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Over the past few weeks everything has come together, accept my scores. I feel like right now I don't have any one real flaw in my game. Normally I'm battling my driver trying to keep it in the fairway, or hitting my wedges fat, but right now, I donno it's like everything has started falling in place and I feel like I'm on the verge of putting up some solid numbers. Has anyone else had this happen, where they could feel improvement and not see it and then all of a sudden it started showing up? I'm hitting longer and straighter then I have all season, and have become very very good within 160 yards. I'm playing tommorow with my dad for the first time in a few weeks and I'm hoping it comes together.
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Over the past few weeks everything has come together, accept my scores. I feel like right now I don't have any one real flaw in my game. Normally I'm battling my driver trying to keep it in the fairway, or hitting my wedges fat, but right now, I donno it's like everything has started falling in place and I feel like I'm on the verge of putting up some solid numbers. Has anyone else had this happen, where they could feel improvement and not see it and then all of a sudden it started showing up? I'm hitting longer and straighter then I have all season, and have become very very good within 160 yards. I'm playing tommorow with my dad for the first time in a few weeks and I'm hoping it comes together.

Bwaaa Haaa HAAA!!!!! You're gonna get bitch slapped by the golf gods. Don't be goin' out buyin' ProV's just yet 'yo. LMAO!!!!
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Bwaaa Haaa HAAA!!!!! You're gonna get bitch slapped by the golf gods. Don't be goin' out buyin' ProV's just yet 'yo. LMAO!!!!

was that supposed to be funny? lay off the man. look man just try and keep your head on and play everyshot one at a time and dont let thought of failure enter your head while playing. right now mental toughness is what will get you to that next level. good luck.

-matt
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was that supposed to be funny? lay off the man. look man just try and keep your head on and play everyshot one at a time and dont let thought of failure enter your head while playing. right now mental toughness is what will get you to that next level. good luck.

Thanks man thats why I'm going to attempt to do. Anyways "Ghetto Prez" I dont understand your need to type the things you do on a message board? Are you that much of a white nerd that you try to talk up to people on the internet, trying to make them think your some sort of a thug?? You sound friggen ridiculous, at least your posts that I've read, and beyond that you never offer anything to say "your gonan get bitch slapped by the golf gods" wow, clever. Perhaps you can go back to your DND forum where you're other wanna be friends find this chatter amusing or useful, if not please don't comment in my threads.

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Yeah I was feeling the same way just a little while ago and right now I have been on FIRE recently, shooting 38 and 37 respectively my last 2 times out.

The scoring will come.
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My driver just came into place this year. I was amazing. I love nike.
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You didnt read the article in SI by Rick Reily about the Golf Gods did you? You should never talk about how close you are or how lucky you've been. It will only come back and bite you.
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I know the feeling my short game is on fire, hybrids and 3 wood are down the middle,driver is either on or way off , if everthing comes together get out of my way just go out there relax and play for fun and don't push it !
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Thanks man thats why I'm going to attempt to do. Anyways "Ghetto Prez" I dont understand your need to type the things you do on a message board? Are you that much of a white nerd that you try to talk up to people on the internet, trying to make them think your some sort of a thug?? You sound friggen ridiculous, at least your posts that I've read, and beyond that you never offer anything to say "your gonan get bitch slapped by the golf gods" wow, clever. Perhaps you can go back to your DND forum where you're other wanna be friends find this chatter amusing or useful, if not please don't comment in my threads.

Damn, that hurts 'yo. I was just funnin' witchoo.
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