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  1. pleader added a post in a topic Hey All - Newbie from Galway, Ireland   

    No shortage of it over here!!
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  2. pleader added a topic in Welcome, Everyone   

    Hey All - Newbie from Galway, Ireland

    I'm a 15 handicap golfer from Galway, Ireland.
    Local club is Athenry.
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  3. pleader added a post in a topic How do you prepare before a round of golf?   

    Get there about an hour before I tee off.
    Hit the range - starting from pw to 7 iron to 5 iron to rescue to 3 wood to driver.
    Then hit the chipping green for about 15 mins before heading to the putting green for whatever time I have left - usually about 15 mins.
    Then down to the tee and let one rip!!
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  4. pleader added a post in a topic what club??   


    Maybe instead of buying a new club get a couple of lessons. A hour or so with your local pro could have you hitting the driver at least as far as you'd hit 3 or 5 woods.
    Worth thinking about before splashing cash on new clubs.
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  5. pleader added a post in a topic 5 Wood Suggestions?   

    I have to agree with you on that - Taylormade woods are easy to hit well - not to mentions are easy on the eye.
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