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HmtGolfGuy
PA/Jersey golf
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Tuesday February 19, 2019 9:09 AM
Now that I’m in Philly, there’s not many opportunities to play right now. However, the Jersey TopGolf has specials M-F where you can get 1 hour for $15. Mo real putting or chipping and with the cold, wind and limited distance balls you can’t get good yardages - but it’s going to be a great way to grove my swing until course time becomes an option., especially with the games they have rewarding consistency.

Anyone else use this as an option in bad weather and what’s been your experience? So far it’s been good here.

[[Edited by HmtGolfGuy on Tuesday February 19, 2019 9:16 AM]]
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dconnally
RE: PA/Jersey golf

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Tuesday February 19, 2019 2:31 PM
Ron, this is why I've always lived in the south - LOL.
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sixpez
RE: PA/Jersey golf
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Tuesday February 19, 2019 3:18 PM
Enjoy the cold, Ron. Sounds like fun : ) Is the name changing to PhillyGolfGuy?

And remember not to go to any Eagles games in your Santa Claus outfit!
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HmtGolfGuy
RE: PA/Jersey golf
GK Event: Played in a GK Event GK Cup: Past & Current Champions of The GK Cup

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Tuesday February 19, 2019 5:25 PM
I did get to play the day after I arrived - the cool thing was the cart paths looked like forest trails! Tomorrow it’s supposed to snow so not likely to get to another course anytime soon but will update when I do. Enjoy the rain!
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Friday February 22, 2019 9:37 PM
Having lived in all three places, if you limit the inquiry to climate, then Denver is the answer. Denver has four seasons, each of them relatively mild (lunchtime temps in January can be in the 50s), humidity is low year round (in stark contrast to Philly or NJ), and warm days can be (and usually are) followed by cool nights. Plus, given the record of the storms (including hurricanes) that roll up the east coast periodically, the winter “blizzards” that dump newsworthy amounts of snow on the Front Range should not dissuade you from Denver. Of course, the ocean is a long way away but the clear mountain air is close. I think for climate sunny Denver is the best bet.
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