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  1. I'll give you a reason it "should" bother you and anybody else that frequents places that have what I would call an obvious dress code. If people want to wear jeans or any clothing that would be considered less appropriate than the obvious why don't they just go to places that everybody is wearing that lower tier of clothing? Why do they have to try and bring "down" the bar to their level instead of once in a while raising their dress to the higher level.


    Great game! 👍

    Does Modern Golf Instruction Always Help?

    Iacas what are you're thoughts on "group" lessons vs. "private" lessons. Girl 11 boy 12 have had private lessons 3 years ago and have since been in group lessons 1X/week. I've watched other kids kind of plateau so I'm thinking of switching from group to private 1X/week. The instructor says at there age group is better because having peers practice together keeps them more engaged.

    Rolling Balls Yield More Aces

    I didn't know when stating an "opinion backed up with facts" you could use words like probably and unlikely. No fans around? He's on The European Tours Twitter acct.

    Rolling Balls Yield More Aces

    What does anything you said have to do with it?

    US Kid's Golf - New 5 year old questions...

    You don't need anything. Sign up and go play. 6 and under play from about 25 yards. I haven't measured it but that's what it looks like when we get up to the green we see their tee markers.

    Rolling Balls Yield More Aces

    Just watched the video that guy is a freaking idiot. Throwing clubs? SMH...

    Rolling Balls Yield More Aces

    My 11 year old daughter this year in August got a H.I.O. 135 yards with a 3-wood with about 20' of roll.
  9. I've read several of Bob Rotellas books, "Zen Golf", "The Inner Game of Golf", and a 3-4 other books on the mental game of golf. A common theme in all those books as it relates to this thread is to definitely CARE about the result of your shot but never WORRY about it.
  10. I play with a closed stance and just out of curiosity googled "closed golf stance" and this thread popped up. The title is exactly what happened to me when I was introduced to a closed stance. An effortless inside swing. I could not no matter what I tried start inside to out. I was ott and steep. As soon as I closed my stance my swing shallowed out and stayed inside. Gained big yardage too. Almost eliminated fat shots instantly without any other swing changes. I was always hanging around the 19-20 handicap range and after adopting this change I got down as low as a 12 and have not been higher than a 15 since. (14 now). I also scored a lifetime low round of 75.
  11. Yeah ok until someone on here will say no keep working on the long game because that's where you will shave strokes.
  12. I'll bite also. My son and daughter play USKIDS tournaments and I see all the time where 1-2 kids out of their age group will drive it 20-40 yards further than the rest of the kids and still get the same score as the top 4-5 because the other kids are 1-2 putting. Also I play in a money game every now and then and I will drive the ball 20-30 yards past these old timers and they still beat me or tie. I'm on in regulation and 2-3 putt they get on in 3 and 1-2 putt.

    How to get a Lean Body?

    I've been "kind of" eating keto and lost 20 lbs. (215 to 195) in 5 weeks no exercise but golf also.

    Is pace of play (or slow play) a real problem?

    See now in the previous posts a bunch of you were saying 4 hour rounds are "slow" now you're saying 5-6 hours is slow. I would have never said a word if we were talking about 5-6 hour rounds. That's slow. I have problem when someone says 4 hrs. is slow. Oh and thanks for my picture 🤝

    Is pace of play (or slow play) a real problem?

    With that logic someone could say that 2 1/2 hrs. is slow then.

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