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Gone in 60 seconds? Try like 5.

 

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@nevets88 The Owner probably wouldn't mind you borrowing his push cart, but would kindy like if you would return it for others to use 🙂

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Looks like the owner saved the cart….the clubs, not so much😂😂

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Just put the dang cart in your trunk along with the clubs!  Your golf cart is not a bicycle.  I have bolt cutters.  But I don't want your cart anyway.  It's white, like a white belt.  😄

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On 1/21/2022 at 4:07 PM, nevets88 said:

Gone in 60 seconds? Try like 5.

 

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On 1/31/2022 at 12:37 PM, Double Mocha Man said:

Just put the dang cart in your trunk along with the clubs!  Your golf cart is not a bicycle.  I have bolt cutters.  But I don't want your cart anyway.  It's white, like a white belt.  😄

You take bolt cutters with you when you go to the golf course 😂. Good to be prepared!

 

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On 1/21/2022 at 4:07 PM, nevets88 said:

Gone in 60 seconds? Try like 5.

 

Did anyone tell the guy that the ClicGear folds up to fit in his trunk?

My bag is an ever-changing combination of clubs. 

A mix I am forever tinkering with. 

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3 hours ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Did anyone tell the guy that the ClicGear folds up to fit in his trunk?

He doesn’t know how it works, yet. He just stole it from someone else 😜

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1 hour ago, billchao said:

He doesn’t know how it works, yet. He just stole it from someone else 😜

That is funny! 

My bag is an ever-changing combination of clubs. 

A mix I am forever tinkering with. 

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4 hours ago, cooke119 said:

I think the grounds keepers would have something to say. What an a-hole.

I’m not really sure where this is coming from.

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5 hours ago, billchao said:

I’m not really sure where this is coming from.

Me either. It's not like that's an area they even have to maintain very often.

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13 hours ago, iacas said:

Me either. It's not like that's an area they even have to maintain very often.

Yeah, but the landscapers are "wtf?" 😆

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    • Maybe I'm not fully understanding the math here but you think he will average a 4.1 47% of the time that he hits driver? Even though he will still likely have 190-200yds left in, and from 200 out PGA Tour players average 3.19 strokes to hole out from the fairway and 3.42 from the rough. It's not like if he hits driver he will have a flip wedge in or something, it's still going to be like a 4/5iron, maybe even a hybrid. From 460yds on the tee PGA Tour players average 4.17 strokes to hole out and that's with a much lower penalty rate than ~18% so I don't really see how he would average a 4.1 47% of the time and under 4.5 82% of the time hitting driver. 
    • Ok, I did some analysis of this using strokes gained.    2 iron 4.65-ish (26% of the time) 4.45-ish (74% of the time) *Pray you just don't hit one OB Driver 5.2 (18% of the time) * Probably less since you said right is not necessarily dead 4.3 (35% of the time) 4.1 (47% of the time) *Note, the width of that ellipse is 70 yards wide. I think that fits with what you described as your miss being more than 50 yards. Could be a bit less, than that makes driver better.  Overall, it is 4.50 for the 2-iron and 4.36 for the Driver.  This is a one-off tournament, so not sure if you want to bring crap into play, dead on the left is about 9% of the time. Right is about 9% of the time, you said it wasn't as bad as left.  82% of the time you are good and saving almost 1/3rd a stroke over hitting 2-iron.  If your short game is very good, then maybe that plays a part here. 
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