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    After struggling for some time this season I had a decent week. On Tuesday at Peebles GC I got 2nd place, 40 points in the Senior Trophy and on Saturday I won the monthly Medal with a 64, off 17. Life in the old dog yet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BroxburnHibee View Post
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    Played Callander yesterday. Short course but some interesting holes and found the greens tough. Course wasn't in the best nick to be honest. Clubhouse was closed too. Would play it again though.
    I'm a country member. Played a couple of weeks back and thought it was decent enough for the price. If I had one complaint it would be that there wasn't much sand in the bunkers.

    Graden work on the greens next week. And clubhouse seemingly being built in the winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
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    I'm a country member. Played a couple of weeks back and thought it was decent enough for the price. If I had one complaint it would be that there wasn't much sand in the bunkers.

    Graden work on the greens next week. And clubhouse seemingly being built in the winter.
    Yeah I'd agree about the bunkers. As a Turnhouse member I got a deal on my green fee so was great value. Like I say I enjoyed the course.

    Whats the story with the Clubhouse? Is the existing building there unusable?
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, vodka in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming, "WOO HOO what a ride!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroxburnHibee View Post
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    Yeah I'd agree about the bunkers. As a Turnhouse member I got a deal on my green fee so was great value. Like I say I enjoyed the course.

    Whats the story with the Clubhouse? Is the existing building there unusable?
    It has been sold, for a residential/holiday home.

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    First round back after (golfing) wrist injury last night. Enjoyed it and actually scored a bit better than I had been despite not feeling like playing any better! However unfortunately my wrist still isnít healed after what must be close to 6 weeks now.. thinking I must have properly damaged a very small part and itís going to take a fair bit of time to get back to 100%.

    Maybe a good excuse to remain a fair weather golfer and take the winter off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeeRussell View Post
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    First round back after (golfing) wrist injury last night. Enjoyed it and actually scored a bit better than I had been despite not feeling like playing any better! However unfortunately my wrist still isnít healed after what must be close to 6 weeks now.. thinking I must have properly damaged a very small part and itís going to take a fair bit of time to get back to 100%.

    Maybe a good excuse to remain a fair weather golfer and take the winter off!
    I had a similar problem a few years ago, took a few months before fully back to normal. When I started back I wore a wrist support which affected the backswing but at least allowed me to play.

    Don't overdo it but maybe keep going with the occasional game

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    Had my best ever round at Turnhouse yesterday. Scratch 75 for 41 points in our Stableford. Not enough to win but after 54 years I'm actually getting close to a single figure handicap for the first time ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroxburnHibee View Post
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    Had my best ever round at Turnhouse yesterday. Scratch 75 for 41 points in our Stableford. Not enough to win but after 54 years I'm actually getting close to a single figure handicap for the first time ever!
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    Does anyone out there know of a Pro who specialises in putting?

    Or maybe even a good shrink?!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Golden Bear View Post
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    Does anyone out there know of a Pro who specialises in putting?

    Or maybe even a good shrink?!

    Good luck. 😳

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    I had a similar problem a few years ago, took a few months before fully back to normal. When I started back I wore a wrist support which affected the backswing but at least allowed me to play.

    Don't overdo it but maybe keep going with the occasional game
    Cheers

    It's been quite sore for around a week since the game but is now back to feeling not bad at all. I was (perhaps naively) hoping I may have helped build it back up with playing last week

    It was really only teeing off that was causing the bother, and pain pretty much subsided by the time I got to my next shot. As you say, try and take it easy.. probably won't get much golf in over the next few months anyway. I just wore a stretch bandage round it for a bit of extra support which doesn't affect my swing.. but probably doesn't do much help either!

    I did finish with a birdie for the second round in a row, so if that's the last hole for a while at least I can feel okay about my game for a bit

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