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Old 08-21-2019, 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Countchunkula View Post
If the footing is bad, then it changes the way I play off the tee. It limits the reasonable options and reduces the fun. If I can see a line to the pin on a tricky hole, but don't think it's worth the risk solely due to the footing, it limits the fun.

I'm not opposed to surfaces other than the almighty concrete. As long as the tee is basically level, reasonably sized, has sufficient traction when dry, and isn't placed in a location that always collects water; I'm fine with it.
I have to agree with this.

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