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Arizona or Florida? Which is better for golf?

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 12:17 PM

Arizona or Florida? Which is better for golf? I was wondering, I am 23 and I am looking to relocate hopefully and focus on my golf game. I shot a career best 68 and want to continually learn and perhaps help others. I am 23 and I know there are golfer who need help but also would like to mentor a golf game. I have also heard SC is good for golf. What do you say?


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Posted 10 October 2017 - 12:50 PM

Weather wise Florida has serious humidity and Arizona has serious heat like 117 degrees etc.
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Posted 10 October 2017 - 01:00 PM

View PostQqq123xx, on 10 October 2017 - 12:50 PM, said:

Weather wise Florida has serious humidity and Arizona has serious heat like 117 degrees etc.
Do you live in Florida? I used to live there when I was younger.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 01:59 PM

Florida and Arizona are nice to visit but I would rather relocate to the Carolinas. It is just a personal preference. If you previously lived in Florida then maybe that would be the best choice for you? You are young and have plenty of time to move again if the want arises.

If you are thinking of getting into the industry I would suggest you talk to some people involved in the same type of career you are looking for. I found most did not have time for playing golf anymore so I gave up that 'dream' quickly.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 02:34 PM

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Florida and Arizona are nice to visit but I would rather relocate to the Carolinas. It is just a personal preference. If you previously lived in Florida then maybe that would be the best choice for you? You are young and have plenty of time to move again if the want arises.

If you are thinking of getting into the industry I would suggest you talk to some people involved in the same type of career you are looking for. I found most did not have time for playing golf anymore so I gave up that 'dream' quickly.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 02:42 PM

Not sure what your end goal is but, if you are thinking hey I shot a 68 I want to give pro golf a run here is what I would do. Fly out to PHX play the Monday Pro/Scratch skins game at Papago in early January when some of the tours are on a light schedule. If you are not feeling completely demoralized after the game then move to PHX to work on your game.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 03:08 PM

Played 18 this morning, in the Florida panhandle, in sweltering heat, 98% humidity. I walk and was totally drenched after two holes, and had a difficult time all day wiping the sweat out of my eyes.  I'm a native Floridian and love Florida, but it comes with a price tag when you play golf and walk. Then; the Bermuda grass is very different than western or northern grass, try advancing the ball out of 2 inch common Bermuda rough, difficult at best, then if you're not at a high end course, plan on the greens with allot of grain.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 03:32 PM

I guess I am just looking for a mentor type that can guide me and my game. You could even caddy for me lol. I am serious, I just feel so confident about golf.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 03:35 PM

I've lived in Tampa, St Augustine and now Lakeland, FL.  I've played all over central Florida.  I've also lived in Sedona, AZ.  I've played golf all over Arizona including Phoenix, Tucson, Parker, Kingman, Sedona, Flagstaff, and even Las Vegas, NV.

Which is better?  It all depends.  Humidity in Florida has its pros and cons.  Flordia heat and humidity can be really bad at times.  It never gets cold in FL.  Arizona is dry, but when its 117......dry heat is hot as h*ll.  Depending on where you are in Arizona you can get snow.  Like, Sedona, Flagstaff, Page, Payson etc.   They have ski resorts in Flagstaff and north of Payson. Even a small one Tucson.

As far as golf is concerned.....I'd pick Arizona for numbers of courses and variety of elevation changes.  Courses in FL can vary but they are 95% flat (ish).  Nothing like playing in Arizona with lots of elevation change on a course.

Take your pick.....humid or dry.   Elevation or flat.

As far as instruction/mentors, etc.  I'm guessing either place is as good as the other.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 03:42 PM

Yeah, people say it is really hot there in Az, I have lived in humid Florida before, I was like 12 though. I can't go any further in golf in Virginia. I need the golf community to help me lol. I need to be in a warm, golf climate.


