Jump to content

gjunkie57

Established Member
  • Content Count

    48
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

gjunkie57 last won the day on October 22 2018

gjunkie57 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

10 Now on the Tee

About gjunkie57

  • Rank
    Established Member

Personal Information

  • Your Location
    Delaware

Your Golf Game

  • Handicap Index
    25+
  • Handedness
    Lefty

Recent Profile Visitors

220 profile views
  1. gjunkie57

    Heckled More At Riviera: Kuchar Or Garcia

    Never good to disrespect or take advantage of people. He shorted the caddie. Kuchar has lost my respect.
  2. gjunkie57

    2019 Phoenix Open

    Congrats! It was a tough 4th round tho. That 7 he took on the back nine could have derailed him but he took it in stride, regrouped and won.
  3. gjunkie57

    Redefine Loose Impediments

    Rent the Hummer golf cart, throw a chain around it and drag it out.
  4. gjunkie57

    Redefine Loose Impediments

    Good points. So how long do I get to round up enough guys to move the boulder? And who carries the liability in case someone gets injured doing it? Sticks and twigs are one thing, boulders are another
  5. gjunkie57

    Redefine Loose Impediments

    This is NOT specific to Brooks Koepka, just a general observation Today Brooks Koepka hit his tee shot into an area that had a boulder in it. It took about a half dozen guys to move this boulder. Under rule 15 he gets to do this with no penalty. I think this is ridiculous. Lets redefine loose impediment as something movable by the player unassisted. Anything else is a immovable obstruction and would fall under rule 16. Rationale: Tournament players have access to assistance from their caddie, marshals, and spectators to assist with moving heavy, large objects. The average weekend player does not. So the current definition of loose impediment allows an advantage during tournament play that may not be available in other situations.
  6. gjunkie57

    2019 Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines

    Rahm lit it up yesterday on the North Course but the South Course is playing really tough. Watching Tiger, he might want to leave the flag in on those long putts. He is lipping out and missing too many birdie chances.
  7. gjunkie57

    Importance of Strike on Distance

    Yes. I had a beautiful swing that never had power in the strike zone. I was swinging from the ground up but I had no understanding of how to deliver the clubhead to the ball. Some lessons and working on path, clubface and ball position changed all of that for me.
  8. gjunkie57

    Oldest Club in Your Bag

    My cheap putter that I got from Play It Again Sports.
  9. gjunkie57

    Shanking My Wedge

    What Buckeybowman said!
  10. A puzzle. Is your ballflight the same? Maybe play the up tees for a round to see if that makes a difference. That is my novice advice.
  11. @DeadMan, if I get to denver and hitting 250 with my driver I would take line A on your course. Then go right away from the water. As a lefty I could push my shot into the drink. Laying up to 100 yards. Then I can flag hunt if the pin is not tight otherwise I am just going to get it on the green and two putt.
  12. gjunkie57

    Playing with Irons Only

    I learned to hit my irons better by focusing on hitting my driver. Weird huh. I used to practice starting PW and working my way to the driver. Not getting any better I reversed the order. And now what my instructor was telling me makes sense. Dont give up on the driver. I played four rounds with my buddies in florida last week and the driver helped knock 12 shots per round off my scores from last year.
  13. gjunkie57

    What are Your 2019 Golf Goals?

    I am new here so my 2019 goals 1. Get lessons at the START of the season. 2. Get my scores in the 80’s by working on my game from 100 yards and in. Wedges and real putter practice.
  14. gjunkie57

    Favorite Thing About Golf

    An activity I share with my son.
  15. I sliced so badly that if it stayed in the air longer it would have been a boomerange. 140 yds max with the ball spinning and rolling dead left after landing (I am a leftee). I appreciate my playing partners for putting up with that. Anyway if she had that grooved then no problem. If I had been helping her look for her ball for 4+ hours (which you were not) I would have been annoyed.
×

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...