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I was offered advice by who had a worse swing than Charles Barkley. Much worse. I wish I would have recorded it.
I always try to use my basic swing. Doing a lot of fancy things with setup and other alterations, unless you've really practiced it and have it ingrained, is going to lead to a lot of funky results. I only try to flop a shot if my regular pitch is too risky because a flop shot comes with some inherent risk, particularly for newbies. Aim for the middle of the green. And practice, practice, practice before bringing new shots to the course.
Largo Florida has a few courses with a few bars close by that may be suitable that time of year. I know you're pretty well socked in with snow right about now. I'm playing tomorrow and it's only supposed to get up to 78 degrees.
I have a couple of orange and yellow but I like the green. They do fly a little higher than most balls I hit. They feel firmer but really spin on the greens. Covers don't chew up either. I've never tried the S3. I've tried the Vista iV and Vista iS.
Meant to say "Vokey wedges aren't cheap" Makes a little difference in my post.
I signed up. I'd like to try the balls, but I really like colored balls.
I've checked out Dick's and have not found them. I had to really search for them at Edwin Watts, but eventually found them.
Vokey wedges are cheap. I'd look into Edel wedges.
Must be good. She makes every putt. I wasn't watching her stroke....
Good thing it wasn't the hardest course! I played in a customer appreciation scramble on Thursday at the Reunion Watson course in Orlando. My team consisted on a sales rep that plays once per year in this event. Played 2 of his shots. A supplier that had never played golf before (or at least it looked that way). Played 1 of his shots. A customer that was 66 and a 36 handicap. Played a couple of his shots. I hit cleanup. Most holes had no balls in play when I got to...
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