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    Money List Winner GreiginFife's Avatar
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    Off to Turkey - advice

    Flying out to Turkey tomorrow for a week with the wife and young un. But I am taking the clubs and have rounds booked on Sueno Pines and Montgomery Maxx Royal.

    Anyone played these two and have any upfront advice to help me get the best out of playing them?
    A bag full of Mizunos, a Bettinardi and hope. Lots and lots of hope..

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    Re: Off to Turkey - advice

    Played the Monty about a month ago.
    No advice just go and enjoy great course and great weather

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    Re: Off to Turkey - advice

    "It's hot, it's damm hot!"
    A bit Old School, Taylor Made Woods & Ping Irons! Jetspeeds and i25s
    Scotty flat stick
    Somedays they behave, others less so!
    SLDR sitting in the garage to remind the driver, "he can be replaced!"

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    Re: Off to Turkey - advice

    you should have taken a caddy with you, preferably a teuchter
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    Re: Off to Turkey - advice

    Both great courses but for different reasons. Enjoy.

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    Re: Off to Turkey - advice

    Quote Originally Posted by patricks148 View Post
    you should have taken a caddy with you, preferably a teuchter
    Do you know one you could recommend?...
    A bag full of Mizunos, a Bettinardi and hope. Lots and lots of hope..

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    Re: Off to Turkey - advice

    Play early morning

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    Re: Off to Turkey - advice

    Night golf at Carya!

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    Re: Off to Turkey - advice

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Skier View Post
    Play early morning
    0800 Sueno and 0700 Montgomery, earliest I could get.
    A bag full of Mizunos, a Bettinardi and hope. Lots and lots of hope..

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    Re: Off to Turkey - advice

    Watch out for the snakes in the wasteland

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