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Hi All...  My name is Steven, and i work in the field of Building sciences and Natural disaster damage assessment.  golf has been my passion since i was 13 and am still at it.  My Current index is 6.7 (trending upward due to life), but I still love to work hard at this great game.  My goals for the next year is to learn how to hit my wedges the correct distances, limit three putts, and stop making so many mistakes that lead to double bogeys.  (lofty goals for sure, but doable with thoughtful practice).  Looking forward to getting to know you and learn what worked to help you enjoy this game more as well.

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1 hour ago, StevenB said:

Hi All...  My name is Steven, and i work in the field of Building sciences and Natural disaster damage assessment.  golf has been my passion since i was 13 and am still at it.  My Current index is 6.7 (trending upward due to life), but I still love to work hard at this great game.  My goals for the next year is to learn how to hit my wedges the correct distances, limit three putts, and stop making so many mistakes that lead to double bogeys.  (lofty goals for sure, but doable with thoughtful practice).  Looking forward to getting to know you and learn what worked to help you enjoy this game more as well.

Welcome to The Sand Trap! We have a couple of threads posted by our resident experts that can help with wedges.

And one on putting that can help with distance control.

 

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2 hours ago, boogielicious said:

Welcome to The Sand Trap! We have a couple of threads posted by our resident experts that can help with wedges.

And one on putting that can help with distance control.

 

Thanks boogielicious...  I will review these threads and report back my progress.

21 minutes ago, dennyjones said:

Welcome to TST!

Thanks Denny

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