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Being a poor golfer myself and playing with a lot of single digit handicaps I have found that the best way to play with a group that is much better than you is to tee off on the same tee box as them. But pick up your ball at double bogey. This will keep you at the same pace as them and they seem to appreciate it but it also doesn't remove you from the group or make them wait on you a lot. Just my experience
I currently have a r11s 4 wood that I absolutely love. Off the deck I get about 200 yards with it and off the tee its about 230. My driver is a ping g10 9° and it usually goes about 240. The only problem is i tend to be very wild with my driver. Hitting very few fairways and not seeing much of a distance gap between the 2. I love my 4 wood the weight and all just feels right and I usually hit the fairways 3 out of 4 times off the tee. So just wondering what y'all think...
I got to pick from whatever day I chose and I picked sunday. Other days are more fun but let's be honest Sunday is when history is made. It was a hard choice between Thursday and Sunday just because of the honorary tee off. But practice days would be fun if you are really into the players and coaches and caddies and stuff
Another question for people who have been. How much traffic should I expect? Should I add an extra 30 min to an hour for driving in? We are staying in a friends guest house about an hour away and plan to get up early and finish the drive
I would really have loved to see the honorary tee off and it was a tough decision to choose Sunday over Thursday but let's be honest Sunday is when history happens.
10. Lastly, visit Rhineharts Oyster Bar, just down the road. Gets packed, rough and ready, but the beer is cold, fries are hot and the seafood is spot-on. This is a place I will definitely check out! Me and my dad are going and this is right up both of our alleys! Thanks for some ideas! I am definitely going to be watching some of the around the green play to see if I can't pick up a few techniques.
As far as I know no cell phones or cameras are allowed on tournament days.
In my line of work I am around a lot of members of Augusta and I got 2 tickets as a tip. Definitely not going to stay in 1 spot!
My tickets just arrived for Sunday of the 2014 Masters. I have never been to a PGA event before much less Augusta. Wondering if there is anything that's absolutely must see. Amen corner is definitely on the top of my list but what else? Also are there any players that are worth following for several holes? I am an avid golfer but honestly don't follow the tour closely at all. Of course I know Tiger, Phil, and possibly Rory. Just excited and wanting ya'lls opinions.
Well where would a good place to start at looking for a driver? Higher degree loft? Then shaft wise higher kick point? Or do I stay with a lower kick point shaft. There is a local Edwin watts but no fitters that I know of in several hundred miles ( I live in south ga if anyone knows of 1 close by).
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