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No. The absurdly small size of a regulation golf hole is what makes a true hole in one the mythical beast that it is. But hey if it still says 1 on the card it is still a heck an accomplishment.
My Dad bought me a new Driver and 3 wood from Dick's back in 2005 when I 17 and just starting to get good. Don't remember much about the fitting process but the clubs seemed well suited to me and served me well. But nowadays I buy everything I need off of ebay because I know my needs and simply can't afford the latest and greatest. Only thing I ever buy new now would be wedges. Granted I couldn't really get much at Dick's nowadays because they can't justify stocking extra...
And titleist, probably ping as well.
Or just buy pants that fit right in the first place. Why would you buy pants that don't fit? But what do I know, I play with my shirt untucked and no belt half of the time.
I was B-fit for Bridgestone TOUR B330‑S golf balls Angel Cabrera -15 Martin Kaymer -15 Luke Donald -14
I never liked the idea of getting the ball rolling as soon as possible. If your landing area is only a few feet off the fringe you need only to land it a few feet short to make an error. I would think landing halfway between the start of the green and the pin would provide the greatest margin for error.
I always mark down GIR, FWs, and the number of putts I take for each hole as well as indicate which way I missed on my scorecard. I just use up the extra lines on the scorecard instead of creating my own. Seems like a good idea though as a consistent scorecard format would make it a lot easier to file them. For me, it is merely a tool for encouraging a mental awareness of what I'm doing but a new format might encourage me to actually calculate the trends in my game.
I've had a 64* wedge in the bag for 9 years and it has served me quite well. I use it for nearly all of my shorter bunker shots as well as pitches from 35 to 65 yards. Not a club you would want to take a full swing with though. A little thin and you could put yourself in real trouble.
Was my post deleted?
Al for me. Far more tough to post that kind of number with a balata ball that curves off line much more than today's modern balls.
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