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Tonywoods

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About Tonywoods

  • Rank
    Mini-Golfer
  • Birthday 11/30/1966

Your Golf Game

  • Handicap Index
    12
  • Handedness
    Righty
  1. Any adjustments recommended for S&T; pattern and hitting out of a thick lie in the rough? I have been playing the ball back, like I am used to, but as our rough has thickened up this year I have been struggling, irons really seem to close up fast, resulting in pulls. Trying to hold the face from closing really seems to throw me off.
  2. From the post, there was definitely no “keeping score” going on. One nice thing about betting on our game is that it often encourages actually playing golf (by the rules that is). So, we never completed the first hole, then -
  3. I took one bay of my three car garage (the bay where I still park my car) and set it up for practice. When the car is out, I hit balls across this bay. In the middle bay I set up a mat. At the side wall of the third bay I set up a floor to ceiling net on a roller track slide. When is use the net pulls out to 12 ft. wide, otherwise you slide it back like a curtain so it does not waste space in the garage or get in the way of the car. I just weight it down with some 5 lb. plastic dumbbells on each end so it stays in place when in use. I set up an old laptop with c-swing for video, and go
  4. This originally confused me because the article can lead you to believe the pitch was on the green if not read closely, but after researching better versions of the story the pitch was on the fringe, which makes it an improvement of line of play issue. Then you have Bryant acknowledging that the area was part of his line (interpreted by the USGA officials as allowing it to be improved) to seal the violation. A bad situation, because I would be about 100% certain that Bryant would have known that the pitch could not be repaired if part of his line – he just got caught up answering the questio
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