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bwdial

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About bwdial

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  • Birthday 01/12/1972

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    Sugar Hill, GA

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    21.1
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    Righty

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  1. This place opened near me recently. Indoor Golf Studio Prices are listed on the site. I've never been.
  2. I'd second the Ping Glide wedges. There is a level of forgiveness that I didn't find with Vokeys. I'm not saying Vokeys aren't fantastic, but if you mishit them, you'll see and feel it. With the Ping Glides, if I don't hit them perfect, I know it, but I'll probably be relatively close to, if not on the green.
  3. So far, I've only been able to hit them into the net in the backyard, and I'm nursing a sore right elbow, but they really feel hot off the face. I am looking forward to getting them out on the course and see what they can do.
  4. Bad Education Tap in par. Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney were really good as school district administrators who get caught with their hands in the till. Seeing the lack of transparency as the school board is convinced to allow Janney's character to walk away and avoid prosecution so that they can save face is something that hits close to home as a teacher. We've currently seen our school board meetings devolve into three ring circuses.
  5. What I don't think a lot of people realize is the amount of work that goes into being that good. We tend to look at athletes in a lot of sports and think that they are just simply "naturally" talented, and there is, no doubt, a tremendous amount of natural athletic talent and timing involved. However, there is just so much work put into being a professional in any sport, and I think that golf might be the sport that takes the most practice.
  6. It's kind of like the Dunning-Kruger Effect. People think they are much more competent than they really are.
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