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Thanks Carl. 

Treat the practice rounds the same jsgolfer. I get a game plan for where to miss and my "green light" opportunities. But the game plan is adjustable depending on the situation.

 

 

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3 hours ago, RandallT said:

@GolferPGA, I'm a moderator here, and now that the thread has gotten a bit of traction, it's only appropriate to demonstrate that you are indeed @KyleReifersPGA. Reddit has a procedure that I understand encourages the person doing an AMA to post something that only they could post as a means of proving they are who they say they are. Some suggestions:

1. Retweet something from @the_sand_trap on Twitter. Or tweet a picture of yourself from Vegas or something… be creative.

2. Send a PM @iacas or another moderator something that demonstrates you are who you are.

3. Post a photo of a scorecard with "Happy Halloween 2016, TST" from Shriners.

Or something else. Your call. Thanks a lot. At this point, readers should be wary, and any professional golfer posting here would surely understand that - with no hard feelings. 

How about it Kyle?

That is my question-Happy Halloween.

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On 10/30/2016 at 5:13 PM, GolferPGA said:

Very astute analysis iacas. I will try to improve upon my ball striking. Adam Scott is an absolute machine though.

So I'll state up front that I agree with Erik's point about long game giving you more potential value to climb the ranks. What's your perspective on what part (tee, approach, short, putting) of your game (at your current level) would be the easiest to improve in enough to: 1. make more cuts  2. crack the top 50  3. snag a win? Which part  of your game was toughest to improve from college days until you were finally able to make the tour?

What is your average score (or range within 3 strokes of what you typically shoot) on you home course and your home course HCP if you have one and what's the course rating?

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Actually, I will be in Vegas tomorrow (Tuesday). staying at Bally's. I have to pick up my lady who I sent ahead of me. If you want to look me up, have a drink or something. The casino can probably locate me. 

James Hunt

(I may stop by Bear's Best and say hello to Paul Wilson), 

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6 minutes ago, jsgolfer said:

I take it that Elvis has left the building.

Yeah - I doubt the OP is able to comply with any of @RandallT's requests. 

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1 minute ago, CarlSpackler said:

Sure he could. It's not hard to tweet " I <3 TST." :whistle:

Hahahah ah  - I guess you've got a point. 

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4 minutes ago, woodzie264 said:

Yeah - I doubt the OP is able to comply with any of @RandallT's requests. 

Bit premature to jump to that conclusion.  Seemed pretty legit and probably has better stuff to do than this.  I think @RandallT's request was reasonable but for any number of reasons, I can see why he wouldn't care to comply.  I enjoyed his insights while they lasted.

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2 minutes ago, woodzie264 said:

Hahahah ah  - I guess you've got a point. 

He can't because he's not Kyle Reifers. He's a teacher or, more likely, a student at Princeton High School.

Just now, Gunther said:

Bit premature to jump to that conclusion.  Seemed pretty legit and probably has better stuff to do than this.

It wasn't premature.

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3 minutes ago, iacas said:

He can't because he's not Kyle Reifers. He's a teacher or, more likely, a student at Princeton High School.

I'm glad you finally decided to show your cards, @iacas. It pained me to see people continue to seek this guy's opinions.

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Just now, woodzie264 said:

In glad you finally decided to show your cards, @iacas. It pained me to see people continue to seek this guy's opinions.

I actually wanted to toy with him for a while. Oh well. I guess I'll have to wait for the next "tour pro" to come along. 

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3 minutes ago, iacas said:

He can't because he's not Kyle Reifers. He's a teacher or, more likely, a student at Princeton High School.

It wasn't premature.

Well, fk me and fk that kid.

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1 minute ago, CarlSpackler said:

I actually wanted to toy with him for a while. Oh well. I guess I'll have to wait for the next "tour pro" to come along. 

I did too :-P

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7 minutes ago, iacas said:

He can't because he's not Kyle Reifers. He's a teacher or, more likely, a student at Princeton High School.

It wasn't premature.

I'm thinking he is the High School golf coach. :-)

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