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MarvChamp

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MarvChamp last won the day on November 11 2018

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About MarvChamp

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  • Birthday 10/19/1945

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    Fort Worth,Texas

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  • Handicap Index
    26.5
  • Handedness
    Righty

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  1. @Black Sail and @Patch, very inspiring! I was never in your league as a golfer; just a 90's shooter with the occasional high 80's score. Sept. 2017 rheum arthritis struck with a vengeance in hands and rotator cuffs and right knee. I found out it had been working on me for years. After a long recovery, it hit again Oct. 2019 after a big change of meds. In both cases, I followed @Patch 's routine and advice pretty much once the docs and phys therapy routine permitted. Now I am ready to try again. At 74 my goals are pretty simple...To practice short-slow-specific 2Xweek and play at least 1Xweek with my buddies. Scores will come along as they will. Thank you for your stories! Best, -Marv
  2. @ElWagonne first I've heard this! I knew spectator numbers were down; was TV share down too? Thanks, -Marv
  3. Since you wrote that post, old bones are doing much better. Started phys therapy on knee last week and that's doing great! Have gone to the range twice and am adjusting. So, all in all, very blessed to be looking forward to warmer weather and GOLF! Hope you and yours are well and HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL DFW GOLFERS! Best, -Marv
  4. @Papa Steve 55, my vote is the Canyon. They are both capable and comfortable trucks. Best, Marv
  5. At 74 and still battling RA, I have most enjoyment and the occasional good score from the Senior tees. Speeds up my play to match that of my younger playing partners too. Best to all, -Marv
  6. Thank you for posting this! Very interesting. Please keep us posted with the details. Best, -Marv
  7. Hmmm indeed...He was digging the ball out of a hole! Good grief! Sorry I overlooked this video. Best, -Marv
  8. I have not seen a full video. Was he taking practice swings? While looking at the ball? While looking at the hole? Thanks, -Marv
  9. Glad the "USGA/PGA Tee It Forward" program was mentioned. That has been my guide for awhile along with what was posted some time ago on TST. BUT recently started using Golf Pad Tags GPS and What a surprise! Miscalculating my driver distance by 10-15 yards! I'm an old man but my pride is really hurt. Need to get to work on this. My first stop will be a launch monitor to confirm, as was also mentioned. Best, -Marv
  10. Welcome! Cruise around the forums and topics...Bet you find something to interest you. Best, -Marv
  11. hEY @Nave ! Sorry for not responding. I am in West Fort Worth. I am trying to heal from shoulder/knee injuries (AGAIN!) so I haven't been to the range or course for over a month. Have a feeling it will be later this month, weather permitting. Let's keep it going! Best, -Marv
  12. Welcome to TST! Best of the forums! Take time to explore. Best, -Marv
  13. Both ideas...buy used and get on a launch monitor...are good. I needed to know what shaft, loft, and other dynamics were best for me as an old, slow-swinging, high HCP golfer. So I worked with a friend at Dick's. Ultimately I settled on my older Cleveland driver that I bought used online after research and comparisons. Best, -Marv
  14. Several years ago, one of the oldest courses in our town planted legumes and fescue in several bunkers that grew a few inches high. These were genuine hazards to avoid. Very difficult to play out of. But "grass bunkers" were in the original course plans from early 1900's. Best, -Marv
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