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About jlbos83

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  1. I just logged in! When I get a chance, I will see if I can get the rounds I have played "blind" will upload, and how well I tagged without being able to see what I was doing!
  2. I'd pay a small annual fee. Obviously they have to have space and some computing to do their thing!
  3. Still can't log in. It's been a week and a half, if I remember right. Of course I can't see my last round that was successful, since I can't in!
  4. I have not been able to log in for a week and a half now, and no response to emails to the addresses I have. Getting a little discouraged. For all of the issues I have had from time to time, I still like it.
  5. This weekend (and still) I could not login on the app, or on my desktop. Email has gone unanswered, so far.
  6. One can probably improve through practice and self realization, but why would you not want to take advantage of knowledge already gained by others? My son can hit the ball a mile, mostly self taught, but he's not going to get much better than an occasional 90 without actual instruction, and practice based on that. I can't hit it a mile, and can shoot 90, now and then, but I am not going to get better without actual instruction, and practice based on that! I know that what I think I am doing, and what I think I am feeling are not what's happening in real life. And even when I see a video, a
  7. Take a few lessons. I spent years slicing. Many years. A few lessons, and really not that much practice, and the slice is pretty rare. I can still hit one now and then, but it isn't the most likely goof. (I have plenty of others!) I don't think what I changed really matters, since it could be different for everyone, but it's the swing, not the club! The weights in the club might be able to move you between a little bit or a draw to a little fade, but the banana? I don't think it fixes that.
  8. By doing the right thing he set a great example for the other tour players, up and coming player, and even lowly hackers. Integrity and honesty are meant to be part of the game, if they are lost, it's not the game we all are so obsessed with. Even playing by myself, when it matters to no one, I try to play be the rules, possibly to a fault. It's just part of the game.
  9. Thanks, Nave. I don't feel inspiring, but I think I'm too close to the issue to see it! I just had to live through it, and do what I was told. Thankfully, I had good insurance and good Long Term Disability coverage, and could focus on doing what I needed to do. And during chemo, that was sleep a lot! though I did sneak out to the course near the end of each cycle, when I felt closer to human! The one who was inspiring to me was my wife. I do not know how she did everything she did to get me through. She say's it was no big deal, but I don't believe her!
  10. I have grown to seriously dislike this disease. My dad has similar, though more aggressive variety that has invaded his liver. Nothing they can really do, just a matter of how long it takes. They hoped they got everything with surgery earlier this year, but obviously not. They didn't think he was strong enough for chemo when it might have helped. Did I mention that I don't like this disease?
  11. I have four, only one caught the bug! Hopefully we will be able to play together until I can't stand up!
  12. But I should have! I have been hanging around here for a long time, more than four years it seems! I started playing a bit back about the end of high school, and played (only for fun) though my early twenties. Then kids, etc., I didn't play much until I came to Arizona in 2000 (so I was 40). Started playing a lot more frequently about ten years ago. I've never been a good player. I took a few lessons right when I started out, but nothing after that for years. I was generally around a 100 shooter, with the occasional accidental low 90s, mixed with the 115s. I broke 90 for the fir
  13. The GPS seems accurate enough, most of the time, based on where it puts the shots. In my (rather educated, in this case) opinion, it is more accurate than a lot of people think. Though it is certainly more limited with the tiny antennae and relatively small processing there is in the GG device. Anyway, I don't think that's the problem. It's more of an algorithm thing, in my (also somewhat educated) opinion. It isn't really related to PRO, exactly, just to the changes that they made to the system at the time they started testing pro. There was an update, and then it started happening.
  14. Last week it appears that I 111 foot putt from the second green to the third tee, and hit my driver 37 yards back to the green. Picked up , and went down the third fairway to carry on. Then I hit a 225 foot putt from the green on #3, then my six iron from 4 tee 73 yard back to the third green. And then I decided to start playing the next hole up by the green. From the eighth green I hit a 261 foot putt to the ninth tee, and then hit my driver 199 yard down the ninth fairway, before hitting my five wood 284 yard back to the eighth green. At which point I must have picked up my ball
  15. Unless you have figured out something that I haven't, which is certainly possible, there's no way to move a shot from one hole to another, without deleting it and adding a new one. Getting it in the right spot is a bit iffy at that point. I've had cases where it puts an entire hole one the next hole, and skips a hole entirely. I have not seen any means to even add the missing hole, the round will claim to have 17 holes. As I mentioned, it never did this before that update (that was in preparation for PRO, I believe). It doesn't always happen, even on the same holes, it doesn't happen on a
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