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Played Radisson for the first time today...the course is in great shape. The tree lined fairways make your worried off the tee, but there is more room than you think.
I completely tore a ligament playing basketball about 2 years ago, and the first time I stepped out on the court after rehabbing for 4 months I tore it again within minutes. I rolled it one more time before realizing I needed to take it easy. Sadistically, I'm glad I screwed up my ankle. It's the only reason I picked up golf. As of today, it's 99% healed. I can do everything I could before, but I get some very slight pain after playing ball still. My...
Oh cool, any chance that in the ranking section it has the top 200 most improved players?
Weird question, I know. But is there anyway to find out what articles will be in the May issue of Golf Digest? I've been looking on the website without any luck. Does anyone have tips? Thanks.
145 for me...didn't even go to the range or anything. I was watching Winged foot and asked my dad to take me out. I had so much fun, even though I sucked.
I always thought they configure the GPS on carts by the pin location schedule?
I don't think they are necessarily lying, I think they actually believe they can hit it 300 yards. They do the math right, but they don't take into account the tees playing up, wind at the back, cutting the corner---and on top of that, there "average" is the one drive they actually got a hold of. Take all those factors into account, and a 240 yard drive can easily turn into a "300 yard bomb".
I guess I should have broken down the handicap choices better...oh well.
I played with a plus two last year, and it was a great learning experience. He could legitimately hit it 300 yards, but I was more impressed with his short game more than anything. It seemed like he would make or have a tap in from anywhere on the green. How about you guys?
Everyone says it, but try to stay in the present. Think one shot at a time. Once you have a bad hole or shot, forget about it.
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