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    TalartTalart
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    Dear Readers, has taken some time to get in here and begin the latest record of my golfing exploits.During March doing limited practise keeping the game tuned up. Which worked on the last weekend of golf possible prior the lock down. That Sunday was first qualifying for club championship. Was in reigning club champion’s group and finished the day with one stroke more than him. Have not seen final tally for the day will say I am either 2nd or 4th best qualifier in A grade.

    Not a bad round an out of bounds, ball in lateral water hazard and one missed putt for par added 3 shots too many, to my score 80 off the stick. Good enough to guarantee a finals slot in the match play when that comes about later in 2020.

    Since the lock down our course has been closed to all but members and playing in groups of 2 max and one per cart. The members were the busiest I had seen on the course for years in the height of lock down. Golfing was a place to get outdoors and even socialise across the fairways. It is usually myself being the greatest practice junkie at the club during a week yet for once the other members were out. Which will deliver some very good scores in the return to competition among several I am sure.

    #11343
    MadamMadam
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    Dear Readers, has taken some time to get in here and begin the latest record of my golfing exploits.During March doing limited practise keeping the game tuned up. Which worked on the last weekend of golf possible prior the lock down. That Sunday was first qualifying for club championship. Was in reigning club champion’s group and finished the day with one stroke more than him. Have not seen final tally for the day will say I am either 2nd or 4th best qualifier in A grade.

    Not a bad round an out of bounds, ball in lateral water hazard and one missed putt for par added 3 shots too many, to my score 80 off the stick. Good enough to guarantee a finals slot in the match play when that comes about later in 2020.

    Since the lock down our course has been closed to all but members and playing in groups of 2 max and one per cart. The members were the busiest I had seen on the course for years in the height of lock down. Golfing was a place to get outdoors and even socialise across the fairways. It is usually myself being the greatest practice junkie at the club during a week yet for once the other members were out. Which will deliver some very good scores in the return to competition among several I am sure.

    welcome!

    #11764
    Avatarxrman
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    Gee Talart, it must have been a tough lock down having to only stick to playing the Robe course!
    We poor Victorians were protected from harm on the fairways by our Illustrious Leader. Thank heavens for Dan’s foresight.
    Still many of us resorted to playing in paddocks, for exercise purposes only, of course. I’d love to pop over to Robe for a few days, but it seems State Premiers are hell bent on sending our country broke with prolonged border closures.

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    #12401
    iRON MiCKiRON MiCK
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    Hi Talart, hope your exercise regime is keeping you fit.

    NAGA

    #12406
    Avatarxrman
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    Are the front 9 fairways at Robe still above the water line Talart?

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