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JGus last won the day on May 8 2017

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  1. I can't honestly remember if it's my lowest 9 hole score, but shot a 38 on the front yesterday, and followed that up with a 42 on the back, ugh.
  2. I'll try to get through it, but usually can't handle Brandel for more than 30 seconds, something about him annoys the crap out of me.
  3. Voted No, to me it's a ridiculous argument with stuff like this.
  4. Based on @anaveragehacker saying he didn't think it was an upscale course and the fact that he left after 9 leads me to believe that it wasn't Whiskey Creek, don't think anyone would pay that rate and just leave after 9. The only other courses that come to mind that I can remember having an elevated tee on 10 are Musket Ridge and maybe Little Bennett, but can't fully remember #10 there, and they are around Frederick, MD, so not sure if he would have been that far west. But either way, it's all a guessing game as there are a lot of courses around the area.
  5. Saying a D.C. area course doesn't really narrow things down, were you actually in D.C., Virginia, or Maryland, this may help identify it if you know.
  6. I can't say that I have fixed it as the Sh**ks still pop up every now and again, but I think that's just because I don't focus on what I need to be doing. What I focus on is keeping my right elbow pushing in towards my left arm during the backswing, this helps prevent it from lifting and flaring way behind me which pushes my right hand forward while my left hand is trying to go back. When I do this correctly my right elbow is in the proper position for my downswing. This also helps the right shoulder to actually turn back instead of pushing forward. And lastly I try to keep my right hand flat, like holding a tray or pizza at the top of my swing. The toe of the club is a little open compared to how it should be when the club is parallel to the ground on the backswing, but it's the only way, as of now, that helps prevent it. For your grip, I would look around the site as there are a couple good threads on how to properly grip the club. Best way is to lift the club off of the ground while you're gripping it, this has helped me to prevent the clubface being closed. Hopefully that makes sense?
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    And side note, where my daughter got married this past Friday.
  8. Didn't see the headcover, but I don't use the one that comes with the driver anyways so it wouldn't have any impact on my buying decision.
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