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Jasonbolt

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About Jasonbolt

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    Mini-Golfer
  • Birthday 11/30/1992

Your Golf Game

  • Handicap Index
    4.3
  • Handedness
    Righty
  1. Thanks. I'll try experimenting with my hips on the range.
  2. I've been Playing Golf for: 3 years My current handicap index or average score is: 4.6 My typical ball flight is: draw The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: push fade I picked up this awful push fade in midst of working on eliminating my snap hook. Any help would be much appreciated. Videos:
  3. As I mentioned in the above post, you have to look at what was happening in the time that this was written to interpret it accurately. This was a strict call to obedience. Before they did the work of building the tabernacle, God first called Israel to the work of simple obedience. Basic obedience is a pre-requisite for doing work for the Lord. You can take it and enjoy it if you want. If you don't take it, it is not going to damn you or condemn you.
  4. Quote: Originally Posted by Jasonbolt Out of curiosity, what is ignored? http://www.evilbible.com/christians_are_hypocrites.htm A few examples: Quote: 7) Here is perhaps the mother of verses ignored: “Judge not, that ye be not judged” (Matthew 7:1) and “Judge not, and ye shall not be judged, condemn not and ye shall not be condemned: forgive, and ye shall be forgiven” (Luke 6:37). Despite the way this passage is quoted by many of those who are not Christians (*cough* who seem to have memorized it faithfully), and even by many Christians, Jesus is not calling to a universal acceptance of any lifestyle or teaching. The Christian is called to unconditional love , but he is not called to unconditional approval . As a Christian, I can love people who do things I do not approve of. Quote: 8) Believers are supposed to hate their parents when they follow Jesus ( “If any man come to me, and not hate his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sister, yet, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple” (Luke 14:26). That is in the language a comparative. This verse is talking about how your love for Jesus Christ must be supreme. It must be greater than your love for your family, your home or yourself. You have to remember that the Bible wasn't written in English, and going back to the original language to interpret is crucial. Going back 2,000 + years, following Christ did cost some of them their families, their family relationships. For they were ostracized by their families when they made their commitment to Jesus Christ.
  5. I find it funny that a lot of you are commenting on how it's wrong for Bubba to "judge" gays, but you are judging Bubba for agreeing with Chris. Ironic much? As a side note, I don't think Bubba's tweet was meant to judge Jason Collins.
  6. Record your swing and put it in the member swings area - we can help you out there.
  7. My cavity back gap wedge that came with the set broke and I'm planning to replace it with a Vokey 52*. I've tried out a friend's vokey 52* and my dad's cleveland 52*, and for some reason I just can't hit a "speciality" gap wedge well at all. The club feels heavier, clumsiery, and more prone to hitting it fat. Also, when I feel like I hit it good it only goes 110. A normal gap wedge for me is 135. It doesn't have that same piercing flight as my cavity back wedge has. What's the deal?
  8. Keegan Bradley -12 Paul Lawrie -12 Martin Kaymer -12
  9. I'm a right hand player, and I've been putting left hand low since I picked up the game. However, I never know exactly what position my right elbow/arm should be in. Should my forearms be parallel? Should my right elbow be tucked in close to my right hip? Should my elbow be pushed out away from my body, like Jack Nicklaus? What are you feeling in your setup or stroke while putting cross handed?
  10. Best 9 hole: 34 Best 18 hole: 71 Favorite 18 hole score: 75 highlighted by an eagle on the 430 yard par 4 10th - played from the tips @ 7,200 yard, (M-75.0/142) Bear Creek in Murrieta.
  11. When I look at the players on tour, they all have a unique setup and stroke. This brings me to the question: what makes a good putter? Is it the ability to read greens and match the speed to hole putts? Is it the mental attitude on the greens? Setup? Also, when you're putting is hot, what are you "feeling?" Confidence matched with ___? Or is it just confidence?
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