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MasonAsher2014

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About MasonAsher2014

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  • Birthday 05/14/1996

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    2.5
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  1. Hey guys. Took a break from golf for a few years and didn't come in here too often. Started up a business and now have a ton of free time to practice/play. I hadn't touched a club in over a year until yesterday. Let me know what you guys see here. I need to eliminate the dip in my swing still but for not swinging a club in over a year hitting balls, putting, and chipping did not go so bad. Was hitting it just a little thin with my irons and a little fade-y with my driver along with a rollover foul ball down the 3rd base line. Going to hit the range a few more times before I finally go ou
  2. Ended yesterday at E, today -1. Just had a few shots that cost us. 3 3 putts did her in and a shanky 5I on 16 today that led to a bad leave and double. Cut looks to be at -3, Play is delayed right now and some haven’t teed off. Will update tonight or tomorrow with a full recap and pictures!
  3. Haven’t updated this quite yet, I will tonight once I get home. Have been really busy with it and then having to close at work. Here’s the leaderboard: http://www.lpga.com/tournaments/indy-women-in-tech/leaderboard I tee off at 12:26 and the player I’m caddying for is Kelly Shon.
  4. Not sure if this is the appropriate Topic, but this week I’ll be caddying for an LPGA pro in the event in Indianapolis. They have a list of caddies in the area that if something happens we can step in, like if a player is caddie is not able to make it. So this week, I’ll be on the bag of a professional golfer. It’s a cool experience, and I was wondering if any of you have had the opportunity to caddy in a professional event? What’s it like? I’ll try and post each day about what happens if you would be interested in that. It will be a neat little look into a week on the LPGA tour.
  5. The club I work at doesn’t even use handicaps for it. You must play member tees and lowest gross is crowned senior champion. They do a Blue tee and White tee division where the white tees are 600 yards are shorter but only 6 or so guys play in it. No one complains since it’s a gross champ. There is a net division for each tee, but they aren’t given a trophy or anything just shop credit.
  6. Well, yesterday was a little rough to say the least. I looked at reviews of a bunch of courses in the area and wanted to play one of the nicer ones. This was a nice course for sure. A two-ended driving range, huge chipping area and a great course set-up. It's a links course and they guys who I was paired with said that the wind never stops blowing. It was a tight and tough course which I liked, the par 5's are decent lengths and you must have a tee shot in the fairway to get home in two, if not, you had to lay-up for the most part. The par 4's were all long besides a couple under 400 yards so
  7. Well, it’ll at least be 2 years before that “on purpose”. So I’m thinking it will be decently accurate.
  8. Thanks! Heading off to the course now for another 18 at a new course...with no rangefinder. I haven't really actually ever tried to improve my golf game, in college our coach wasn't really that great so I had no instruction stemming from that. Actually, I'll be able to play more. I will be 7 hours away and she let's me play golf whenever I want to really. So, I don't think it'll dwindle at all, more like pick up. Thanks, I appreciate it.
  9. My first round in a few weeks went pretty solidly. I played at Coldwater Golf Links, a course in Ames, Iowa where I will be moving in January. I moved my girlfriend in this past Sunday and am staying here til the end of the week. Had a job interview this morning at a place across the street, and I would probably end up getting a membership here so I wanted to try out the course. It's a pretty solid track as evidenced by their website http://www.coldwatergolf.com - Although the course was a little rough this round since they had 10 inches of rain in 3 hours back in June, you can tell in th
  10. Well, I am getting back into the game. I have played a little over the past few months ( after quitting college golf), and I am looking to get down to a 1.0 by the end of this year as I am currently a 2.5. I am looking to get to a +1 by the end of next year. By doing this I will be practicing 3 times a week for a few hours and playing hopefully twice a week (this is all I will be able to manage). I know a drop of 3.5 is rather large, but to get to a 2.5 I never really practiced much in the past. I am have been bitten by the competitive bug and will manage all of my rounds and my practicing via
  11. The $1 balls are assorted Callaway, Taylormade, other Titleist (non-ProVs), Nike, etc... no Top-Flight, practice balls, etc. These are found in the rough, heather, and woods off the many tees that we have that have trouble in play. Most don’t go into the trees to find them (top 100 course, they have the money to drop another). None will be pulled from the water. Thanks!
  12. Day 2: Today I putted after work for 15 minutes working on my lag putting from 20 feet to 50 feet.
  13. Have approximately 140 golf balls for sale. I work at a nice Country Club and want to start selling some balls. They range from ProV1s-Srixon and everything in between. Selling ProV's for $3 a piece, these are in great shape and have minimally been used. Typically will have been used a hole or less. Selling lesser ProV's and Callaway Chrome Soft's for $2 apiece, these will be lightly used and will have no scuff marks or wedge marks but will have signs of a little use. Selling all non-ProV's for $1 apiece. These balls will be assorted but will be in great shape. Will
  14. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1idVlclBJ08p19UsprXD7jpAt8TjiYrymMZWbmEPtQFw Heres the 90 (which now that I go back I realize was an 89) As you can see, the difference is basically everything, having not played a ton my clubs weren’t THAAAT wild. But they were pretty wild, just missing spots. I didn’t make any putts either which certainly contribute to it. I don’t have a SG for the 68, as I didn’t write down my shot distances. But I may remember them enough to do one. When I shot 68 I just putted really well and hit about 6 close wedges.
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