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couple of interesting events coming up

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I have received a couple of emails about some interesting scrambles coming up, I don't have the links but you can check it out on their websites:

2 person big cup scramble at Montgomery National

and Chaska Town Course is having a 1 man scramble (you get to hit two balls each shot and choose the best)

The Montgomery scramble is like $50 with cart and food I think and the Chaska scramble is 90 bucks. My brother in law is leaning towards us playing the 1 person scramble, but it is October 11th I believe, I haven't ruled it out, but fall rates are starting to happen, lots of great golf out there to be played

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I think it's this Sunday that there's a 3-man scramble at the LSCC. Trouble finding people interested. Hunting season is starting to kick into gear and I think the clubs have found the back of some closets.

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I played twice this week at the Cannon Golf Club (Mon & Thurs) with 1:30 tee times. Hardly anyone around after 12 noon. Only took 2:50 and 3:05 to play.

Funny...On Monday I was hitting some balls on the range when an older (age 70 to 75) man took a spot next to me. He dug out 2 handfuls of yellow practice balls out of his bag and hit them. Then he went to a nearby practice green with a sand trap where the staff leaves about 15 to 20 yellow balls to use. He picked them all up and put them into his bag.

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Another fun one is Oak Marsh's annual Chili Open. They don't ring any golf for the day, just put it all towards prizes, last year we won a Ping Answer driver for 3rd place.

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