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  1. Sounds like you are on the right track, one thing that people haven't touched on enough is that this is not a 1 person journey. You need to be making connections with the right people and placing yourself into situations to meet those people. Great social skills and an great attitude will attract the right people towards you, I know in my journey I've been very fortunate to make some great connections that are on my side and want to see me do as well as I can in the game. You need to be meeting people. The journey becomes a lot easier when you're friends with a wealthy busines
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  3. I agree. On my list once I move to get the books. This hardly warrants a response. In fact now that I think of it, it doesn't warrant a response. Whatever man. Judge me. ____ Nobody here knows how hard I am working on this dream and to be honest, I'm not even going to bother writing 1000 words on what I'm doing and my progress. Nor am I going to explain my own self-belief. So where does that leave us? Well.. I'm going to post on here, a side from this post and I wish the owner would ban me & delete my account. I don't need the distr
  4. Finally have found a course to join. I've been looking forever and have settled on a course about an hour and a half away from home. It's called Whistle Bear. It's a long course at around 7400 yards, 76 rating and has great facilities + it's private. Membership is about 2000 which my dad is going to help with and I will be also moving closer to the course. I was invited by the director of golf to play in the field day today, I had a lot of fun and our team played great, we actually ended up winning the tournament. (scramble). Here's some pictures from today.. Img
  5. Its stroke. Pull, push, bad allignment. My putting is by far my weakest part of my game. Average around 32-35 putts. Lets say i hit the green around 10-13 times, most of those green will be about a 25-10ft putt one or two probably under 10ft (this is going off where I played last year and had mosty short irons in) Id make maybe 1 of those putts and they arent hard greens with a lot of slope.
  6. WhistleBear. That's the course I'm going to. Very happy to have come to a decision on this. Here's what I'm currently working on. (attached image) My takeaway is awful, compare 2 web.com players on the right to my positions on the left. God awful.
  7. Still looking for a course, have my eyes set on St Charles (Manitoba) so far. I talked to the GM and the Head Pro about the course and membership, seems like it has everything I need. Does anyone here have experience at the course? Or is familiar with it?
  8. True, I wonder how hard the course was playing that day though. It also kind of makes sense, everyone is competing for presumably six spots. Of course the guys that make it are going to be shooting those scores. I read in one of the comments that Brooks Koepka said playing on the European tour is a better path than grinding in Monday Q's.
  9. The process was interesting, this is the guy that did it. Custom Fit Golf Clubs - Dan's Custom Golf Shop Custom fit golf clubs will only make a difference if the fit is right. True Length Technology is an Award winning fitting system that will keep you athletic I don't know how I feel about his system, it feels weird having a longer wedges. I couldn't tell you the technical details, I swung a bunch of different weighted clubs, he looked at my positions in addressing the ball and most of it was done by feel. I agree, I can't quite remember wh
  10. Eh, probably shouldn't follow up a 27 with a 38. The title is misleading, he was in a play-off so he didn't get in because he lost the playoff. Shooting a 27 doesn't matter if you can't follow the other 9 up with anything good. It's tough of course. That's part of the fun though. 😎
  11. You didnt have to do that man, I was only half serious about my impatience. But thank you anyway.
  12. Drove 4 hours out of town to a world renowned club fitter who learned from Tom Wishon. I agree and disagree. Better value, yes. But sooner or later I need to replace my equipment which I will expect to be good enough until I turn pro or get sponsored. ________ This Evolvr guy needs to hurry up! I'm getting impatient over here... But seriously, I can't wait to here back from Evolvr to see what I need to work on. I hope I get feedback today but we'll just have to wait and see. It's finally a warm day where I'm from so I'm going to go to the range and practic
  13. Okay, I would normally agree.... But I'm playing with old Hogan blades. My wedges are worn + not fitted. 3 wood was from a used club rack. Driver was great, until it broke and I couldn't get it fixed so my dad fixed it but he put way too much epoxy in the head. If I was playing with 5 year old equipment, yeah I would agree with you but I have shit that's 20 years old and only the irons are fitted. I definitely need to upgrade.
  14. Hahah..probably. I should get an anteater as a pet. Interesting, I'm probably going to get it...eventually. But doesn't seem like something I absolutely must have right now. It's more important to get some new, updated equipment.
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