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Great book! I'm only 80 something pages in, but this is so good. I'm so happy for you guys, @iacas and @david_wedzik . I can already picture 100 years from now (medicine has impro

@MEfree you're taking the wording too literal, the book doesn't say "money back guarantee" it says it's "guarantees lower scores immediately",   It's a basic marketing technique.  Do you call TM an

Hmmm ... Got my book exactly 4 weeks ago. Handicap when it arrived:     7.4 Handicap after 7/1 revision:  6.8 After 7/15 revision:              6.4 After 8/1 revision:              

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Thanks. I'm adding the awards for those who I can tell from usernames have supported. If I miss you, PM me a screenshot of your contribution confirmation or something and I'll add it as soon as I can.

Thanks!!!

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Thanks. I'm adding the awards for those who I can tell from usernames have supported. If I miss you, PM me a screenshot of your contribution confirmation or something and I'll add it as soon as I can.

Thanks!!!

I think that you should un-do the "link" portion of the "hover box" on the badge.  I spent waaaay too many seconds trying to quickly move my cursor over the red ink that says "this thread" so I could go there and check it out, but I can't do it!  As soon as I move off the badge, the hover-box goes away!! ;)

P.S.  I'm not too bright.

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I think that you should un-do the "link" portion of the "hover box" on the badge.  I spent waaaay too many seconds trying to quickly move my cursor over the red ink that says "this thread" so I could go there and check it out, but I can't do it!  As soon as I move off the badge, the hover-box goes away!! ;)

P.S.  I'm not too bright.

Okay. :) And you were bright enough to contribute to the project!

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Relatively new here (and on Evolvr), but really like and appreciate everything you guys do. Just contributed and am looking forward to the book next year.

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Thanks to everyone who has supported the project thus far...not just empty words here...sincere thanks for putting your faith in us to do a great book! On that subject ( @iacas let me know if this should be a new thread) is there a specific place you feel you "waste" shots? We have great content mapped out already but you never know where a new chapter will come from!

Thanks again!

Dave

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I just want to take a minute to say thanks to @iacas for everything he does here. For how he and @mvmac spend their free time helping other golfers on TST. And For the great instructional videos from them and @david_wedzik . Show your thanks today by supporting this project.
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I just want to take a minute to say thanks to @iacas for everything he does here. For how he and @mvmac spend their free time helping other golfers on TST. And For the great instructional videos from them and @david_wedzik . Show your thanks today by supporting this project.

I second that. They've been patient with me and they obviously know the game.

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I'd actually like to place a large order for my local pro shop. Me and the pro are high school buddies.

I don't know if @iacas can create new packages at this point but there is an option for 25 copies at $295.00

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