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ram22592

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About ram22592

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    Finally getting consistant.
  • Birthday 11/30/1991

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    4.5
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    Righty
  1. I don't think being DQ'd for cursing would go over too well with the Tiger Woods camp. His dramatic reactions make him stand out (that and he's a decent golfer?). He's not the only one cursing, he's just the only one that is zoomed in on after impact, and then his ball shown. With others, they show the ball in flight and then glance at them, and then show tiger walking the fairway.
  2. Not looking too good for my man Adam Scott, but Luke Donald had a good round today (-3). I thinl the field is very stond this year, lots of young talent. I was dissapointed to see Jonathan Byrd pull out, though. Looking forward to a great tournament!
  3. I see so many tour players using these orange, and occasionally yellow rods for alignment on the range. Does anyone know what company makes these, or where you can get them? Also, can you keep them in your bag legally during a round by USGA standards? Thanks!
  4. I'm eager to get my Varsity golf season off to a good start! Yesterday I played because of the MLK holiday, and was happy with the results. I shot a +10 82 on the Wildcat Course (see below). I putted lights out with only 28 putts. I hit 9/14 fairways, and only 5 greens:( It was very cold (for SC), never reaching 40 degrees, so I was very happy that I could even shoot a respectable score... Just need to keep working on my mid and long-irons and I should be seeing a very good result in scoring.
  5. The question is "which do you prefer", not which one do you use.
  6. I have been a member of this forum for a while now, but have just recently started getting into it. However, I am very big into tour player, club info and photos, and have noticed every time I search for prototypes or future product lines on Google, GolfWRX comes up with photos. I just joined GolfWRX earlier this evening, and am still waiting to be "approved" so I will have posting and searching privileges. I think I will still use this forum a lot, but with my focus more on the "what's in the bag" and other tour talk GolfWRX seems like it would be more enlightening. How many of you use GolfWRX? Thanks
  7. Well, I would NOT reccomend doing this yourself. Especially with a bore-thru. The best thing to do is call around to the golf shops in your area, and also check your home course. Make sure to specify that it is a bore-thru, a lot of people don't have the machinery for that. If you find a good price it should be around $30 for the removal and intallation.
  8. I am wondering if any of you have wondered the same as I have. I have noticed, after watching a lot of golf, that many pros on tour (mainly Tiger Woods) simply drop/toss their coin on the green. I have always been one to mark my ball, and take my time doing so, making sure that the coin is right behind the ball, and right on line with the hole. I was wondering if there is some kind of a rule I am not aware of, like: the ball must be marked, and replaced within an inch of where it was marked, and no closer to the hole.
  9. I have been looking at the Titleist and Cobra blogs, and am wondering if any of you know what kind of spikes the pros use on the bottom of their Footjoys? Here is a pic of them on Ian Poulter's shoes. (I know that they aren't SoftSpikes) http://www.cobratourblog.com/# If that link doesn't work, just go to cobratourblog.com and go to the third post, 'Offseason work with Ian Poulter' click on the picture, and images 2 and 11 will show you what I am talking about. Thanks
  10. favorite: medium trajectory draw with a driver least favorite: slicing a driver hardest (to control): 30-80 yd bunker shot
  11. I have searched for a thread like this, and didn't find one, so here it is. The title is pretty self explanatory, so everyone just follow my format. Longest Drive (flat hole) - 265 yds Longest Eagle Streak - 1 hole Longest Birdie Streak - 2 holes Most Birdies in a Round - 2 (many times) Lowest Number of Putts - 28, 12 for 9 holes (don't count putts from fringes) Lowest Score - 76 (par 72), 37 for 9 holes (par 36) Longest Hole-Out - 182 yds Number of ACES - 1 (12/20/2007) 182 yds Number of Double-Eagles - 0 Please, add more categories if you think of them.
  12. ram22592

    Pro handicap

    I live in South Carolina, the state Tommy Gainey is from, and I have the ability to look up his handicap through my clubs online handicap program. I just searched for it, and found it. It's only a +2.4, but the course has a rating of just 68.9. So, he doesn't get much for shooting a really low score at that course. For example: he shot 63 on June 29, 2007, which only put +5.6 towards his handicap. It's a par 72 and it plays to 6,900+ yds. I was also suprised to see that he shot an 89 on September 10, 2007! I sure hope he won't blow up like that on tour. Other than that though, most of his scores are in the mid-high 60's with some low seventies sprinkled in.
  13. Mizuno MP-32 irons are the best that I have hit. The most consistant soft feel, and clean look throughout the set, plus it won several awards from all the magazines.
  14. ram22592

    Why?

    Why, on TV, does the ball look like it is going way right off the club? does anyone know, or have you noticed the same thing? Thanks
  15. I have checked some sources as well, and some say "golfing" is the verb form and others say "to play golf" is the verb form. see this link for reference: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/golf
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