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NicoaulsQuadpernicus

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About NicoaulsQuadpernicus

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  • Birthday 09/04/1986

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  • Your Location
    Greater Cincinnati

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  • Handicap Index
    2.3
  • Handedness
    Righty
  1. I'm in Cincinnati, grew up playing almost everywhere. As far as Hamilton County Courses go i would say Miami Whitewater and Vineyard are the two best. As far as Cincinnati Rec courses go I would recommend Glenview has the best 18 South/West. From the blacks the course is fairly challenging but there are still courses to score. I second Aston Oaks for a nicer and more challenging public course. Blue Ash golf course is a bigger challenge than most local courses and is typically in great shape. Pebble Creek is a fun course and has some unique holes including an island green. If you're willing to drive Shaker Run is a fun course. Hickory Woods is always fun and Walden Ponds is a fun course that has serious scorability. Cheers!
  2. I'm an account manager for a pharmaceutical wholesaler.
  3. Get comfortable with your driver swing. Its definitely a different swing than the irons. Make sure you're playing the ball from your front heel and make sure you're not to close to the ball. i find a lot of players are pulling across the ball from the outside in to towards the body to get some swing speed. They put a lot of horizontal spin on the ball and can't seem to get away from the slice. I always recommend someone bring a 2x4 to the range and force yourself to swing inside out, or the line closer to your feet then out. I promise when you wack a 2x4 with a club you don't wanna break a couple times you will learn to change your swing plane. A drawn ball will fly longer and release more because of the balls spin. I added around 40yds to my long ball when i switched to playing a draw in college. I just switched from a R11 to a Ping G and added about 30yds and a huge amount of accuracy to the long ball. Hope that helps a little.
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