""It's better to burn out, than fade away""
54 years old
Martin Perry's Golf Statistics
|Available to Play Golf:
||Will Ride or Walk|
|Smokes (while golfing):
|Plays in Tournaments:
||Pasatiempo Pebble Beach|
Where Martin Perry Plays Golf
Los Angeles County; Ventura County; Santa Barbara County; Fresno Area; Bakersfield Area; Monterey Bay Area; San Luis Obispo Area
What's in Martin Perry's Golf Bag
Calloway 3 wood
TaylorMade R7 Irons
normal misc stuff
Last Updated: February 1, 2020
I'm a NORCAL transplant from Salinas. Grew up playing all of the great courses in the Monterey/Salinas/Santa Cruz area.
Use to play a lot now about 2- 3 times a month. You will usually find me out on Sundays
ball hunting with my buddies. I take my two seconds over the ball serious,
the rest is for fun.
I love the Raiders, A's and Sharks. Somehow Alabama is my college team since I was very little. I have no explanation for that
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Played Sunday late morning. Place was real busy. Almost 5 hour round. Was walking and still waited 10 to 15 minutes per shot. Very good weather must h... » More
Played Sunday late morning. Place was real busy. Almost 5 hour round. Was walking and still waited 10 to 15 minutes per shot. Very good weather must have brought the throngs out. Course is in the transition from dormancy. Tees were very good. Fairways were also quite good. Rough is growing well full of various grass types and real thick in places. The green surrounds are over seeded and very green and thick. Bunkers are some of the better one around. Little hard on top, but deep underneath. Greens look great. Almost completely healed from a plugging. They are thick, very few ball marks and quite slow. Usually the are damp, but quick. So slow in fact I did not trust myself to hit the ball. Seemed wrong slugging them. Would suggest you play it if in those parts. $30 to walk on weekends, just don't be in a hurry. They now have frisbee golf to go along with foot golf too. That would become a zoo if anyone played the other two.» Close
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