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  1. jenb
    07-14-2012 12:16 AM
    Towne Lake is probably one of the top 10 courses in the area. Nevertheless, it's one of my least favorite courses in the area. I've just had some unpleasant times there. It's not the course. I'm heading down to Georgetown for the Rivery Park Pro Am on Sunday, so I can't offer to join you. I hope we can play a tourney some time.
  2. RustyP
    07-12-2012 11:56 PM
    VERY good course! Not much elevation (except for 2-3 holes), but otherwise covers all the bases.

    A few tips though (probably covered in course reviews, but just in case): 1) bring a few water discs and/or a golden retriever...the creek that comes into play on many holes is pretty deep in spots and the creek walls are very tall and steep. 2) watch out for snakes in the high grass...a good friend was bitten by a copperhead a few years ago. 3) be prepared to bring your technical game...lots of woods to navigate on most holes.

    Ive only played it on weekdays, so I have no idea what the crowds are like on Saturday. Thankfully, most of the casuals/one-discers usually stick to the pitch and putt course across the highway (Alex Clark).

  3. truk
    07-01-2012 09:53 PM
    Ouch, that's a long time off too! My legs (feet/ankles especially) have always been my weak point, so I'm surprised my arm went first.

    I'm planning to get some good lower body training in during my downtime. I'll admit I've gotten really slack at walking/running beyond whatever I get on the course, and by the middle of an average 18 hole course, I'm really dragging. That does nothing to help on tee shots, and I can see how I blew out my arm trying to compensate.
  4. beasta
    05-18-2012 02:38 AM
    No problem Buddie, I'm glad I could help. I like the profile pic, looks like a fun day. My schedule for now is open for the 26th and I should be able to make it out there and I will be in contact before then. Is your ankle feeling better since we met?

    Take care.
  5. blapblapblap
    05-17-2012 12:59 PM
    Those New Balance look sweet, and I love the high-top on waterproof boots for wet rainy rounds. Thanks for the suggestion man, I always post in threads like that and then never find them again haha
  6. 77586
    05-06-2012 05:25 PM
    No, it's from the day of course location in Friendswood. It was a mud hole.
  7. mrstiggy
    05-06-2012 12:15 AM
    Congrats.... Dunno how much you know about the DFW scene, but if you got time, we should do a day at Lorch. If its limited, let me know, there are plenty of course with in 15-20 mins of irving that are worth a play.
  8. danhyzer
    05-01-2012 06:03 PM
    I'm in the just thinking stage of visiting Texas. but from what i've uncovered if I did come in for a visit is...the G.Bush intl would be cheaper for me to fly into than to fly to Austin. I really want to visit the Austin/ San Antonio areas and play all the great DGC in that area. But I need to do more research.
  9. mrstiggy
    04-03-2012 02:30 PM
    I just started playing again this season, you are always welcome to a few friendly rounds with me if you ever find yourself in Dallas.
    03-28-2012 09:50 PM

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