Post by MountainHucker on Apr 17, 2009 21:51:49 GMT -5
This took some thought, but here goes: North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Virginia, West Virginia, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Michigan, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, California. Oh Yeah.... Colorado!!! 250 courses (and counting) - 3055 (and counting) rounds - 15 years(and counting).
mountain hucker that is impressive, I have no idea how many rounds I have played, not even a guess. I've played in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Washington, California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, North and South Dakotas, Iowa, Minnesota, and Illinois. I am looking forward to hitting some east coast courses and New Mexico and Kansas are close enough, I need to hit em up. I will be in Japan for 2 months this summer but will most likely not get to play any legitimate courses but I plan on bringing 150's with me :>) been playing for 17 years, my first tournament was the world's biggest in 1994....seems like yesterday
Post by MountainHucker on May 4, 2009 14:16:39 GMT -5
My third round ever was with Alan Beaver in Raleigh NC. He told me had kept up with every round he ever played and every score he had. He suggested that because I was just starting at the sport, it would be a good time to track my rounds. So I have ever since. My spreadsheets are ridiculous now - they include: date/course/aces/birdies/pars/bogies/Other/weather/who I played with/score/overall ratings of drives,midrange,putting for the each round. Im not sure if this is what Alan meant, but it has yielded some really cool facts for me over 14 years. My first event was 2-27-94 at Valley Springs, Durham, NC (2nd of 10 in advance). I still want to create that column that includes another country - I hope you get it dga