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tehuti

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About tehuti

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  • Birthday May 21

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    Orange County, CA

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  1. Sunscreen on the legs, UV sleeves on the arms. From about May to October or November it's shorts weather here. I have a few pairs of lightweight golf pants, but they are still a bit warm in the summer heat.
  2. We have a hole on our local executive course that is a par 4, 379 yards. Hole #6 is the first of only 5 par 4s on the course and it is almost always backed up 2 to 3 groups deep. Primarily for one of two reasons: 1 - As you experienced, the group on the tee wait for the group ahead who are nowhere within their range, or 2 - One or more people on that hole have sliced into the 9th fairway and are waiting to hit back onto their own. Very few people on this course hit drives much longer than about 250 but they all wait.
  3. Having to wait at every hole can be brutal. On some holes it is understandable. But when you are waiting for 2 groups ahead of you on most holes then someone is just playing too slow. Last weekend for instance we were constantly waiting for the group ahead of us. But after a few holes I saw that it was actually the group in front of them that was the holdup. I don't recall having seen a marshal try to speed the pace of slow groups in a long time.
  4. I agree with all of your points. But I still think it's discipline that he has an issue with. I actually think he was good enough to still be in the NFL, but his off field antics and attitude are why he isn't there today. That being said, I could see him making A tour, but not the PGA tour.
  5. The reviews are just marketing hype to me. Pretty pictures, specs and some generic description of their "new" technology. It's just a means to get your attention and hopefully get you to check them out in the shops or at a fitter.
  6. He flamed out in a sport he has played his whole life and is a very regimented team sport. In a solo sport like golf where you have to have ungodly talent or be incredibly disciplined? No chance.
  7. I post solo rounds, but I also do not play in any competitions. For me I am maintaining a handicap for purposes of tracking my progress. So it’s just for me.
  8. If I wasn’t still happy with my Gen 1 0811x I would be all over the 0211.
  9. It worked for me. I was able to find WWOZ in New Orleans, one of the coolest stations on the planet.
  10. All of those are worth a watch. I suppose they won't resonate as much if you are not of a certain age (meaning: old). But if they were released in your youth you may appreciate them more. just MHO.
  11. I like the way it arranges the slots. I currently have a BagBoy hybrid stand bag that I really like, but I wish it had a slightly better slot setup. I either ride or use my push cart, but I still prefer having a stand bag.
  12. None of that marketing mumbo-jumbo has yet convinced me that I need to spend more than $300.00 for a driver, or $150.00 for a putter.
  13. Has anyone seen or bought one of these bags yet? They look interesting. WOODĒ 8 Hybrid Bag The WOODĒ Hybrid bag delivers a better way to organize your clubs and everything else you bring to the golf course. By separating your woods from your irons, it’s not only easier to find the club you are looking for, but also it...
  14. I take the headcover off when I am using a club and either drape it over my alignment sticks or in the basket if I am riding. I then replace it after the shot. My putter cover gets stuck to the little velcro strip on my bag.
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