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DBake

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About DBake

  • Rank
    Cheers and Beers!
  • Birthday 11/30/1983

Your Golf Game

  • Handicap Index
    8.1
  • Handedness
    Righty
  1. Chambers Bay, The Home Course, Gold Mountain, Newcastle
  2. Washington State 1. Chambers Bay (2010 U.S. Amateur/2015 U.S. Open) 2. Sahalee (1998 PGA Championship/2010 U.S. Senior Open) {Talked about 2012-15 another PGA Championship) 3. Gold Mountain (2006 U.S. Public Links/2008 NCAA West Regional/2011 U.S. Junior Amateur) 4. The Home Course (The assisting course for the 2010 U.S. Amateur)
  3. It only works for the pros 5 out of 10 times.
  4. If your are a solid single handicap, shouldn't you know what irons to look at?
  5. 2 iron, 6 iron, 52*, putter
  6. If you are happy with those prices and hitting "nicer" balls, I would suggest not hitting the balls over the fence anymore. It may come back and bite you in the butt.
  7. I truely believe you win match play by wearing out your opponent, keep the ball in the fairway.
  8. Sounds like you playing the same course to much.
  9. Yesterday, couldn't keep the the tee shot on the fairway for the front nine, but got it figured out on the back. 48-36.
  10. Played at The Home Course yesterday. Shot 48-36, beat my best nine hole score by one stroke on the backside, 3 birdies, 3 pars, 3 bogies.
  11. Nothing better than Mizuno doesn't matter which model. Although it seems to me that the new Nike VR's are trying to turn Mizuno loyalist with their similar looks and forged feel. I've hit them and they worth looking into.
  12. Thinking about taking my 2 iron out of my bag and strengthening my irons by one degree to add an additional wedge. That would make my 3 iron 20* and my wedge 46*. I would change my wedge set up from a 52* and 59* to a 50*, 54*, 60*. Anyone done anything similar to this?
  13. Voted No, I will keep that opinion until it is called on someone at an event.
  14. I just find it hard to beleive that any single digit handicaper can gain 15 yards just by switching drivers.
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