Shot at High Noon

So I got a call from my pals out at UT Golf Club yesterday, needing a shot of #12.  I dug up this one and thought about what a handy tool HDR has been for me and golf.  I shot this one at high noon a few years ago.  Before, shooting a golf course at any time other than “the golden hour” was a bad idea.  Noon was out of the question.  Not anymore.  You real estate marketers remember this when you’re told you can’t shoot in the middle of the day.

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2009 Texas Legends Champions

Matt Sitra & John Staleski

Matt Sitra & John Staleski

Orange & White Cup Matches

meserole-brightThe 2009 Orange & White Cup Matches got underway yesterday out at UT Golf Club with Foursomes (alternate shot) matches.  Yesterday’s weather and course conditions were designed for golf.  70 degrees, sunny, slight wind, greens rolling fast and true.  Those guys there studying a putt on the third green are two of Austin’s finest amateurs, Greg Meserole and Steven Bright.  Today’s format is Fourball (best ball), and the Cup matches will wrap up on Sunday with Singles play.

The 9th green at UT Golf Club

utgolfclubhole9Here’s a shot of the 9th green and approach area out at UT Golf Club.  This hole has dozens of great photographs just waiting to be captured.  It’s a great par-5, too.  Big, bending, well-bunkered with a small green.  The only thing I don’t like is that it looks like the safe play is left of the green.  Not so.  There’s a big shaved collection area over there that’s a fairly tough up-and-down.  At least for someone with the yips me.