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# Posts by clearwaterms

sounds like i need to hit the practice green...
excellent point.  Thanks for the tip. This is why I am thinking that my scrambling is where i need to work.  Because I don't get up and down very hardly ever.  I tend to hit 4-5 greens a round, but my average score is just below 90.  I have not tracked scrambling today, but looking at the score card I think that I only did it once today and that was a chip in.
6300 yards (but it's only a par 70) if you play the blues, 6000 if you play the whites. Today on my quality drives I hit the following irons into the green 8i6i9i6i8i (was a terrible drive and I had to get over a tree, was 170 away, but didn't think I could get anymore than an 8i over the tree, ended up a little short)GWPWGW My 9i is a 145 club, and my 8i goes 155~160 as a frame of reference.  Par 3 tee off clubsGW (hit green)7i (missed just right, hit a cart path and...
probably both...
you didn't know what was a thing? Women?  Stalkers? Unnatural blonds?  Believe it or not, both of them predate the internet ;)
This next week I am going to be traveling and will have spare time but won't be able to bring my golf clubs with me.  Anybody have any suggestions on how to get that fix?  Typically I fly with my clubs but my travel bag developed a tear and I won't have a chance to replace it until this weekend so that I can bring my clubs with me next week.    Does anybody have any suggestions?
here is an interesting article..   http://probablegolfinstruction.com/golf-scoring-statistics.htm SCORE = 102.6 - 2.7 X #pars GIR is SCORE = 95.1 - 2.0 X GIR   I am going to assume that pars are holes of par or better.  I had 3 birdies today but only 2 pars...    So looking at that =5 (which is about normal for me) 102.6 - (2.7 * 5) = 89.1 (this is about normal for me)   I would also say that I typically hit around 5-6 greens a round 95.1 - (2.0 * 5.5) = 84.1 ...
So what you are saying is, to shoot better, hit more greens?   Really?  Here is an article that says hitting 6 greens a round puts you in the 5-10 handicap.  I don't keep a handicap because I don't consider my scores to be official.  That being said, I believe that I am a fairly honest 16ish golfer.  On the back side i hit 4 greens and shot a 4 over 38, and that included a OB drive that effectively costs you 2 strokes (stroke and...
Is it this one?http://www.amazon.com/Pro-Band-Sports-ABI00-Therapeutic/dp/B000FML7SW
I have started to capture "quality drives, greens in regulation and putts" and was curious to see if anybody had any ideas of how my numbers look compared to others with similar playing ability.    I am an "in the 80's" golfer with the last 3 rounds being 88,85,85 on a course that I know pretty well.    Today's round here are the stats   Par 70 (36/34) Score 85 (47/38) 30 putts (1 3 putt and 1 chip in from off the green) 8/13 quality drives 6/18 G.I.R. 3 penalty...
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