I disagree. Brands that successfully build prestige around the name can get away with more wallet-friendly options. To make a comparison, the Gibson Les Paul has several options less expensive than the Les Paul Standard, but the idea of a Gibson Les Paul carries enough weight that even if you...
As I mentioned earlier, it's entirely possible Parson's idea of the business model has changed. If you think your product is already the best, you reduce R&D staff and focus on a slower release schedule. If you think your message is out there and that message is good, you don't feel like you...
Which isn't out of line with his explanation of restructuring, and also potentially fits with the idea of hiring 41 people. After all, I could cut 26 from R&D, marketing, etc. and hire 41 fitters and retail liaisons and demo day guys and call it restructuring, though I can't say that necessarily...
I guess the way I read it was they hired a bunch of people to help open new stores and they either weren't what they were really looking for as part of the post-restructuring organization, or were temps from the word go.
Do you really consider the people who stop working for you on 27 December...
The recently defunct Turquoise Valley GC in Naco, AZ had a par 6 called the Rattler:
South Pointe on Friday with @M2Giles, I spent all day chipping like absolute trash. Found myself with a fluffy lie and decided to just flop it up rather than try to chip it down hill. Flopped it perfectly, caught a downslope, rolled in for bird. I should do that every time.
States I've played:
The problem is that most of what draws me to this or that state is destination golf, but actually golfing there is more likely to be public courses. I'm gonna say Wisconsin for its combination of beer, destination golf (Whistling Straits and Erin...