>You never hear RSGers braggin on their sand game.
>Except me, of course.
I stopped by the course at lunch today and practiced putting for awhile. We
have a nice practice green. It's shaped like a large L with lots of slope on
parts of it. It would make a "great" area for practicing the types of chips I
find myself with on the course. But there's that big sign saying "No Chipping."
We do, however, have a flat, small, perfectly circular green for chipping.
Before the course renovations, we had a nice practice bunker but not very many
bunkers on the course. They added lots of bunkers to the course, but they took
out the practice bunker when they enlarged the practice tee. So I tend to
struggle when I find myself in sand. Guess I need to take my shag bag to the
beach. Meanwhile the course manager is happy because people are paying for
those buckets of balls--no revenue stream for short game practice. Arrrggghhhh!
Dave Clary/Corpus Christi, Tx
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