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Inspired by the fashion thread. Let's see what you look like on the course. Here's me. I look really goofy in hats.




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Pics from Florida in February. I'm 5'11 and get dwarfed by my buddy with the flair hair. He is one hell of a stick though (me on the left).


On my tip-toes (man I feel short)


Last one.

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Thanks, Ben. My buddy took the water shot when we did senior skip day in High School. It was a Par 5 and I went for it in 2 and the ball rolled off the green to the edge of the water. My girlfriend took the first pic of me warming up on the range. The last picture was really great cuz we played the back 9 where the highest score of the hole had to take a shot of rum...my buddy lost.

Here is the result of my divot with my hybrid lol you could say I hit it fat.
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Here are the only golf pictures I've got. None too high quality... These are at the Alisal River Course in Solvang, CA. It's notable as the golf course that was used in the movie "Sideways."



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Thanks, Ben. My buddy took the water shot when we did senior skip day in High School. It was a Par 5 and I went for it in 2 and the ball rolled off the green to the edge of the water. My girlfriend took the first pic of me warming up on the range. The last picture was really great cuz we played the back 9 where the highest score of the hole had to take a shot of rum...my buddy lost.

Oh my god hahaha.

That's hilarious. Unfortunately I don't have any pictures of me yet, but I'll try and take some soon enough! No promises though.
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Pics from Turtle Bay this past December.
Here I am setup for super draw

Final result after I tried the super draw


Videos are always better



this was all last year...since then i've changed up my driver and woods swing to a 2 plane swing... irons I start off with a slight forward press to adjust my timing issues.
really wish I had the video of the 2 drives I crushed at Skyview Golf the other day.
both down hill..
drive 1 drove a 360 par 4
drive 2 drove a 385 par 4

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