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About tehuti

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  1. Costco Kirkland Ball

    I’d be willing to try either one, but I have yet to see ANY K-Sig balls online or in store in Orange County, CA.
  2. My whole game is a “glaring weakness”, so I’ll take any opportunity to improve.
  3. Your Golf Game - The Uplifting Topic

    I am just excited about having passion for the game again. I knew what kind of commitment it would take to “get back on the horse” so to speak. And it took me a while. But now I am enjoying hitting the range and taking lessons almost as much as actually playing. Every time I pick up a club is an opportunity to improve a bit.
  4. I guess I should qualify my statement by saying that I play more on a par 3 course than on a normal par 70-72, so my opportunities for hitting long shots are minimal.
  5. This article may be true in general. But for MY game I find that most of my wasted shots are on or around the green. I can improve a lot faster if I can reduce my three putts and errant chip shots. THEN I can focus on getting more consistent from tee to green. This is probably because I mostly practice full swing shots on the range. So I plan to reverse this and focus on my short game for a while.
  6. Square Strike Wedge

    As an “old, fat, terrible golfer” I resent that remark.
  7. Costco Kirkland Ball

    That ball is like a unicorn. I’ll believe it when I see one. I am playing Snell Get Sum and On Core Avant right now. Those are good enough for me and at the right price point.
  8. As someone who is just getting back into the game after a couple of decades I appreciate having a fun par 3 course nearby. My goal this year is to play at least one par 70-72 course a month. And that might be tough. However I have enough time on most Sunday mornings to play the par 29 Brea Creek course and get home before noon. There are two holes that I can hit driver or 3 wood off the tee, with a few other challenging par 3s over the creek. This is how I get my golf fix between “real” rounds. Since I need as much work on my short game as anything else this is great. I can work on my drives and long game at the range.
  9. How do you battle frustration due to golf?

    I just started playing regularly again last year after stopping in the 1990s. So essentially I am starting over. Since I was a high handicapper to begin with there is really no point in getting frustrated for me. First I want to work on my game and TRY to improve. But mostly I just want to play. Local muni and par 3 courses are sufficient. Maybe if I improve enough I’ll do a Palm Springs or San Diego trip and play a really nice course.
  10. How old are your irons?

    I replaced my 12 year old no name custom irons with a new set of no name custom irons about 3 months ago.
  11. Golf Carts With GPS

    Mine kept quitting on me if I got too far from the cart path. Once I was ON the cart path and it warned me to get back to it.
  12. Golf Carts With GPS

    I played today and my cart had a gps. It was fairly helpful, especially inside of 120 yards. That being said, I would prefer if they jus had some easy to see yardage markers on the course.
  13. What'd You Shoot Today?

    My first round of 18 in 2018 was on my home course, and it was brutal. Well north of 100. It was a solo practice round to work on my new grip, but discouraging never the less. I just started taking lessons so I need to work out the changes that my instructor recommended. That’s hard, especially when I was hitting the ball fairly straight though not very long with my old mechanics. Only time (and the range) will tell if these changes improve my game at all.
  14. Well done Gipper. I hope to do the same this year.

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