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revkev last won the day on December 14 2019

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  1. I hate to post this here but I need to cleanse. Today was my day off - it started at 8 when I got a txt that someone was dying - went to do her last rites She was somewhat alert but clearly on her way out - she’s a delightful 92 year old. While holding her hand I got another message - a 1 year old baby in ICU was on his way out - with all the strength my dear member could muster she said grunted. “Go!” I went, an hour away. Had a 1230 tee time. Got to the hospital - prayed, read Bible, sang Jesus loves me and other children’s hymns - I sing pretty well. He passed at 134. Left around 2 and played 9, still stunned by the day just hit and walked, hit and walked. On nine ducked hooked my drive behind some trees, punched a 6 iron from behind some trees to an impossible spot above the hole - on a sprinkler head - drop left me in the fringe, straight down hill. Side hill, left to right - 58, opened up, moved it two feet - still into the fringe but just as I saw it, down and down it trickled into the hole. Shot of a lifetime Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. I like this analysis - of course those guys needed one of the major tours in the first place and you need to play in enough events to keep your top 50 status - eventually the WGC tournaments would dry up. This being my first one as a fantasy player I'm pretty stunned at whose in those things and whose not - it's not quite as lame as the Masters but man there are some guys that sneak their way in that have no chance of winning thereby bolstering the record of the top players - pretty eye opening.
  3. Alta Distanza - its a senior flex - I really don't think it's right for me - I hit it well when I was fit for it but I quite honestly have not gotten out of it what I was looking for other than the fact that I launch it properly.
  4. I heard Rory's comments and then also listened to Fred Couples talking about this on Sirius radio. As Couples said once the PGA tour said, "Play in this and you are no longer a member of the PGA tour in Good Standing" it was game, set, match. The exact same thing happened when Greg Norman was involved in trying it.
  5. Back when we were the testing group Daisy from SuoerSpeed always challenged us to swing as fast as we could. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. My dispersion has been way off with my current shaft - short and wrong is not a good combo. :( Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. I'm so sorry Foz but I have to..... Four Floridian Golf Spies played together the week after Christmas. The round was a blast, the golf so so - on the back nine we were followed for several holes by a family of deer. On 17 they crossed the fairway and each of us grabbed our phones to take pictures. Three of us had already hit our tee balls. I hopped in the cart waiting for Foz to hit and he jumped in the cart next to me. I said, "Aren't you going to hit?" He said, "I did already." I said, "Oh I didn't see you where did you go?" "Right down the middle." The other Spies in our group couldn't recall him hitting either, he started to drive off towards his "ball" and suddenly stopped. He had been so distracted by the deer that he had forgotten to hit and was remembering one of the other drives as being his - In his defense he had taken his driver out and put it away when he grabbed his phone. Still it was a riot I've seen lots of funny things on the golf course but this one is still fresh in my memory banks.
  8. I've been around here for a long, long time - forum wise - I remember when MBP made his first appearance - it was during our Tour Staff Contest - he wrote a paragraph about being a Yeti Hunter that was an absolute riot. Sadly or in my case gladly the contest had nothing really to do with the quality of our submissions and everything to do with our ability to drum up support on facebook - I had over 1,000 facebook friends at the time - we had someone who was a lurker who had more - he and I finished first and second but Dan's was far and away the best entry. I started a thread called, "Which club would you use" about having my golf bag by my bed side table when hearing what I thought was someone breaking into my house - that one had some serious legs and hysterical replies in it. The idea was which club you would grab to defend yourself with. I went of SW. We've had lots of great informational threads (any time T would way in was the best) as well as too many fun ones to really even begin to name this one or that one the best.
  9. Very excited to be a part of this and with a great team! Thanks MGS and Fujikura - I played my best golf with their shafts in my Nicklaus Iron Max irons 10-15 years ago. Here's hoping that I can catch lightning in a bottle again!
  10. Yeah my radar - I have number 3, still in tact. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. Second season ending injury for UConn yesterday. :( I’m excited for the future of that program with the return to the Big East and Danny Hurley’s second recruiting class coming in. The AAC is not that bad a league it’s just that there are no logical rivals and it’s ridiculously spread out Georgetown, Providence, St John’s and Villanova twice a year makes sense - and Madison Square Garden is a great recruiting tool! :) Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. Sunny and 80 - Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  13. Wow - reading Pugs thing was scary to me - I have far too much going on in my life to think of 4 or 5 tines a week in a gym. But good for you. When I started my fitness program I told my trainer that everything she gave me needed to be doable at home or work - like Matt I started with a goal of 180 - got there easily and didn’t really plateau until the low 170’s - cracked that barrier and have stayed in the 160’s ever since - a year and a half plus. I never have counted calories - I just try to avoid junk and keep my portions reasonable - I’ve learned to stay active - i walk the campus for 5 minutes every hour (it would be easy to sit all day with my job), park far away from store entrances - top floors of the parking garages when I visit hospitals - never take elevators - it gets me to around 6 miles of walking and 8 flights of stairs a day - throw in 2 or 3 strength building sessions a week and I’m pretty fit for a busy 63 year old guy. I need to cut back on my alcohol intake - that’s a goal for this years Lent. I don’t do Lent to punish - I do it to change - that’s the next change that I need to make. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. A GW to 25 feet. Sounds bizarre for a single digit guy but I was heading to a nine of 45 plus - that shot righted they ship on 6 and I kept making pars afterwards - shot 37 on the back and made 80 rather than 90 Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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