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  • Re: OT First Hole in One

     Congratulations!!! not just a hole in one but a double eagle or albatross.

     I've had two. The first at Coronado in San Diego #15 a four iron from about 180 yds none of us saw it go in as the green is elevated about 6 feet. Six months later at Torrey Pines' south course #3 an 8 iron shot hit the hill to the right side and bounded straight left 70 feet into the hole. These were both in '89 when I had a 3hcp. I am now 61 and have not played in 17 years cause of health issues, damn I miss it.

    When I was a PGA Professional, (graduated from GPTP in 2002) a perk is getting in free at the Masters, was there in '04 and '08, oh my!

  • Re: Question for you old cast iron guys

    I can't answer your ? but be damn sure you don't drop that cornbread pan on your bare foot!
  • Re: OT-WWII Plane Tours

    In Virginia Beach is a private collection, the Virginia Aviation Museum. They have about 25 old airplanes mostly WW2 and WW1. P51, Corsair, Spitfire, B17, Hellcat, B25, PB5Y Catalina. Even some German and Russian craft.

    They host a few 'fly-ins' each year complete with hanger dances and take some of the planes to local airshows. Rides are available. Their cut-away motorized 9 cylinder radial engine is amazing! The engine sound of these airplanes are a symphony of power.

  • Re: Spatchcock chicken! Quit wasting beers and try this method for cooking chicken

    Let me paraphrase from a while ago:

    'The chicken insulates the beer can, thus it doesn't get hot enough to 'steam' and moisten the bird before the desired finish bird temp.'  160-180 vs. 212 or more.

    Spatchcock rules!

  • Re: Thinking of Spatchcock Turkey:

    What size Egg??

     I don't think a 14# would fit in my medium if spatched.

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