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Posted 10 October 2017 - 03:54 PM

Move to AZ then
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Posted 10 October 2017 - 04:01 PM

I don't know anyone out there.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 04:04 PM

AZ. 115 sounds bad, but in a cart it is easily do able (played multiple times this year). Currently live in AZ, from GA, and have played in Florida during the summer.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 04:15 PM

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AZ. 115 sounds bad, but in a cart it is easily do able (played multiple times this year). Currently live in AZ, from GA, and have played in Florida during the summer.
Really? I believe you and I am a great young man, just never got the right breaks in life. Hopefully someone can help me.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 04:23 PM

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I don't know anyone out there.

Hi I'm Mark, now you know me haha.

What kind of breaks are you talking about? Rich parents that pay for instruction and a country club?  Life handed to you on a silver platter?

Guess what? There's probably more that have to work for it than given to them.

But for real, if you move here, I'll golf with you. I'll introduce you to instructors that you can afford that are quality. I'll show you how to play the most golf/get the most for your budget.

I've got 10 years on you but I've set some goals for my game the next couple of years, we'll see what happens.


I am not a country club kid, NOTHING has ever been given to me(other than golf clubs from wrx haha). Screw "breaks" resilience builds character, life owes you nothing.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 04:28 PM

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View PostTimothy68, on 10 October 2017 - 04:01 PM, said:

I don't know anyone out there.

Hi I'm Mark, now you know me haha.

What kind of breaks are you talking about? Rich parents that pay for instruction and a country club?  Life handed to you on a silver platter?

Guess what? There's probably more that have to work for it than given to them.

But for real, if you move here, I'll golf with you. I'll introduce you to instructors that you can afford that are quality. I'll show you how to play the most golf/get the most for your budget.

I've got 10 years on you but I've set some goals for my game the next couple of years, we'll see what happens.


I am not a country club kid, NOTHING has ever been given to me(other than golf clubs from wrx haha). Screw "breaks" resilience builds character, life owes you nothing.
I get what you are saying, and I am not a rich kid or silver platter. I do want to work for what I can. I don't expect winning on tour to be easy either.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 04:30 PM

Did I just fall for a JonesScott troll
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Posted 10 October 2017 - 04:32 PM

lol, what is that? I am not a troll, I am the real deal. I am real and serious.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 04:32 PM

Florida can be pretty miserable from June through October with the stifling heat and high humidity, but is pretty great from November through May!  Arizona can be blazing hot too, just much less humidity and rain than Florida! With Arizona, you get that dry, desert heat during the summer in many of the prime golf locations, yet it can become quite cold there during the winter months, especially in those parts of the state with some higher elevations.

That said, I am not a fan of Arizona or the desert Southwest...I much prefer Florida's lush green landscape with real grass in my yard instead of the sand, cactus, and rocks commonly seen on the lawns of homes in the desert southwest!  Tucson's barren desert landscape seemed particularly depressing to me when I last visited that City!  I couldn't wait to leave there!

For me, Florida is the easy winner here!


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Posted 10 October 2017 - 05:20 PM

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Really? I believe you and I am a great young man, just never got the right breaks in life. Hopefully someone can help me.

I am really not trying to burst your bubble but sometimes in life you have to make your own breaks. Guys who shot 68 in a casual round are pretty much a dime a dozen here in PHX. There are so many current/former mini pros/ reinstated Am's, all guys you have never heard of or never will hear of grinding it out either because they still like the competitive side of golf or are still trying to make a living playing golf. Any breaks you get are going to be earned by showing up with your A game in some of the big games around town. Start shooting scores guys will pick up on it and you'll get more and more connections. Go out and shoot 75-80+ in those games you still make some connections with playing partners if you have decent etiquette and social skills. On the other hand you go out and act like a jerk no one will give you the time of day especially if you fire off 75-80+ with attitude in the big games.  

