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Yesterday, shot the game of my life...88...with an 8 on hole 16! That was the only ball I lost all day. I've never broke 90. Yesterday's game seemed so easy. Get to the ball, figure the distance, pick a club and swing. I wish I could bottle what I used yesterday. My handicap is around 24, so this was a huge accomplishment. Hopefully, I can use this as a confidence builder. We'll see what Monday League night brings. WindLaker
Yesterday, shot the game of my life...88...with an 8 on hole 16! I've never broke 90. Yesterday's game seemed so easy. Get to the ball, figure the distance, pick a club and swing. My handicap is around 24, so this was a huge accomplishment. Hopefully, I can use this as a confidence builder. We'll see what Monday League night brings. WindLaker
Did the baking soda trick.  Took about 97% of the marks off.  I can see them only because I know where they were.   Thanks for the help.   WindLaker
There's an Under Armour outlet close by.  Do most of my shopping there.  Every once in a while my wife will pick up some nice shirts @ Kohl's...I thinl Champion brand.   NEVER pay full price for a golf shirt. I'll never spend over $25.00 for a golf shirt.   Same for shoes...always go to the "Clearance" section on the stores.
I just picked up a used RBZ 3 Wood for a great price. It has some red marks on the top of the head from range balls, on the white paint. Any ideas how to clean them off?
Thanks to all for your help. I can't do to much research right now...I'm supposed to be researching kitchen stuff these days. I'll be sure to bookmark this thread. WindLaker
Just paid off our mortgage a couple of months ago.   We're modeling our kitchen this winter, and either next year or the year after we are remodeling our patio (depending on how much we spend on the kitchen).   I'm considering a putting green, probably about 30' in diameter.  Going to be directly off the patio, pretty much at ground level.   I live in Wisconsin, so I'm concerned about the longevity of a synthetic putting surface.   Just looking for any...
I've read "Golf Flow by Gio Valiente (SP?).   It hasn't lowered my scores a bunch, but it helps mo not to meltdown on the course.
Most people can run as fast as a golf cart.
I have exactly the same thing going on with me right now.  Hoping for some sage advice.
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