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Posts by 3PuttKing

tried to join "The Sand Trap CC" today but it said it was full 
Golf really is such a humbling game lol.   Same thing happened to me last week - started the first four holes with 6, 6, 6, 6 (one was a par 3 too!!). Needless to say it was hard to get into the rest of the round when I knew i had no chance of putting a good score up after a start like that. O well, best way to look at it is that there is always the next round 
Nothing wrong with using clubs you know you can be consistent with. I bet you lose a lot less balls than those that are to "proud" to keep the driver in the bag on the tight fairways.   My dad tells the story all the time about the time he got paired up with an 80 year old man down in Florida. The old man had 7 clubs, and only hit about 150ish off the tee every time with his 7 wood, and he still shot an 80 (granted he played from the seniors/womens tees). Either way, it...
lol i'm glad somebody caught it. 
I'm in the same boat. If a par 4 is any less than 400 yards (which most are on the courses I play) I'll tee off with the three wood since I know i can get 220+ out of it and leave myself a 5 iron or less to the green. Any longer than that and I'll give it a go with a driver (as long as there isn't any trouble on the right hand side of the hole). I won't even use a driver on a par 5 longer than 500 since I know it'll take me 3 shots to get there with or without a good...
I'd go with a stand bag. It's way more convenient and versatile than a cart bag. And the new ones have just as many pockets anyways. I currently have a cart bag and I HATE always having to make sure it's standing on a flat surface when I'm loading the car moving the bag around. It's the absolute worst feeling when the bag tips over when you're loading the car and you rush it too worrying that a club head may have snapped off or gotten scuffed from the cement.
Just like others said, drink A LOT of water/gatorade and find as much shade as possible (gives you an excuse for hitting into the trees too lol). Maybe buy one of those small manual misting fans?
180 yard par 3 - pushed my tee shot right and it landed in the rough about 30 yards from the green. Walked up to my ball to find it about 20 feet behind a 30 foot tree. I couldn't punch it under the tree towards the green because there was a bunker protecting the green from my angle. My playing partner pointed out that I was screwed, so I looked at him and said "Nah, I'll just go over this tree." He looked at me and laughed. So I pulled out my 60 degree and put some...
  maybe spend more time fixing your kids grammer than a strangers on an internet forum...
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