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About thehillgolfer

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    In a slump
  • Birthday 11/30/1988

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  1. 1. Hunter Mahan (-6) 2. Martin Laird (-6)
  2. This game combines my two biggest time wasters. Golf and Solitaire. Perfect for increasing productivity!
  3. Francesco Molinari - (-8) Scott Stallings - (-7) Ted Potter Jr. - (-7)
  4. McIlroy(-8) Francesco Molinari (-7) Geoff Ogilvy (-7)
  5. Sergio Garcia -- (-1) Jonathan Byrd -- (-5) Robert Garrigus -- (+3)
  6. Nick Watney - 279 (wins in playoff) Jim Furyk - 279 Lee Westwood - 281
  7. McIlory - 272 (-16) Woods - 274 (-14) Mahan - 274 (-14)
  8. This might go against prevailing wisdom but I think the best way to take your game to the next level is by switching to blades. I finally got MP-32s two years ago and my iron play and overall game definitely improved. The reason I think is you stop having a crutch with the cavity backed irons. You obviously will be worse at first, but it will definitely make a better iron player. That's my two cents.
  9. my lowest nine hole round is 34... and my lowest 18 is a 73
  10. i used to play the demo for that game...you could only build 3 holes but it was still awesome and you can play the course, just host a tourney or whatever, its really basic and stuff but it can be fun to do everyonce in awhile
  11. there is a course on a river near where i live and me and my friends go kayaking down the river to pick up balls hit into the river sometimes, and from what i've seen they seem to be beneficial to the river, unfortunately, most of the balls have become the homes of snails and other such aquatic life, so i would say it doesnt hurt the lake
  12. my longest is pin high on a big downhill 410 yard hole.... on my home course i've hit a drive down to 130 out on a 490 yard hole
  13. I've got both a cg10 and a spin milled wedge, kinda to see which i liked more for when i eventually get new ones. They are really both good clubs. The spin milled seem to spin more then the cg10, but i have much better feel and distance control with the cg10. Right now i would advice getting the cg10s because they are soo much cheaper now because of the cg12s.
  14. just look at my avatar....and i cant wait for the VT vs. LSU game at the beginning of september
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