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I can't remember who he was, but a famous golfer said in an interview that he would play 2 balls... with one he had to draw every shot, the other he had to fade
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I just started playing recently and never thought about playing 2 balls but it sounds like a great idea for training. I will definitely try this next round, the course I play is usually completely dead when I go.
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