Played the back nine again at Minnesott with my son and my friend who’s working back from nerve injury to his right hand (numb little and ring fingers). He’s contemplating larger grips so we brought a couple irons - one midsize, one jumbo. He hit a few with each and said he could feel the clubs in his right hand better. He’s going to work with a fitter about the best grip for him. How did the round go? It was a bogie kind of day - one dbl, two pars and six bogies for a 44. Hit 5 of 7 fairways, the drives were finding the short grass today. Not quite the same on the par threes, caught the tee shot with heavy 9i on 12 to nearly pin high, but right of the green. Pitched the 58 over the bunker as the pin was tucked tight. Two putted for bogie. The other three, 14 was a 6i flushed that landed ball at the back of the green and bounced just off. Bumped the 50 to get the ball close - not close enough for a one putt par, but rather a two putt bogie. While it wasn’t the up and down saves for par, felt the overall game was consistent today. Best highlight was that there were only 18 putts - no three putts today!
I didn't know the gaps were going to be that big when I ordered the kit. The installation instructions as far as mounting them were pretty lacking, I'll do some more research and see if I can find how others have mounted it but I'm not sure how much closer I can get them to each other based on how big the brackets are and how far the brackets/motors stick out from the ends of each tube.
Edit: I did just realize I could make the side screens roll up on the insides rather than the outside like they do now which should help close the gaps some
He didn't want to spoil it for me because I hadn't listened to that one yet. It's actually a good pod cast from the few that I have heard so far. Lots of good "inside" information about players and tours etc...