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About 3puttssuck

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  • Birthday 04/17/1962

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    Righty

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  1. Right. The report generated after each session will allow me to create the shot zone, but I'm still curious about my original question. After several months and I've hit potentially hundreds of shots with any given club, do I need to keep the data from each individual shot or can I just average the averages from each session? How far off would the numbers be?
  2. I just found out that for $150 you can hit balls at your local PGA Superstore, with a launch monitor, and all year long. Not bad. After every session at PGA, you can get a report with all of the regular launch monitor data. I take one club with me each time and I'm trying to really zero in on my carry distances. I know that if you average averages, your data will be incorrect. My question is, how incorrect? Will I get close enough to trust that data, or do I need to keep track of N? Thanks in advance -
  3. This question is in regards to tournament play - My Garmin watch has a swing tempo app that emits a pulse to replicate a smooth tempo while hitting balls on the range. Is it legal to turn the swing tempo on during a tournament round, with or without actually addressing the ball? In other words, if your timing feels off, would it be ok to turn the app on to get the rhythm in your head while going from one shot to another?
  4. haha. How does that feel in your back pocket, Patch?
  5. Good suggestions and I've done that once, and getting ready to cantact garmin again. I have a Samsung Note 9.
  6. Thanks, RoberX. I just got the S20 and I haven't had a chance to golf with it yet, but I haven't been that impressed so far. I love how it's set up because it's simple and easy to read which will save time golfing. The problem I'm having is that I don't always get notifications on my watch from my phone. Not a huge deal when golfing, but I figure if that's a feature of the watch, it should work.
  7. Any good? Is it like other golf apps such as Golfshot and GolfLogix? Pros? Cons?
  8. Last year during a tournament, the scorecard of the guy in my group whose scorecard I was responsible for, flew out of the cart (I wasn't driving so I couldn't use the holder on the steering wheel) and into a puddle, ruining the card. That was on the third hole and I was pissed at myself for the rest of the round. This year, for tournaments, I'm going with a scorecard holder and I'm curious to know what, if anything, other than the scorecard and pencil do you keep in the holder? Course info? Swing thoughts? Motivational crap? Something else?
  9. 3puttssuck

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  10. 2017 Goals 2016 2017 Score 103 93 Drive Accuracy 58% 65% GIR 19% 33% Putts/Round 1.9 1.5 Penalties/Round 2.3
  11. Anybody ever play the RTJ Trail in Alabama? If so, do any courses stand apart from the rest? Thinking of booking a trip for March and I'm wondering what the temperatures will be around then.
  12. I'm playing TPC Sawgrass in December. Thoughts? Tips? I heard rounds there last up to 6 hours. Can't be true, can it?
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