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Are you a Better Golfer than a Year Ago?

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  1. 1. Are you a better golfer than you were one year ago? Are your scores and/or handicap index lower?

  2. 2. One year from now, do you think you will be a better golfer (lower scores and/or handicap index) than you are now?

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1 hour ago, Double Mocha Man said:

If you still like your wife you need to spend more time with her. Talking, laughing, dining out, cocktails at an oceanside bar, small road trips.

You can still spend as much time as you do at playing golf. And thinking about golf.

This is the start of my new advice column for the lovelorn.

My internet went out during the rain storm the other day and I had to spend some time with the family.....they seem like nice people.


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Finished out last year shooting just under 90.  Finished 2020 about 10 strokes higher, so yes I am doing better.  Had the best front nine ever last week with a 1 over 37.  This lets me know my game is getting better.  Goal for 2022, will be to “average” 9 GIR/nGIR.  This means the approach game has to vastly improve.  

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Because of playing very little golf over the past 3 years I honestly hope to change things this year and devote more time on this game I love. I think I'm closer to a 7 when I get my ghin updated.

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Yes, massively. Have started getting my short game in order (glaring weakness) and a series of lessons and swing changes mean I have way more control over low point and therefore striking.

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