splinter the "We're all in it together" aspect as some remain in 'it' and others don't (whether that be work, socialising or pastimes)

    Anyway, LAST POST on this subject from me - If you are playing Golf or Tennis, have fun - I'm working today, so couldn't do either if I wanted to.

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    Booked for this afternoon, Saturday, Sunday & next Tuesday :-) Only reason it's not more is they won't allow bookings more than 6 days in advance!

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    Booked for this afternoon, Saturday, Sunday & next Tuesday :-) Only reason it's not more is they won't allow bookings more than 6 days in advance!
    Youíre lucky, weíre only 2 days in advance.

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    Canít wait to get out! Playing Friday and Sunday! Havenít swung a club for 10 weeks! Now where did I put that 7 handicap.... not sure I will be seeing that for a while!! 😂😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevvy View Post
    Youíre lucky, weíre only 2 days in advance.
    Weíre one day in advance! And max three rounds per week for 7 day members (understandable in the circumstances). Fastest finger first at midday 😳

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    Golf is back ---yaaaaaay!

    Well I really enjoyed my round this morning ....didn't play great but that was to be expected!



    @ snowman......wtf?? If you hate golf so much and feel so strongly about some people discussing the pastime they enjoy why on earth visit the thread? And why post so much venom so many times?
    All that has happened is that you have come across as a miserable killjoy with nothing better to do than thread spoil. I suggest you take a minute to think about that.

    Ps yaaaaaaayyyyyyy!!!!!!

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    I have no interest in golf, but pleased you can all partake again. I've been lucky that all of my pastimes have remained doable, apart from propping up public bars! Serious question re golf. I read that in order to maintain hygiene the flag would remain untouched in the hole when putting. What would happen if the ball was clearly going in but deflected off the pole?

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    Quote Originally Posted by magirus View Post
    I have no interest in golf, but pleased you can all partake again. I've been lucky that all of my pastimes have remained doable, apart from propping up public bars! Serious question re golf. I read that in order to maintain hygiene the flag would remain untouched in the hole when putting. What would happen if the ball was clearly going in but deflected off the pole?
    You can play with the flag in or out prior to all of this. Sometimes the flag helps the ball go in, sometimes it bounces out...if it's kept the ball out it's unlucky and you play your next shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by magirus View Post
    I have no interest in golf, but pleased you can all partake again. I've been lucky that all of my pastimes have remained doable, apart from propping up public bars! Serious question re golf. I read that in order to maintain hygiene the flag would remain untouched in the hole when putting. What would happen if the ball was clearly going in but deflected off the pole?
    I don't think anyone would be too picky about that at the moment. I suspect most courses will have some sort of arrangement about flags. We are not supposed to touch the flags and each one has a high tech piece of foam around the bottom of the flag pole so that the ball just drops about a cm or two into the new, shallow hole. Seemed to work well today.

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    Thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magirus View Post
    I have no interest in golf, but pleased you can all partake again. I've been lucky that all of my pastimes have remained doable, apart from propping up public bars! Serious question re golf. I read that in order to maintain hygiene the flag would remain untouched in the hole when putting. What would happen if the ball was clearly going in but deflected off the pole?
    Our rule is if it hits the flag it's deemed to have been holed. While all this business is going on we're playing social golf anyway so it's not important, now if it were the Saturday roll up & there's 20p on it if your putting for a birdie that's a different story!

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    At our club today there were no holes cut in the greens.
    The flags were on a raised pad the size of the hole and about 1.5" high.
    If the ball hit the 'hole' and wasn't deflected more than a putter length away it was deemed to be holed.
    No one had any reason to touch the flagstick or put their hand in a hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    At our club today there were no holes cut in the greens.
    The flags were on a raised pad the size of the hole and about 1.5" high.
    If the ball hit the 'hole' and wasn't deflected more than a putter length away it was deemed to be holed.
    No one had any reason to touch the flagstick or put their hand in a hole.
    Now that is a clever idea for the present situation, well done to your club and the person who thought of it

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    Alright for some 😂😂
    Come on Nicola we need the green light for Scotland 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by village View Post
    Well I really enjoyed my round this morning ....didn't play great but that was to be expected!



