Ohh nice what did you go with? I upgraded the Nike sasquatch to a Taylormade M4 driver and added a M3 Hybrid. Possibly checking out a Bettanardi putter with a. Super stroke, from a supervisor at work who doesn’t like his.Just did some upgrading myself this year.
Driver, putter, wedges, and moved to a cart bag rather than carry bag since it’s been years since I actually carried for a round.
Alright so here’s the scoop on a weekend of lots of golf and long days in kelowna this weekend.
Went up Friday night as our first tee time was bright and early Saturday at Okanagan GC
Morning round was The Bear first, almost had to pack up and go home after a 49 on the front. Couldn’t drive or putt with new clubs. Came back with a 39 on the back for an 88. Gorgeous course, and in great shape.
Setup with nachos and beer and watched Champions League Final in the clubhouse before heading out again
Afternoon round was Quail course, and I have to say I can see why it was less busy. Not a great track, lots of placement golf and very hilly. Spiked with a 96 . Maybe should have eased off the beers a bit.
Sunday morning was Tower Ranch, tough course but very nice layout, reminds me of Tobiano style, had a brutal 3 putt day and still put up an 83
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first time I’ve had a beer girl tell us to pick up ur pace , when we weren’t slow.
Pretty sure she meant to pick up the pace drinking wise and buying beer off her!!!!
Depending on how far you wanna drive, Salmon Arm is fantastic, and just outside of Kamloops is Talking Rock which is just into Shuswap area, one of my favs.Other than tobiano, what other courses would you guys recommend playing up there. I won a package for four guys to play Tobiano at a tourney, but If I’m driving up, I may as well play a few rounds, right? Looking to get in at least 2 other courses there.
That’s pretty high praise for an older course. There’s too many other nice courses to label it my favourite course.Rivershore is my favourite course in the province. It's older, but it's great example of a Robert Trent Jones Sr course and follows his design philosophy of letting the landscape shape the design of the course.