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nevets88

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About nevets88

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    It's a... mad game
  • Birthday 09/09/1969

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  1. It’s a MacBook Pro 2017 13” adorable, the one without the touchbar. It seems other people have gotten it to work if I’m reading the discussion boards correctly. Apple makes a USB-C Ethernet dongle too, maybe they’ll try that at the Genius Bar.
  2. There's the Bear Trap, doesn't this course have some nickname for a stretch of holes? I can't remember. I think Akshay Bhatia, number one ranked junior for a long time, is playing. Valspar Championship - PGA TOUR PGA TOUR
  3. I see what it's trying to do, but a Jim Furyk or Matthew Wolff would crash it and I don't think it can gauge swing pattern matchups, like if you have a strong grip, more rotation, that kind of thing, but maybe something like that that works with decent success is feasible in the future. There are other apps similar to this as well, with sensors that clip on to your person.
  4. I can't get this to work with MBP, I know the ethernet connection works, tried it with an older MBP. When connected, the lights are showing that it's working, the blue light flashes intermittently indicating something is being sent across the wire, but in Preferences > Network, showing not connected. Tried renewing the DHCP license several times, also deleting and re-adding the entry in Network and also manually typing in IP addresses and subnet mask. Contemplating getting the Apple version, will try Genius Bar as well.
  5. Reading this makes me want to go to some indoor climbing place and just give it a go. I'm afraid if I try, I might get hooked. Not that I have any time for starting another sport.
  6. It's not going over the green! Oh... okay... 🤷‍♂️
  7. Steve Jobs was like, now take that, and put it all in that little rectangle. Do it! My mom still uses a 4S. Man, that thing seems so small now. One of my Computer Science courses (well, it wasn't a CS course, it was an engineering course, but a requisite for the CS major) which required us to use breadboards still gives me nightmares. That's not a breadboard, but close enough. I wonder what they plugged into those expansion slots.
  8. I think he means the plane on which the shoulder turns? More red, not black.
  9. Played my first 9 of the year over the weekend, windy and a bit nippy though, probably the earliest I've started playing in awhile. Waiting for the range, which tends to close down under wet conditions, to open up.
  10. 2019 Masters field list and how each player qualified Here is a look at the current field list for the 2019 Masters Tournament, which will take place April 11-14 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. Unofficial field for the 2019 Masters Playe…
  11. I second what @billchao says. You want someone to take a look at your swing. But if you're going to look on YouTube, just for general knowledge on the swing, I would check out Eric Cogorno. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClOp9ASmFYATO1zFfpB7QlA Or Athletic Motion Golf https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvtpTGbGiMgI8gWlsMUmdLA
  12. The list has been out for awhile, but haven't really taken a look into it until now. I did know Dana Dahlquist, whom I've been following for a while and also subscribed to his website for a bit, is on it, congrats. Looking through the 2019 entrants, about half of them were already in my social media feeds, like Andrew Rice, Boyd Summerhays, Jeff Smith, George Gankas. It seems like they went out of their way to choose instructors with a social media presence. Added Andrew Park and Mat Killen to the Instagram follows. Now that online instruction is getting bigger and bigger, I wonder if it should make a list for pros outside the US? GOLF Magazine's Top 100 Teachers in America 2019/2020 Looking for the best golf teachers in America? Look no further than GOLF Magazine's Top 100 Teachers in America list for 2019-20.
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