    @ snowman......wtf?? If you hate golf so much and feel so strongly about some people discussing the pastime they enjoy why on earth visit the thread? And why post so much venom so many times?
    All that has happened is that you have come across as a miserable killjoy with nothing better to do than thread spoil. I suggest you take a minute to think about that.

    Ps yaaaaaaayyyyyyy!!!!!!
    Looks nice and wide, my favourite type of courses, 😂😂
    What course is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by village View Post
    Well I really enjoyed my round this morning ....didn't play great but that was to be expected!



    @ snowman......wtf?? If you hate golf so much and feel so strongly about some people discussing the pastime they enjoy why on earth visit the thread? And why post so much venom so many times?
    All that has happened is that you have come across as a miserable killjoy with nothing better to do than thread spoil. I suggest you take a minute to think about that.

    Ps yaaaaaaayyyyyyy!!!!!!
    Looks in nice condition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chukas View Post
    Alright for some 
    Come on Nicola we need the green light for Scotland 

    I am sure the R and A will be having a chat. The problem seems that because England has gone with Plan A, the SNP has to go Plan B to demonstrate their ďindependenceĒ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    At our club today there were no holes cut in the greens.
    The flags were on a raised pad the size of the hole and about 1.5" high.
    If the ball hit the 'hole' and wasn't deflected more than a putter length away it was deemed to be holed.
    No one had any reason to touch the flagstick or put their hand in a hole.

    We have holes, but the drop is only about 1Ē, hence you can pick your ball out without touching the flag or the hole, however I imagine that with the lack of competitions, there will be a lot of gimmies.

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    Golf is back ---yaaaaaay!

    Quote Originally Posted by magirus View Post
    I have no interest in golf, but pleased you can all partake again. I've been lucky that all of my pastimes have remained doable, apart from propping up public bars! Serious question re golf. I read that in order to maintain hygiene the flag would remain untouched in the hole when putting. What would happen if the ball was clearly going in but deflected off the pole?
    Bit OT but re hygiene, canít understand why tennis is allowed now or are there 2 sets of balls?

    Edit:- For golf, maybe the hole could be filled with disinfectant...
    Last edited by Kingstepper; 13th May 2020 at 17:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyg View Post
    Looks in nice condition
    Quote Originally Posted by Chukas View Post
    Looks nice and wide, my favourite type of courses, 
    What course is it?
    It is indeed in lovely condition. The ground staff have been hard at work during lockdown and the results are there to be seen. Some bunkers are not perfect but that's because it's been difficult to get some materials recently.....not that it especially matters at the moment as you can't rake a bunker and you can pick and place if required.

    Its not as wide as it looks in the picture....at least not everywhere. Plenty of ways to lose shots
    Its Boundary Lakes in Hampshire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingstepper View Post
    Bit OT but re hygiene, canít understand why tennis is allowed now or are there 2 sets of balls?

    Edit:- For golf, maybe the hole could be filled with disinfectant...
    Yes for tennis 2 sets of balls, I played today and it worked fine, no changing ends and you only serve with your balls.

    Got a tee time booked for friday looking forward to it.
    Lucky my 2 hobbies are tennis and golf just need the kids back at school to free up some more time 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by village View Post
    It is indeed in lovely condition. The ground staff have been hard at work during lockdown and the results are there to be seen. Some bunkers are not perfect but that's because it's been difficult to get some materials recently.....not that it especially matters at the moment as you can't rake a bunker and you can pick and place if required.

    Its not as wide as it looks in the picture....at least not everywhere. Plenty of ways to lose shots
    Its Boundary Lakes in Hampshire.
    Thatís not to far from me (Salisbury and South Wiltshire). We should try to set up a home/away match once all this Covid stuff is over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chukas View Post
    Alright for some 
    Come on Nicola we need the green light for Scotland 
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