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  1. Orange lake is in Kissimmee... if I remember correctly its lie 20-min or so drive
  2. I played lake Buena vista. It was good but I played at the ledgends of orange lake... that blew disney out the water for half the price
  3. If you pay my disney trip. I'll gladly bring you to play a round of golf
  4. Was wondering if anyone has played here. Playing the ledgends course.
  5. Unfortunately driving isnt an option
  6. only get to play one round and I am trying to figure out what course to pick.
  7. Not trying to sound like a ass.. but what was the purpose of this response?
  8. This just dawning on me.. is it worth having 2 wedges with the same grind?
  9. I have a 56 k that I usually use in bunkers.. but looking to do more with the 60
  10. I'm looking to get a new 60° vokey wedge. I am unsure what type of grind to get looking at the d and k. I want the 12 or 14 bounce. But not sure what grind I need. Want the 60 for full shots and maybe short up and down shots. I dont always open the face up but try every so often. Any insight would be helpful.. I'm a high handicaper D Grind: The player’s high bounce wedge, the new D Grind offers high measured bounce with the crescent shape of the M Grind for shot making versatility. K Grind: The highest bounce wedge in the lineup, the K Grind is the ultimate bunker club and the most forgiving wedge in the lineup for all shots.
  11. Quick background .. I been playing about 2 yrs. Shot around 100 usually. I took a swing eval at golftec recently. When I swing I don't hinge my wrist. Anyways the guy had me hitting my 7 iron with the hinge method. It felt very weird. But I do know that's how something new feels.. my question was when swinging my woods and driver. Do you still hinge your wrist?sorry if this is a stupid question
  12. Yes. I just turn it on. Plug it in and a few hrs later take it off the computer. And turn the watch off till I go play
  13. I have a s20. About a yr and a half now. .I'm enjoy it. No Complaints. After a 4 hr round of golf I usually have 70% of battery left.never used another watch so I can't compare the battery
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