I am not that great of a player low single digit guy 2-4 index seems to be my comfort zone. Not bad for playing 1 round a week at best but not great by any means. I knew no one when I got to town some 19 years ago and know even less serious golfers when I started taking up the game more seriously 9 years ago when I joined WRX. Over the years developed quite a few great friendships and contacts with really good players some on WRX some not, a few courses etc. Did not know Fore Life when I joined yet dude was the best man at my wedding. We have a fairly good group of WRX'ers here that play together a lot. Always welcoming of new members our only requirement for a return invite is not to be a D.B.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 05:22 PM

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I've lived in Tampa, St Augustine and now Lakeland, FL.  I've played all over central Florida.  I've also lived in Sedona, AZ.  I've played golf all over Arizona including Phoenix, Tucson, Parker, Kingman, Sedona, Flagstaff, and even Las Vegas, NV.

Which is better?  It all depends.  Humidity in Florida has its pros and cons.  Flordia heat and humidity can be really bad at times.  It never gets cold in FL.  Arizona is dry, but when its 117......dry heat is hot as h*ll.  Depending on where you are in Arizona you can get snow.  Like, Sedona, Flagstaff, Page, Payson etc.   They have ski resorts in Flagstaff and north of Payson. Even a small one Tucson.

As far as golf is concerned.....I'd pick Arizona for numbers of courses and variety of elevation changes.  Courses in FL can vary but they are 95% flat (ish).  Nothing like playing in Arizona with lots of elevation change on a course.

Take your pick.....humid or dry.   Elevation or flat.

As far as instruction/mentors, etc.  I'm guessing either place is as good as the other.

Only thing I can add to this superior reply is this little thought...

Which state will put you close to family? This should be a HUGE consideration OP.

Life is short. Being close to loved ones is something to be considered. Even if it's a 10 hour drive that is still manageable in one day and without worrying about a hotel.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 05:29 PM

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AZ. 115 sounds bad, but in a cart it is easily do able (played multiple times this year). Currently live in AZ, from GA, and have played in Florida during the summer.
Really? I believe you and I am a great young man, just never got the right breaks in life. Hopefully someone can help me.
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Posted 10 October 2017 - 05:30 PM

I live in Michigan, and Florida and Arizona are great places... to visit. In a perfect world, I would operate in a Northern State like Michigan in the summer and Arizona or Florida in the winter. In a Northern State I think the opportunity exists where you could operate year around, coming in side in the winter time. I'm assuming you want to teach or something like that, and indoor simulators are fantastic these days.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 08:14 PM

I live in Florida and it's pretty great. Granted I never really lived anywhere else. I live in north Florida and it is brutal in the summer time but it didn't stop me from playing everyday. I'm 24 started 7 months ago and have really improved (10 handicap). My pick is Florida.
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Posted 10 October 2017 - 09:47 PM

Kid,

If your career best is a 59 or a 61 at a full length tournament ready golf course then, perhaps you could get on the mini tour or consider qualifying to get on the WEB.COM tour.

Not trying to put anyone down, they will eat you alive if you can't shot in the 60's most of the time on any difficult track.
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Posted 10 October 2017 - 09:57 PM

Is there anyway that I could write articles about golf here? I am trying to save up as much money as possible. I want to work for what I earn.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 10:11 PM

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Is there anyway that I could write articles about golf here? I am trying to save up as much money as possible. I want to work for what I earn.

Sure, I'll pay you $100.00. Post it here so we all can see.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 10:18 PM

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View PostTimothy68, on 10 October 2017 - 09:57 PM, said:

Is there anyway that I could write articles about golf here? I am trying to save up as much money as possible. I want to work for what I earn.

Sure, I'll pay you $100.00. Post it here so we all can see.
Are you serious? You'll pay me $100.00 for wrting an article? for real? Man is that kind of you!

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 10:21 PM

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Did I just fall for a JonesScott troll

I was assuming you just got an early start on some 8% pints.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 10:24 PM

I live in virginia.
Give me dry and over 100 over high 80s (or worse) and 100% humidity every day of the week

Dry heat you can sit in the shade and drink a beer and be comfortable

This humid nonsense we have, you can't sit on a porch with a fan and a beer and be comfortable. It's awful

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