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  1. Given five seconds of thought, more than highly unlikely: almost impossible, given that there's going to be a plastic or metal cup liner in there, preventing any part of the ball from being "inside" the circumference of the hole. No?
  2. Oh, yeah, I missed that if so. I've only ever seen a ball really embed that deep on a very, very soft fairway. Never on a green. down > 1.68".
  3. Day 21 - January 20, 2020 Full swing work again. This is going to be almost everything that I do. Mirror swings in the living room while compiling code. Going to be a busy week. Went to the township to see about running a golf course this summer, too.
  4. Thomas Pagel doesn't seem to agree that there's no answer within the Rules.
  5. Light reflects off greenery, too. I like polarized lenses for playing golf.
  6. Well, Mike, it only takes one. 🙂
  7. iacas

    Swing Speed

    I think we're all smart enough that we don't need statements like that. Don't you?
  8. A lot of people put slightly softer shafts in their wedges.
  9. You do replace it. And, as it's deemed "not holed," you can't replace it so that it falls in. That would not be replacing it.
  10. iacas

    Swing Speed

    But you said 40, which is the only point I was making. And that @billchao was making before that.
  11. In nearly a hundred wedge (set) fittings… no. I have ordered just the heads myself, though.
  12. Old rule. You repair and replace it on the lip, and have to tap it in.
  13. iacas

    Swing Speed

    PGA Tour players make decisions based on what's within about a 60-yard window. So, I think you're being a bit unreasonable with your 40-yard wide window.
  14. So are you almost done for January? Looks like… 4, 8, 10, 14 left?
  15. Yes. Maybe not directly from them, but you can get heads only and add whatever shaft in that you want from a fitter or something.
  16. iacas

    NCAA Football 2019

    Let's be clear, though: that's not what you said before: It was a possibility, so I could say I got it right, too. 🙂
  17. What do you think? More here: Is this embedded ball a hole-in-one? A comprehensive investigation This mind-bending photo had everybody asking: Is a ball embedded in the side of the cup a hole in one? We tracked down the answer. (I think there's likely some of the ball above the lip, thus, the ball is not holed.)
  18. I don't find that to be true at all. I wonder if something was up with the axles or something on the CG.
  19. Day 20 - January 19, 2020 Full swing work again. This is going to be almost everything that I do. Today I did a little with the PlaneMate. You can get yours here. It was mostly to add another feeling for the transition as the backswing and follow-through stuff are fine, and I do those well generally speaking already. I'm not feeling great so it was just about ten minutes today.
  20. iacas

    NCAA Football 2019

    Dude, if "I've seen students get in trouble for accepting a free lunch." implies to you that "punishment is very likely," then I don't know what to tell you. It does not imply that. It simply says I wouldn't be surprised if they punished the students for accepting cash, and as far as I understand it, we don't really even know if they would, if only seniors and people leaving the NCAA got cash. P.S. Especially when I then link to a story where a student (Tiger) got in trouble for accepting a free lunch. $25 < $hundreds
  21. Which course are you playing for the challenge? (I could just look it up myself… okay, so… Oh, you haven't added yourself to the spreadsheet yet.)
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