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About TN94z

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  • Birthday 03/08/1978

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    Henderson, TN

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    6.7
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  1. I can agree with that. I just feel like it is more forced with Bryson. Finau looks more relaxed and in control. I just brought up the numbers because Bryson getting over 200 was all the talk not long ago.
  2. I think I remember reading when Finau went with a full swing, his ball speed was 206. Bryson is around 203 maybe??
  3. I think Rory was just using that as a springboard to voice the fact that people get tired of hearing it. On a side note, has Brooks made any comments on Reed? I could see Reed coming back at Brooks harder than anyone as he really doesn't care what people think.
  4. I read an article earlier that stated several lab companies that process the tests for Florida have reported incomplete data by not reporting the negative tests, only positive tests.
  5. I have not done a very good job at keeping this thread up to date. I have been consistently working with my instructor and have actually been playing the best I have played in years. I have slowed my swing tempo (or at least what I "feel" as slower) and have had great success so far....until yesterday. I played in a 4 man scramble and was very excited because I have been playing very well and I am usually the top player on the teams. I was not nervous as I have played with these guys before (one being my son, Jacob). And the scramble was a scholarship fundraiser so there really wasn't anything on the line. I did my normal routine which is get there early, stretch a little and warm up on the range. The warm up session went horrible. I was actually hitting a few hosel rockets, which I have not done in a long time. Everything felt weird. Even addressing the ball and just looking down felt off. Back swing felt strange. Transition was jerky. It seemed like I was trying to steer the ball instead of swinging free like normal. Even my putting was off and that is usually my go to.... What the heck causes this? I can play well for months and then all of a sudden, like someone turned off a switch, it's like I have never taken a lesson...This is probably the most frustrating thing for me right now. I feel like I am on a peak and if I could just get on over the top, I would be downhill to my goal for the year of a solid 5 handicap (I am going off limited rounds as I do not get to play that often and my handicap has some old rounds in there). Right when I think I have moved on, it pops up again. So during the scramble, the first 7 holes were this way (minus number 1 where I stuck the shot from 150 to about an inch). It was a struggle. So then I drive home thinking, "there is no way I am a single digit player with a round like that." The only real positive that I can take away from yesterday was the fact that I battled through the first 7 holes in the 100* heat and brought it back around on the back 9. I still didn't play as normal on the back 9, but it was respectable for a scramble. So then I drive home thinking, "there is no way I am a single digit player with a round like that."
  6. Very interesting and cool post. I'd love to have the opportunity to play side by side with players of that level. It blows my mind how good they are at recovery shots.
  7. Great analogy.
  8. I understand what you are saying. I was just thinking that if you take 50 in a nursing home (just using it as an example) that have their count double every 2 weeks because of the continued testing of the same individuals that continue to test positive and are being reported as new every test, then multiply that by the hundreds of nursing homes in the state, that has to change the numbers. That is all hypothetical obviously. And this info came from a nurse that works at a nursing home, but I cannot confirm with my own eyes.
  9. I have also heard that places like nursing homes have to test their residents every few weeks or so to monitor their status. Even though its the same case every time, they are counted as new positive cases with each test a resident takes.
  10. I have been hearing stories the last few days of people standing in line to get tested, getting tired of waiting so they leave, and then getting a call stating they tested positive. One of these stories is local to my area. A guy worked for a company and they had someone test positive. He started feeling bad so the company made him an appointment to go get tested. Instead of going straight to the doctor, he went home and took some meds and went to sleep. The next day he felt better so he canceled his appointment. He ended up getting called stating that he tested positive. I have not actually talked with these people but this is what I am hearing. I have read stories like this in several states. Anyone else hear these?
  11. I think some of that depends on where you have to setup to get your putter in the correct position as far as toe up, heel up, etc...
  12. I sure wish I lived closer for these events
  13. I agree totally and have that issue as well. I have always had problems hitting a half wedge shot, for example. I feel like I do not have time to get into the correct positions to get the club face where it needs to be. If I slow it down, I can "feel" what the club is doing much better, but mentally, I just think there is no way I have the time.
  14. I probably did not up until a couple months ago when I realized my putter was not sitting as it should at address. This caused me to move closer to the ball and, in turn, puts my eyes more over the ball.
  15. I think the fist bump is more apparent in my area than elbows. I still don't mind shaking hands as long as the other person comes at me that way. I tend to do whatever I see the other person lean towards. I like the first bump though. With handshaking, there is always that split second awkwardness on how hard to grip...haha. I like a firm handshake and find that some people barely even touch my hand when shaking.
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