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I'm a player. Certainly not a practicer. I find when I start getting too mechanical or trying to find the perfect swing, things get worse. I definitely play with my instincts. Hitting a shot and reacting to the outcome of that shot, whatever that may be. It's worked so far. The only thing I usually spend time practicing is putting but even that is very limited
I played in Nashville 2 summers ago and they had a couple of weekends that the temperatures were pushing 100 degrees with heat indexes pushing 110
If I'm struggling off the tee I will go to the 4 iron. Sometimes the 3 iron. Nothing like hitting a solid stinger long iron 230 to build your confidence
1. Get putting average to 28 per round 2. Improve distance control with wedges 3. Shoot a bogey free 9 holes 4. Lower my giveback percentage after birdies/eagles
You need to check out Hermitage Golf Club and Gaylord Springs. At Hermitage, they have 36 holes. The President's Reserve course is a resort style course. Very well maintained!  The General's Retreat course used to host an LPGA event.    Gaylord Springs is a links inspired course. They hosted a Champions Tour event for about 10 years. It's a fun course to play.    The entire area went through severe flood damage in May 2010 but they all recovered very quickly and...
  Age: 26 Height: 6'6 Where are you from: Akron, OH How Long have you been Playing: 19 years Best Score: 68 Favorite club in the bag: Driver, 4 Iron Golf Books / DVD's that have helped you: Phil Mickelson's Secrets of the Short Game   Where do you play: Northeast Ohio   Best courses you've played so far: TPC Tampa Bay, Beechmont CC (Former host of Cleveland Open), Hermitage GC (TN) - President's Reserve & General's Retreat courses, Gaylord...
I'm gonna say 18.5-15.5 US just based on experience...MVP will be Webb Simpson
The short game is all about feel. There is no one sure way to grip the club. That's why you see so many different putting setups
Definitely give that guy a plaque! What an amazing accomplishment!   I have come close myself, 265 yard par 4 in a scramble event playing with my dad my uncle and his friend. My buddy and his family were in the group ahead and watched the shot. I found out when I got to the green that the stick kept the ball out of the hole!    
The one person I actually know that's playing in q school is leading after 3 rounds at the Pinewild (Magnolia) site. His name is John Hahn. Helluva player from Kent State University
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