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post #55 of 62
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Here's an interesting question: Would that mean someone with all 5 couldn't not enjoy golf?


Probably not. That would be boring and you don't even get to see all parts of the golf course.

 

A playing partner and I were on our way home from a course one time and I mentioned how hard some of the shots out of the rough were at that course. After I said it I realized that he had almost no first hand experience of hitting a ball out of it.

post #56 of 62
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What is this "enjoying golf" that you speak of?
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I think they may be referring to the 19th hole

 

 

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Here's an interesting question: Would that mean someone with all 5 couldn't not enjoy golf?

 

Doesn't look like he's having a good time ;-)

 

post #57 of 62
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Originally Posted by LuciusWooding View Post
 

Here's an interesting question: Would that mean someone with all 5 couldn't not enjoy golf?

 

 

I think a +1 handicapper would most likely enjoy the game. Otherwise, would he be spending 5 to 10 hours a day doing something not enjoyable?

 

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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

What is this "enjoying golf" that you speak of?
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I think it's a SoCal thing.

 

Sorry, I didn't mean to rib you "winter depression" folks. We also have weather conditions that disallow us to play, gets too hot sometimes!

 

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Quote:
Originally Posted by LuciusWooding View Post
 

Here's an interesting question: Would that mean someone with all 5 couldn't not enjoy golf?


Probably not. That would be boring and you don't even get to see all parts of the golf course.

 

A playing partner and I were on our way home from a course one time and I mentioned how hard some of the shots out of the rough were at that course. After I said it I realized that he had almost no first hand experience of hitting a ball out of it.

 

He would get to see them, just not play from them.:-D

post #58 of 62
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Doesn't look like he's having a good time ;-)

 

 

What a beautiful setting! :-D

post #59 of 62

Shit that is a 300+ dollar Fujikura golf shaft. NO!!!! 

post #60 of 62

I think that's his ADDI8 from graphite design. I think he's gone back to Diamana for the most part this year but this pic looks like last year.

post #61 of 62
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Originally Posted by Lihu View Post

 

I think a +1 handicapper would most likely enjoy the game. Otherwise, would he be spending 5 to 10 hours a day doing something not enjoyable?

 

Tongue in cheek ... 

 

If I were a +1 handicapper, I don't think I would enjoy golf that much and may even quit.  All par 4s will be like driver, wedge, two putts with occasional birdie and bogey thrown in.  All par 3s will be green or near green followed by two putts or chip and putt (again with occasional birdie or bogey thrown in).   Golf will be boring.  I had 10 on one hole today.   It was simply an adventure.  Can +1 handicapper say that?  :-P

 

End of toungue in cheek.

post #62 of 62
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Originally Posted by Lihu View Post

 

I think a +1 handicapper would most likely enjoy the game. Otherwise, would he be spending 5 to 10 hours a day doing something not enjoyable?

 

Tongue in cheek ... 

 

If I were a +1 handicapper, I don't think I would enjoy golf that much and may even quit.  All par 4s will be like driver, wedge, two putts with occasional birdie and bogey thrown in.  All par 3s will be green or near green followed by two putts or chip and putt (again with occasional birdie or bogey thrown in).   Golf will be boring.  I had 10 on one hole today.   It was simply an adventure.  Can +1 handicapper say that?  :-P

 

End of tongue in cheek.

 

Okay, you got me there.

 

Still, I would love to be in that position on all my local courses.

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