Jump to content


Established Member
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

13 Off to a Great Start


  • Rank
    Well Established Member

Personal Information

  • Your Location

Your Golf Game

  • Handicap Index
  • Handedness

Recent Profile Visitors

952 profile views
  1. That's it? Ok. Well then I guess they did it...🥂
  2. 🤷‍♂️...I guess so. It seems like a lot of eagles to get that low on a long course. 6500 yards.
  3. Yeah, you're a pro though. This is the 4th year I've played this tournament. All the other years the winning score has been mid to high 50's. This was a new group.
  4. Played in a scramble Thursday. Winning team of 6 shot a net 49. There gross score beat the 2nd place net score of 59. People were yelling out "CHEATERS", and other insults. But they still won...🤦‍♂️

    Pace Problem

    They're not all going to be perfect, I'm a 12...🤷‍♀️ They're not all going to be perfect. I'm a 12...🤷‍♀️

    Pace Problem

    (1)The USKIDS tournament caught up to the general public players by the 11th hole. (2)Doesn't happen at my club. (3)Stop trying to "sound" smart all the time. Real intelligent people don't have to try so hard.

    Pace Problem

    If all you stupid idiots would stop waiting for the green to clear so you can hit your 3 wood 215 yards when you're 250 yards away that would help. Had some ass hat at USKIDS tournament yesterday back up the whole tournament because he hit his drive 235ish yards, and then somehow thought he could hit his 3 wood 280 yards from the rough onto the green. 5 grown men to stupid figure it out. That's why I joined a private cc.
  8. If driving distance is so high on the "to get low scores list", how come none of these long drive guys that can hit it 380/400+ yards cant even earn a spot on the lower tours?
  9. 🤦‍♂️...What a dumb post. Take a look at the handicaps posted by the members here. Do you really think 97% of the people on this forum will ever be playing at the highest level in state/national, amateur or professional tournaments? Every time somebody comes on here with different swing instruction, they are attacked, and end up leaving the forum. There should be a disclaimer when joining here that states, "Don't bother with any ideas unless the long standing members agree with them".
  10. Make the call. The first time this happened to me I was scared I'd lost my swing, and would never find it again. But as unexplainable the reason I lost it, it was just as unexplainable when I got it back. The better I get, the less frequently it happens. Very rare now, and when it does happen, the duration gets shorter, and I'm not scared, I'm just annoyed for the period of time it takes for it to "come back". BTW...I never thought about "quitting" or "taking a break" from golf because of "slump" or "loss" of my swing. I just keep playing with the swing I have. I don't understand the concept of putting the clubs away as a way to get out of a slump, or find my swing again...🤷‍♀️
  11. I'm surprised to see you don't like to tuck in your shirt, and wear a belt. Considering your retired from the Army, I would have figured you guys that served would be up for keeping it tight.
  12. So in "everyday play" you don't abide by the rules? OK.
  13. BTW...Over 100 players at USKIDS tournament yesterday and all the kids and the parents/caddies were all dressed to the nines in golf clothes. So your theory is hogwash. All those kids love showing off there individual style. Its pretty cool to see.
  14. The club champion at the club I'm a member at is playing. He shot a 66 at the qualifier.
  • Create New...

Important Information

Welcome to TST! Signing up is free, and you'll see fewer ads and can talk with fellow golf enthusiasts! By using TST, you agree to our Terms of Use, our Privacy Policy, and our Guidelines.

The popup will be closed in 10 seconds...