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today i shot 72 for the first time today at my home course (previous best 77). its par 69 5400 yards ss 66 so not a long course but off of 17 handicap im delighted. I discovered that hitting 3 wood off the tee is a good idea on the shorter holes as if your playing from the centre of the fairway its very easy compared to even the sides of the fairway. What is the best way to continue this.

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