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Posts by leezer99

The less time typing on here = more time playing out there.  Plus I have two kids so my time is no longer my own.
Take your longest par four and figure out whats the highest lofted club you can use to get there in two. Next, take your longest par three and figure out what club you'd hit to get there. Lastly, pick a club that will get you to the green from 125 yards that you can also chip and putt with.
I just close my eyes and swing hard.
Give him half the money and an application for a part time position at Starbucks.
Try joining greenskeeper.org. From there you can read a ton of reviews plus it gives you updates on course conditions. As far as courses go, I would play Industry Hills (as many have already suggested), Robinson Ranch and probably Angeles National. Links: Industry Hills - http://www.ihgolfclub.com/ Robinson Ranch - http://www.robinsonranchgolf.com/sit...773&page=42730 Angeles National - http://www.angelesnational.com/home.html Whatever you do, don't play here......
Par four - hit tee shot in the street... drove the green... sank the putt.
Anyone gotten a Jaguar test drive mailer recently? Just trying to find out if there is a universal code that can be used to get the free putter with test drive or if I'll actually have to go down there and test drive one of their cars.
When you rejoin you can also give those scores to your handicap chair and they should input them for you.
Don't fall down.
I don't even use every club at the range. How's it possible (with the exception of nevets88) to do this... I probably average 7 clubs per round and that's it.
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