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Originally Posted by FooFader View Post
 

WOW, thats substantial progress in just 2 days! Good job! Looking forward to seeing you consolidate on that good work over the next few weeks and months :-)

 

It seems like a few days in that magical studio in Erie and people can change the picture more significantly than in the entire past year. 

 

 

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Originally Posted by colin007 View Post
 

good grief jason, thats an awesome impact position.  you bastard....:beer:

 

 

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Originally Posted by cipher View Post
 

I was going to say something like this.  Nice work EJ!

 

 

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Originally Posted by Hammer 4 View Post
 

Lookin pretty good there EJ..

 

 

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Originally Posted by jamo View Post


Yeah, really. You've got a great looking swing for a 20.

 

 

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Originally Posted by mdl View Post
 

And on topic, really impressive changes over two days EJ!  Love that new impact position.

Thanks guys, really happy with the progress!

 

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Originally Posted by JetFan1983 View Post
 

 

Great, great job........

 

..... finally figuring out how to export photos from analyzr :-P 

I actually already knew that but forgot.

post #632 of 1006
I'm calling bull***t on the 20 hcp!

You stay up north until that hcp catches up to that swing!b2_tongue.gif
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BTW, Jason, don't think that all of the praise means you're completely off the hook for the "sprained ankle" stunt.  You're still a dillweed!!!

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BTW, Jason, don't think that all of the praise means you're completely off the hook for the "sprained ankle" stunt.  You're still a dillweed!!!

 

Hey, not everyone fell for it.

 

I was kind of wondering how he could have sprained it playing goalie. . .

 

BTW, Nice swing Ernie (aka Jason).

post #635 of 1006
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BTW, Jason, don't think that all of the praise means you're completely off the hook for the "sprained ankle" stunt.  You're still a dillweed!!!

:w00t:

post #636 of 1006
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post
 

BTW, Jason, don't think that all of the praise means you're completely off the hook for the "sprained ankle" stunt.  You're still a dillweed!!!

 

Yeah.  I am still pissed about this as well.  

 

Don't forget about "The boy who cried wolf".....

post #637 of 1006
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Ok. Going absolutely bat-sh!t stir crazy here with nowhere to practice everything I learned. Still many, many, many weeks before the ranges open up. I hope to Christ I don't lose it all.

I cut an old 6 iron in half and overlapped it and wrapped the whole thing in electrical tape to create a half-length practice club. Gonna try using that to at least practice my explosion piece. I'll mix in some pump drills to work on my palmar flexing but GOD DAMNIT I want this effing snow GONE!!!!!
post #638 of 1006
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Ok. Going absolutely bat-sh!t stir crazy here with nowhere to practice everything I learned. Still many, many, many weeks before the ranges open up. I hope to Christ I don't lose it all.

I cut an old 6 iron in half and overlapped it and wrapped the whole thing in electrical tape to create a half-length practice club. Gonna try using that to at least practice my explosion piece. I'll mix in some pump drills to work on my palmar flexing but GOD DAMNIT I want this effing snow GONE!!!!!

I just checked. Round trip airfare, Montreal to Orlando, $268.

Just sayin'..... a1_smile.gif
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post

I just checked. Round trip airfare, Montreal to Orlando, $268.

Just sayin'..... a1_smile.gif
Are you giving me 9 strokes a side?
post #640 of 1006
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Are you giving me 9 strokes a side?

 

Hey just be glad, you'll finally be able to play "Preferred Lies", like the pro's do. :-D

 

I think you need to get an automatic bump down to a 20 handicap for the lesson you go, lets call it an adjustment. :-P

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Hey just be glad, you'll finally be able to play "Preferred Lies", like the pro's do. a3_biggrin.gif

I think you need to get an automatic bump down to a 20 handicap for the lesson you go, lets call it an adjustment. b2_tongue.gif

Probably right, but if he comes down for a couple of days, I'll do my part to help subsidize the trip by giving him the 18. a1_smile.gif
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Probably right, but if he comes down for a couple of days, I'll do my part to help subsidize the trip by giving him the 18. a1_smile.gif

 

Then he can cook for you, and tell you made-up stuff about eight-day weeks and 18-hour days in Canada. :-) 

 

And maybe he'll type out the name of that cheese he talked about so I can find it.

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Then he can cook for you, and tell you made-up stuff about eight-day weeks and 18-hour days in Canada. :-) 

 

And maybe he'll type out the name of that cheese he talked about so I can find it.

 

I'll just call it squeaky cheese curds. 

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Then he can cook for you, and tell you made-up stuff about eight-day weeks and 18-hour days in Canada. :-)

:-$

I think @saevel25 was little thrown by that discussion. Cary though it was hilarious. 

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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

I'll just call it squeaky cheese curds. 

Bring it on!

post #646 of 1006
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

Bring it on!

 

 

Now that is a coronary!!! 

post #647 of 1006
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

I'll just call it squeaky cheese curds. 

Bring it on!

 

 

AAaaahh....

 

Puotine???

 

Doesnt Mcdonalds actually serve that in Canada?

 

When I used to go to Canada fishing, we would order that all the time.

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To be clear, I meant the cheese that sounded like "fun" or something, that you said was like Mozarella and Provolone but with more taste and good melting properties.
 

Googling "fun cheese" isn't proving to be very productive.

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