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Reesedw

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Reesedw last won the day on August 31 2018

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Monroe, Wa
  • Interests
    Golf, photography, Family, Hunting. Not in any particular order...
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Player Profile

  • Age
    50-59
  • Swing Speed
    91-100 mph
  • Handicap
    16
  • Frequency of Play/Practice
    Weekly
  • Player Type
    Weekend Golfer
  • Biggest Strength
    Approach
  • Biggest Weakness
    Short Game
  • Fitted for Clubs
    Yes

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  1. No I play the same wedges during both the dry season July 1st through the 2nd and the wet season july 2nd through June 30.. hahahahahahhaha. seriously though I just play the 1 set of wedges.. I have Cobra F8 set wedges for PW and GW, King Black in 54* "versatile" grind, and Cleveland RTX w/ Zipcore in 58* mid bounce which is 10* I believe.. I struggle with them all when really soggy.. but am very happy when it is less soggy.. lol
  2. Welcome, Hope you find it helpful and useful.. Blake is my grandson, and is doing very well since he started really playing and making the effort..
  3. I do miss Kayak Point, it was a fun course.. Played it at least twice a yr. when i played in league.. welcome. Make yourself at home..
  4. The wife and I have a weekend away planned with some friends, I think the dates are the 24-through the 26th.. I'll touch base with SWMBO, and see if we can sneak away early and catch up with you on one of the days.. if we can she'll have to play... that's what i get for getting her into golf thinking it was a good idea so I could play more... not it just costs me more money.. LOL
  5. Well, finally got in 2 rounds this weekend, that were on decent courses.. Been a Very wet spring so far in the Pacific Northwest. Took Grandson with is to play Eastern Washington courses with his Great Grandfather.. we had a great time. Sat greens were plugged and sanded recently but were coming in nicely.. due to that the greens were a little longer than normal and slow, but rolled true. Shot a nice 89, with a few really nice shots including a drive of about 310, a chip that hit the flag and dropped for a kick in birdie.. Sunday was different course, the greens were in very poor shape had several dead spots and some Temp greens as they were having to completely rebuild 3-4 due to tough winter ( course had 6" snow last weekend.) All things considered course itself was in great shape. Shot a 94 on bad greens in the wind.. All in all a great weekend and not to bad for 1st 2 real rounds of the year.. Grandson was awful froggy before we tee'd off on sat, his John Daly approach (hit it as far as he could and go find it then hit it again) does not translate to low scores YET... 15 yrs old can hit the crap out of it just a little inconsistent ( ok a lot inconsistent) , 1st yr of really playing, and has some skill, made HS golf team 1st try and was bumped up to Varsity after 3 weeks.. But still has alot to learn.. Proud Grandpa..
  6. So evidently I can no longer play golf.. LOL... Wait is that a breathalyzer or a sippy cup?? if it's a sippy cup then I'm good.. LOL
  7. Congrats, You'll do a great job..
  8. Welcome. I live in Monroe and play Blue boy quite a bit, since its close and fairly cheap. The owner is a great guy, for what it is the course is usually in pretty good shape.. Again Welcome. we should try to meet up and play a round..
  9. It's the 1st tee, c'mon, he'll break out the Jack Daniels on the 2nd.. the Light beer is like him finishing a cup of coffee.. Jeez, I can not believe did not realize that.. hahahahaha
  10. Or just cause you can.. LOL... Love your putter BTW. they are beautiful..
  11. I have Lamkin REL's on all my clubs except putter, they are starting to get slick after 3 years. and I have a Winn X 1.32 putter girp which i love.. I clean them all regularly with westley's bleche wite. have done so for years. Just spray on a towel or rag wipe the grips 3-4 times and let dry. Works like magic.. It makes so-so grips playable..
  12. A newly wed wife on her wedding night tells her husband that she is not a virgin, but has only been with 1 other man, Tiger Woods. the husband responds "i understand he's rich, famous and good looking". after making love the husband grabs the phone and the wife asks "who are you calling?" the husband responds "room service, I'm hungry".. the wife then say's "tiger would have takin me again".. the husband crawls into bed. after another round of love making he grabs the phone. Again the wife asks "who are you calling?" the husband responds "room service, I'm hungry".. the wife then say's "tiger would have takin me another time". the husband crawls into bed. after another round of love making he grabs the phone. Again the wife asks "who are you calling?" the husband responds "Tiger Woods, I want to know what Par is on this hole.."
  13. I dont mind regripping. I dont so as much as i would like to do but I have built a few clubs and reshafted a couple of broken ones.. My putter is 20+ years old and I built it myself from Golfsmith, I cut it down a few years ago.. but have regripped 5-6 complete sets and several singles.. It's all fun for me..
  14. Yes, I noticed that looking out at the side mirror when driving It still is blurry.. and drinking while driving ( no not that kind of drinking) everything gets blurry.. Generally I am used to them, still adjusting on a few things, but I can see way better.. SO far the rifle scope while hunting and shooting, and golfing are the only times where i am having issues.. Thanks, I'm glad that its not just me.. This is one of the reasons I love this sight, no judgment, and everyone is willing to help even non-golf related issues.
  15. Thanks, following the ball in the air is not an issue.. its just when the ball is on the ground or tee. it is just outside of my normal focal plane causing it to be out of focus which is causing a minor depth perception issue.. If I tilt my head down a lot I can then see clearly out of the top of my glasses but my chin is way down which is uncomfortable.. I'm guessing this is something I'll have to adjust to. But I don't want to I want to see normally.. LOL
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