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About Spec138

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  • Birthday 11/30/1988

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  1. I always focus on alignment the most in my pre-shot routine. Here's what I do: 1. Step behind the ball a couple feet 2. Take my club shaft and hold it infront of me vertically, passing the shaft through the ball and my target. 3. I move the club and find something a couple feet infront of my ball that was on that line. 4. Address the ball, making sure your club face is square to your target. Hope this helps!
  2. Mine came a couple days ago on a 505 yard par-5. Had about 200 in and I was in light rough above a fairway bunker. Hacked it out and low and rolled it about 20 yards up to 20 feet. Made the 20 footer for eagle!
  3. Haha, nice Fantasy League rule btw. How about footwedge?
  4. I'm no pro by any means, but it looks like your legs are too active to me. Looks like you kinda dip your butt down a bit when you go through the ball. The majority of your power comes from your base and any extra movement not related to hitting the ball loses energy that could be used to strike the ball. Maybe you should try being a little more simple and quiet with the legs in your swing.
  5. This is a good point. When I play my best, I'm concentrating over every shot, but I wouldn't be able to tell you what my score is overall. Sometimes I play music on my phone if I'm alone on the course.
  6. I have always struggled with falling apart at the end of a round, especially when I'm under pressure and concentrating. I'm sure you stay hydrated and if not, you should lol. Something that has helped me recently: I buy a Payday at the course on the front 9 and the back 9. Has peanuts which are a good source of proteins and such, and I have actually seemed to play my back 9s better now. Of course I would assume some crackers with peanut butter in them might help as well. Hope it helps!
  7. Hey everyone, golfer from Texas here. Currently in college and 20 years old. Been playing golf since I was about 12 or so. Found this forum one day and finally decided to join up. If anyone wants to know more just ask!
  8. I've never had an under par round but I have shot E one time. Couple days ago I was 4 over (40) on the front nine and carded a 74 (Par 72), that was probably the best I've played to come back anyways. First time I shot under par on a single side too.
  9. I probably only average 1 or 2 per 18 holes, but my short game is good enough to keep me out of alot of bogies.
  10. Sounds like a good deal, but man 94 holes in 2 days, don't know if I could take it lol
  11. Age

    I'm 20 but have been playing for around 12 years or so.