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We have over 200 members in our organization, yet we continue to have to cancel rounds due to not getting twenty members out to play a round. Dave Mueller does a fantastic job in finding courses and negotiating a reasonable fee for us to play. The course expects a certain number of players and blocks out tee times accordingly - sometimes even bringing in extra people to help setup the course and get the carts ready. The table workers show up to ensure that the tournament runs as smooth as possible. If we continue to not get enough participants, it will make Dave's job a lot harder and may cause some of the courses to say no way.
What are your reasons for not playing? Distance to travel? Just don't like the course? Too busy with other commitments? Rounds too long? Too Hot? Too wet?
Remember this is YOUR organization. Speak to one of the board members or the table workers and let them know why you do not play and what can the organization do to improve attendance and ensure that we continue to play on different courses in the area.
Having feel for a shot around the green is a difficult concept to learn. The best way to begin to develop feel is to become visually aware of the entire surroundings near the green so that you can assess distance, slope, and other features before you. Concentrate on getting your ball to the target, not hitting the ball. These thoughts will help you start to get a feel for your shots.
Jim Means (Captain) 770.718.8410
Tom Gryder 404.232.9741
J.D David 404.627.8928
Ron Wade 706.318.2379
John Cyran (Captain) 404.272.1571
Danny Boyles 770.329.6316
Zach Gabert 770.458.8445
Bruce Maney 404.660.9639
Keith Boehringer (Captain) 404.307.5108
Richard Patterson 770.815.0458
Bill Palmer 678.662.6012
Larry Thomas 770.596.4432
Bob Remich (Captain) 770.717.2557
Ed D’Arata 770.856.3014
Wendell Jackson 770.377.4173
J. J. Goldsack 404.375.8657