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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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1) I would like to be more consistant with shaping my shots.

2) I would like to reduce my handicap to a 7 or 8.

3) I would like to play a round with 36 putts or less.

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  1. Play once a week and practice twice a week.
  2. Take at least 5 lessons.
  3. Break 45 (or 90 if I ever get around to playing 18).
  4. Learn to hit my driver farther (forward) than my hybrid.

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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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REACHED
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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