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post #55 of 117
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You're so friggin' adorable. Good Luck! Hope you get medalist in you're first HS golf match.😊

Thanks for the words.. that's the plan!

post #56 of 117
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I can tell that this a not a swing that will post a 73, just 3 weeks after he started playing golf. Either the OP is lying that he only started playing 3 weeks ago, or he is lying about his score. It takes more than 3 weeks to start hitting the ball consistent enough with a half-decent swing before you can start shooting in the 70's.

You must be freaking Butch Harmons teacher if you can tell that. But once again, my swing is very consistent. 

post #57 of 117
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Is it April 1st or is the OP Gilberg's cousin? SMH

Lel - Today is August 19th, 2013.

post #58 of 117
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Originally Posted by Kelzzy View Post

Except for the 4 handicap. That's just what I've been shooting in the past 4-5 rounds. I didn't want to put a handicap because I'm a scratch player at this point without an official one, but it was required so I just gave the average jist of what I've been shooting the past week.

 

There's a big difference between a 4-5 handicap and a scratch player. And a player that shoots even par every round isn't necessarily a scratch player. 

 

And please utilize the "multi-quote" feature instead of posting 10 straight times.

post #59 of 117
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There's a big difference between a 4-5 handicap and a scratch player. And a player that shoots even par every round isn't necessarily a scratch player. 

 

And please utilize the "multi-quote" feature instead of posting 10 straight times.

It was required.. IDK why it is, but i was. I just put down a number that I've been averaging for the past week. N/A fits better IMO

post #60 of 117
Oh, I get it now. You were playing an executive par 3 course of where the par is 54, and you shot 73, which is +19. Makes sense now, thank you.
post #61 of 117
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Oh, I get it now. You were playing an executive par 3 course of where the par is 54, and you shot 73, which is +19. Makes sense now, thank you.

 

Hahahaha good guess, but nah. I play on a full 18-hole par 72 course. Canyon Oaks CC (may have heard of it.) Here's the info: http://www.golflink.com/golf-courses/course.aspx?course=1302356
post #62 of 117
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There's a big difference between a 4-5 handicap and a scratch player. And a player that shoots even par every round isn't necessarily a scratch player. 

 

And please utilize the "multi-quote" feature instead of posting 10 straight times.

It was required.. IDK why it is, but i was. I just put down a number that I've been averaging for the past week. N/A fits better IMO

 

I know that it's required. I had to register too. 

 

I'm just not sure how you figure that you're a scratch golfer if you have been shooting 4-5 over par since you started back up three weeks ago.

post #63 of 117
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I would say that your swing is EXACTLY like Adam Scott's. A carbon copy.

I see similarities between you and Tiger - you are both holding a club, and you hit a ball with it, but you have Adam Scott's move covered 100%.

Probably not what you want to hear, given that Tiger is no 1, but there it is.

To add to this, Adam Scott does NOT by any means have a bad swing. I personally love Scott's swing with his irons.

post #64 of 117
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I would say that your swing is EXACTLY like Adam Scott's. A carbon copy.

I see similarities between you and Tiger - you are both holding a club, and you hit a ball with it, but you have Adam Scott's move covered 100%.

Probably not what you want to hear, given that Tiger is no 1, but there it is.

To add to this, Adam Scott does NOT by any means have a bad swing. I personally love Scott's swing with his irons.

 

I like his swing more than Tiger's. 

 

Edit: "his" = Adam Scott, not the OP

post #65 of 117
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I like his swing more than Tiger's. 

 

Edit: "his" = Adam Scott, not the OP

LOL thx for clearing that up

post #66 of 117

When does school start again in California? Seems someone has too much time on his hands.

post #67 of 117
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When does school start again in California? Seems someone has too much time on his hands.

Lellelele it's called night time. That's when I do all my posting.

 

School for me just started today. What babes I have in my classes! Woot!

post #68 of 117
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To add to this, Adam Scott does NOT by any means have a bad swing. I personally love Scott's swing with his irons.

I guess it's a good thing, but I'll work on all of your guys' advice to make my swing more like Tigers.

post #69 of 117

Personally, I'm impressed with your golf swing but your attitude needs working on, then again this is the internet haha. Good luck on your golfing journey, at least show some humility tho lol

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Tiger at adres is much more upright. You have way to much knee flex. indeed more like Jim's swing.

Than the first part of the take away tiger takes back the club back with club face well outside his hands

yours seems to be inside your hands. This is the same in the follow trough. Only the other way around.

tiger comes back to the inside and you are outside.

 

I think you should focus on making a swing that works for you, not the swing off the most powerfull player

( bodywise ) on tour. Comparing your body shape to tiger's body shape your way off trying to copy his swing.

And claiming you got excellent results. As for that you might look more at Justin Rose or something. 

post #72 of 117
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Adam Scott is trained by Butch Harmon.

 

No he isn't. Hasn't been accurate for a few years now.

 

Your swing is not like Tiger's.

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