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I believe you. If be touring pro you mean carrying the bags
post #92 of 246
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Originally Posted by FutureTourPro View Post

Yes, best scorer on my team, and have ten colleges that are looking to recruit me. Macmurry, North Park University, Walla Walla Community College, North Idaho College, Central College of Iowa, Transylvania, Millsaps college, Carl Sandburg Community College, Warner Pacific, and Eastern Arizona Community College.

That's quite the list.  I didn't know community colleges recruited.

post #93 of 246
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Haha no, this is the 17th oldest college in the country. number one in business majors really good college.

Wharton, MIT, and the Univ of Chicago say hi.  So do 98% of the rest of the universities in America.

post #94 of 246
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 Either you are full of horse crap or the members at your club obviously don't know how to play golf.

 

I really believe you are trolling now.

Most club championships are match play.  How do you win one by 10 strokes?

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Haha no, this is the 17th oldest college in the country. number one in business majors really good college.

 

This is just further proof that you really have no touch at all with reality. 

post #96 of 246

I will become Kate Upton's personal photographer this Summer. Because I do not have a back-up plan, failure is not possible. Failure would contradict the laws of the universe, so obviously I will be photographing those mountains by August.

 

Catch you guys later! c2_beer.gif

post #97 of 246
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Originally Posted by Mr3Wiggle View Post

Most club championships are match play.  How do you win one by 10 strokes?

because ours is stroke play?

post #98 of 246
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Originally Posted by Gresh24 View Post

 

This is just further proof that you really have no touch at all with reality. 


how is this proof? it is the 17th oldest college in the country. I don't know how that proves anything. Also I do have touch with reality, I am not settling is just the case.

post #99 of 246
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how is this proof? it is the 17th oldest college in the country. I don't know how that proves anything. Also I do have touch with reality, I am not settling is just the case.

 

You claimed it is #1 in business majors.  What were you trying to say?   

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Originally Posted by Spyder View Post

I will become Kate Upton's personal photographer this Summer. Because I do not have a back-up plan, failure is not possible. Failure would contradict the laws of the universe, so obviously I will be photographing those mountains by August.

 

Catch you guys later! c2_beer.gif


So are you doing everything in your power to get there? because I am.

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I will become Kate Upton's personal photographer this Summer. Because I do not have a back-up plan, failure is not possible. Failure would contradict the laws of the universe, so obviously I will be photographing those mountains by August.

 

Catch you guys later! c2_beer.gif

Just don't forget your pal gwlee7 who didn't try to hold you down.

post #102 of 246

Hey, Im just starting to golf.  I bought a set of Callaway x20's last night on ebay.  I realized they say -.50" after i buy. im 5'10".....am i going to be ok with these irons??

post #103 of 246

I usually try to avoid these threads but...

 

1. You're young so I won't say you don't have a chance

2. You do not have 115 mph swing speed based on that video

3. I don't believe your distances based off the swing video but it's possible you can get around the course with a good score which is what matters

4. If you're planning on going to college that is a back up plan so stop saying you don't have a back up plan

5. If you won your club championship by 10 strokes there must not be very good golfers at your club. This is not a knock on you but I've been a member at 2 different clubs and to win by 10 at either of them you'd have to shoot 2 rounds in the low 60's possibly even high 50's. The stroke play at my club this was won with 68 and 69 almost every one in the championship flight was with in 10 strokes.

6. If you want to stop the haters you need to start a thread to show your progress, what changes you're making, links to tourneys you've played, and updates on what your doing to get to your goal. The reason you are getting crap is that every week someone comes on here and say they are going to become a pro and we never hear from them again. 

post #104 of 246
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Originally Posted by clubchamp View Post

I usually try to avoid these threads but...

 

1. You're young so I won't say you don't have a chance

2. You do not have 115 mph swing speed based on that video

3. I don't believe your distances based off the swing video but it's possible you can get around the course with a good score which is what matters

4. If you're planning on going to college that is a back up plan so stop saying you don't have a back up plan

5. If you won your club championship by 10 strokes there must not be very good golfers at your club. This is not a knock on you but I've been a member at 2 different clubs and to win by 10 at either of them you'd have to shoot 2 rounds in the low 60's possibly even high 50's. The stroke play at my club this was won with 68 and 69 almost every one in the championship flight was with in 10 strokes.

6. If you want to stop the haters you need to start a thread to show your progress, what changes you're making, links to tourneys you've played, and updates on what your doing to get to your goal. The reason you are getting crap is that every week someone comes on here and say they are going to become a pro and we never hear from them again. 

 

7. All of the above.

post #105 of 246

6 pages of this crap and counting. regardless of whether or not he makes it pro, or even plays another day, he got what he was looking for... attention. Well, I ain't mad at u bro. Forgive my sarcasm thus far. I'm guessing you subjecting yourself to the inevitable criticism on this site boils down to things much deeper than wanting to go pro. I wish you the best. 

post #106 of 246

You should be applying to NCAA Division I golf colleges. Great schools such as University of Illinois, Stanford, UCLA, are all on that list... and most of those schools have a much better business program than anything that you listed (actually I would put my money that ALL of them have a better program). These schools have the best funding, and best coaches to pull you to the top of your golf game. Anything under that and you are just hurting your chances. Like you said, you're not settling, so don't settle for a community college for your chances to go pro.

 

Here's the list from 2011 I think http://www.superscholar.org/rankings/sports/golf/.

 

Also you must have been playing lights out at your club champ if your average score is 75 and you beat the field by 10.

post #107 of 246
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Originally Posted by Spyder View Post

I will become Kate Upton's personal photographer this Summer. Because I do not have a back-up plan, failure is not possible. Failure would contradict the laws of the universe, so obviously I will be photographing those mountains by August.

 

Catch you guys later! c2_beer.gif

 

Your problem is that you aren't dreaming high enough.

 

You just want to take pictures of them?!

post #108 of 246
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Originally Posted by Precis1on View Post

You should be applying to NCAA Division I golf colleges. Great schools such as University of Illinois, Stanford, UCLA, are all on that list... and most of those schools have a much better business program than anything that you listed (actually I would put my money that ALL of them have a better program). These schools have the best funding, and best coaches to pull you to the top of your golf game. Anything under that and you are just hurting your chances. Like you said, you're not settling, so don't settle for a community college for your chances to go pro.

 

Here's the list from 2011 I think http://www.superscholar.org/rankings/sports/golf/.

 

Also you must have been playing lights out at your club champ if your average score is 75 and you beat the field by 10.


I have talked to texas a&m but I want to get my feet wet per say. I won't get the playing time like I would at a d2/d3 or a community college. So I want to get that playing experience then go into a D.1 school like Texas A&M. And the coach their thought it is a smart Idea to do that.

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