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About Jrwatkins7

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  1. 1- Finally get fit for clubs! My HiBore is getting pretty long in the tooth. Club Champion full bag fitting next week... if nothing else, it should be fun with all the "toys" they will have to play with. 2- Break par at least once. Shot a couple of 74s in 2017... and a couple of 73s in 2018, and then to finish off the year I finally shot a 72 (winter rules still count, right?) 3- Be competitive in the club championship this year. Maybe I can't beat them, but I want to hang with the big boys for two rounds. If only I can stay out of my own head, I know that I can do it. (Any suggestions on how to not think too much?) 4- Play and practice as much and possible. Hopefully there will be a couple of golf trips in the cards for me this year as well. Reno and Bandon are in the works. 5- Keep my weight in check. I lost 120 lbs last year and have now gained about 30 back. I need to find a middle ground to maintain. This, I think, will be harder than breaking par. 6- ...one more I heard on a podcast this week. Birdie every hole on my home course this year. This will be fun to track. #2 and 12... I dunno.
  2. Saturday, i shot my best round ever- one over 73. The best part was that i was 4 over after the third hole,and still 4 over at the turn. I finished strong - three under on the back (also personal best). I I have shot 74 and 75s in the past couple of years, but always had started great and managed to stumble on the way in. I have lost 120 lbs in the past 5 months, and i swear i think i may be more proud of this round of golf than i am in my weight loss(which i am pretty proud of...)
  3. I searched for this topic, because I was fearing having the same issue. I am down 50+ lbs in the last 2 months (50 or so still to go...), and am now just starting to head back out to the links. I finished up last fall at 5.1( my lowest index ever) and first time out to the range i shanked my first twenty plus shots. It scared me to death. Thankfully i seem to have found my groove again and after yesterday's revision i am now down to 4.7. Don't give up, and be confident in yourself that you can get it back, and you will!
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