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Spend 6 hours a week working on my short game. Hit 100 balls at the range 3 times a week, play 54 holes a week, and shoot 80 at my home course here in Fort Collins.
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1. Handicap Below 20 (Currently Reached)
2. Break 90 Consistently (2/12 So Far)
3. Practice At Least Twice A Week (Currently Doing)
4. Get Fitted And Buy New Clubs (In Progress)
5. 36 Or Less Putts Per Round (9/12 So Far)
6. More Than 9 G.I.R Per Round (0/4 So Far)
7. Better Than 50% Fairways (0/4 So Far) [/QUOTE]
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My new goal is to make golf (actual golf, not chatting on here) part of my daily routine, even if it is simply making slow motion practice swings and putts in the living room.
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My only goal for this year is to start playing again!

Back in January, I had surgery to reconstruct my anterior cruciate ligament. For 4 months I never touched a golf club and only started doing some short game work at the start of June.

Last week I progressed onto hitting short irons and it was a huge relief / boost to discover the swing was still there. A bit tentative, but still there.

I'm planning to progress to a full round of golf at the start of July

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I just started playing this year. I currently shoot around the 104 - 107 mark consistently. I did get a 99 once. My goal this season is shoot in the low 90's and play as much golf as possible.
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1. Handicap Below 20 (Currently Reached)
2. Practice At Least Twice A Week (Currently Doing)

WORKING
1. Break 90 Consistently (2/12 So Far)
2. Handicap to 16
2. Get Fitted And Buy New Clubs (In Progress)
3. 36 Or Less Putts Per Round (9/12 So Far)
4. More Than 9 G.I.R Per Round (0/4 So Far)
5. Better Than 50% Fairways (0/4 So Far)
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Goals:

1. Gain confidence in my driver
2. Play at least 4 rounds a month (tough with work/school)
3. Re-Establish my handicap

I am sure the list will grow, but that is what I have at the moment.
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