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About Bileyerheid

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  1. Back me or sack me.

    If you don't mind, I'm gonna chase my dreams.
  2. Back me or sack me.

    UPDATE! I may have been misinformed but I was led to believe that the players on the 'Old Farts Tour' were, at best, playing scratch golf. I mean from those senior tees, I can rip up the best of courses. It is possible that I have been led up the garden path. On saying that my offer is still open and I welcome any deposits. What can you lose? Or should I say what can you afford to lose?
  3. Back me or sack me.

    Paypal: DFLchampionstour@gmail.con
  4. Back me or sack me.

    Most people could use some extra funds. I am only centering my focus on those with disposable income and old people. Sorry to lose you.
  5. Back me or sack me.

    Yes exact translation of 'bile yer heid' is 'boil your head'. We often say, "Awa' an' bile yer heid ya mug ye" meaning WTFO. 'Don't be ridiculous' is also a pretty accurate translation. And of course I am not being ridiculous, if you can afford the investment, I promise to put my heart and soul into it.
  6. Drills to make swing inside out

    OK I've got the point. I'll be sticking around and looking for other threads. I just found this one quite interesting.
  7. Back me or sack me.

    I am a very very good golfer. I'm 49 years old and although my handicap is not yet plus, I will be winning big time on the Champions Tour within the next twelve months. My question to you is this, "Do you want to be a part of this BONANZA?" I recently approached my local bank for a loan for this endeavour and to my surprise they refused. So, I am offering, wait for it, an APR of 22.4% to anyone who finances this. That's $22.40 per year for every $100 you invest in this project. I don't want to go into the fine details at the moment, lets just say this is an opportunity that could hound you for the rest of your life if you don't take it. What's my advice? Go for it!
  8. Drills to make swing inside out

    I say, 'toe ma toe' and you say, 'toe may toe'. I would like to think that the path has been chosen relative to the target and I still maintain that face angles are easier to apply to the path. Am I the only golfer on this board who lines face to path?
  9. 2016 Olympics Discussion Thread

    I think they should have gone with a two ball foursomes format with the pro playing with his caddy.
  10. Drills to make swing inside out

    BTW, surely a minimalist or uncomplicated view of the flight laws can't be a bad thing. IMO we should refer to face angles relative to path, then we wouldn't have to do any sums. It's also easier to align and feel face angles relative to path than to target. It would also help stop the confusion about hitting outer quadrants with open club faces. I understand your stock draw but I think it would confuse the OP. I'm sure your brother in law and Trevino and co would feel awkward aiming right of target no matter what. As I mentioned earlier in this post, the OP would have a better chance of learning to swing in to out if he understood the simple basics of path. It behooves this board to explain the mechanics of the inside out swing with the simplist explanations. Phew, I seem to have got that off my chest.
  11. Uncomfortable Lesson

    I agree. Its kevin Costner's fault for putting his hands and other things too close to the lady getting the lesson in the film 'Tin Cup'. I would have probably told him to stop and would definitely not return. Its a poor substitute for finding a way to get you to experience the movement for yourself. I once had a similar experience with a pro who kept getting behind me during my back swing and pushing his left knee into the back of my right knee. I told him to stop and never returned.
  12. Drills to make swing inside out

    Understanding path and face angles.
  13. Drills to make swing inside out

    Only relative to target, not relative to path. point your line relative to path and you'll see that only a closed face can hit the outer quadrant.