One of our garages no fuel this morning obviously had a delivery this afternoon. No problem with petrol in the local garage this morning, luckily as I forgot to do my usual Thursday afternoon top up but they had run out of diesel.
Yes I do and have known this for years . Sometimes the wedges in the bag get changed just because course conditions have changed.
Never particularly bothered to check a PW though, just use what came with the set.
When it comes to buying cards for the past few I have bought ex hire cars, they normally go on the market either when they reach a a certain mileage or one year old and are sold buy the original manufacturer through dealerships. Last 2 were about 60% off new price. (Last one £13k against list...
IMO Mind set is important.
If I have one stroke left on a hole to score 1 point in a stableford comp say a 30 ft putt or a greenside chip I am going to approach that shot with a totally different mind set to that of the same shot in a medal comp.
Tell the 3 players one of them needs to find a partner.
Issue a request to all members for one additional player.
Put player 3 down as a first reserve in case of a no show or someone dropping out.
Tell player 3 to play all holes and have a random draw from all the other players and that...
He can win the comp where I play but would get back less than he paid to enter as the club takes an administration fee from every comp to cover cost of engraving and trophies.
We often have just 2 ladies in the Saturday ladies comp.
Fastest fingers first where I play. Even in the shortest days in mid winter if you can get out by 12.30 pm you still have a chance of getting round. In summer the last guys who regularly play in the Saturday comp normally go out around that time.
We also have a 9 hole course an there is...
Mainly because I have enough experience to lay a club on a hard surface and form an opinion about the lie and know how to check against the strike markings on the sole.
You are right 'cost is relative'.