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Par 3: #16 TPC San Antonio Yes, that is a bunker in the center of the green.   Par 4: #18 Whistling Straits "Dyeabolical"   Par 5: #18 Pebble Beach
I'm a big fan of Ross Bridge in Hoover, AL. Part of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, and available to the public.
When you look into shirts, please consider length. I'm also 6'4" with only a 32" inseam, so as you can tell I'm all torso. I'm also bigger across the chest and shoulders, and need cool, flexible fabrics if I'm gonna spend 4.5 hours outdoors. Also, a suggestion, my favorite older Under Armour polo was light colored with matching darker panels on the ribs that were not only vented for cooling, but also had a slimming look on me .
For me, the best and most consistent part of my game is my pitching. I have about a 100 foot deep yard where I practice hitting shots of different trajectories and distances, hitting towards targets such as the telephone pole or the unused gas meter. However, I chose irons as the most important part of my game because it's my least consistent part. The times I shoot the best scores are the times when I have the most GIR's, which is not very common. I can hit 10 fairways...
In all honesty, I haven't played much golf in the evening so I couldn't confirm that, but as the grass gets longer during the day, the grain has even more affect on the ball. Also, if the green is dormant, you probably won't see a shiny/dark coloring to the grass, so the edge of the hole should be a better indicator.
In North Texas, we mostly only have Bermuda. I played a course with bent grass when I was in Alabama, and found myself missing most putts outside the hole. Bermuda I think usually breaks more, but is ESPECIALLY sensitive to grain. With it dormant, it will he harder to see the grain (light/dark green colors are an indicator in spring and summer), so my best advice is to walk up to the cup. Unless you're one of the first groups to play a freshly cut hole, you'll see the...
I'm sorry, I should have updated sooner, but this item was sold long ago. It was a friend of mine's and when it didn't sell on here he sold it on ebay. Thanks for the interest.
The straightening of the right arm for me reminds me of a Black Belt breaking boards with a punch. To deliver the ultimate power, he doesn't straighten his arm at or before he hits the board. His arm is still slightly bent as he hits the board, still powering through impact. That's how you deliver the hardest hit, by still extending the arm through impact. I hit my best/most powerful shots when I think about this: Don't power at the ball, power through it. But yeah, that...
Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme: Some assembly required...
Hey guys, I was just wondering if anyone had any instructions on how to build a portable plane board. I'm about to be unable to play much golf, but I'll still be able to practice. I am wanting to have a plane board to help while at home that I could also break down into fairly small pieces to take to the range. I'm sure PVC is going to be my best bet. I saw Martin Hall's board with the curvedPVC, but haven't seen bent pipes with that wide of a radius before. Any help...
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