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I went to Whispering Woods Golf Club yesterday, 11/4/17, with one of my golf friends, Max. The weather was weirdly nice for a November in Erie. I bogeyed the first hole (I usually do) and as we were d

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22 hours ago, iacas said:

If you feel like you are going to be very lucky, yeah, sure. :-) 

Haha i know that I have better chance to win the lottery before have a HIO. 

And it is hard to have the discipline to NOT aiming for the flag all the time. Sometimes you just lose the focus. 

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1 hour ago, Binh Nguyen said:

Haha i know that I have better chance to win the lottery before have a HIO. 

And it is hard to have the discipline to NOT aiming for the flag all the time. Sometimes you just lose the focus. 

The flag was pretty much in the middle of the green. It's red, too, which means it's a front pin. If it was back left on that hole and she'd aimed at it, or even middle left, now that would be a different story. Front left means…

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On 8/11/2017 at 8:03 PM, iacas said:

The flag was pretty much in the middle of the green. It's red, too, which means it's a front pin. If it was back left on that hole and she'd aimed at it, or even middle left, now that would be a different story. Front left means…

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Means bunker? :p

Aiming for the flag is a right choice then? A little bit right of the green would be a little safer. I have no ideas about her ball flight though. 

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6 hours ago, Binh Nguyen said:

Means bunker? :p

Aiming for the flag is a right choice then? A little bit right of the green would be a little safer. I have no ideas about her ball flight though. 

What I’m saying is “front left” is about three yards from “front right.”

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You sure you only play off an 8.5?  Do you play back tees but enter scores with the junior tees rating/slope or something?

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