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sabol412

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About sabol412

  • Birthday 07/30/1992

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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    Golf, Hockey, Fishing, Grilling, Tailgating, Country music, Cooking in general, Yeti products
  1. I think it's a nice gesture to take the hat off. I agree with most of the others that I'm not offended if somebody else doesn't. I guess just more of an old fashion style for myself that it shows the respect that you would like to be shown. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. Hey everyone! Just as I sit here on a windy day at the beach I figured I would get the thread out there to ask a question to the forum. Where is the best course you have ever played outside of the US? I have to say my best one was Old Head Golf Links in Ireland. It was absolutely remarkable and anywhere you turned was a perfect view. The course was so well kept and our caddies were absolutely great. They knew exactly where the balls needed placed and where shots needed to land. Here are some pictures! Hope you guys reply and have pictures to share as well!! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. I say this about a lot of things even in the workforce, the R&A guys let all of it transcribe the way it did therefore nothing can be blamed on speith. He was given the time and was allowed to take his shot just like at work if management let's something fly there isn't much to say about it after that. Speith was just using every good angle in the rules that he could and really we should applaud the fact that this shows if you know the rules like these guys do then you know how to give yourself the best lies possible. Just like when tiger had the crowd move a boulder for him, he asked if it was a man place object they said yes and therefore it could be moved. Just really smarts on jordans part! Sucks for Kuch I definitely agree there but what can you do sometimes that's the game. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  4. I mean all courses it says to not bring your own beer on to the course that's just for the liquor license issue but more I believe for the buy our beer issue. I couldn't imagine anyone getting a ticket from bringing their own beer on the course and I truly think that as long as you aren't being obnoxious or obvious a course isn't going to search the yeti rambler 1/2 gallon to see what's inside. I think this is actually an awesome idea to do and even if you are just opening some cans at the house and filling it up it's perfect. It will definitely stay cold too! I am a firm believer in everything yeti. Only because I use all of their products. I have a roadie a 35 and a 65 cooler then probably 8 of the 20oz ramblers, 2 canteens the can coozie, basically everything they sell and yes my cooler holds ice for a week and then the water it melts in to is super cold anyway for 2 weeks or more. I didn't think I had a reason for the gallon or half gallon but I definitely think now I do. I'm sure once it's in the cart and covered with a towel around the clubhouse nobody is going to say anything. Again don't be obnoxious or obvious with it and it will be all good! Thanks for the post to even give me the idea GolfSpy Dave!!! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. I actually enjoy the music on the course. It doesn't need to be incredible loud or anything but I actually practice a lot with headphones it. Just I agree on the course it isn't necessary to be blaring music. I find it just takes my head out of it and I focus on the music instead of every detail of the shot and normally I just swing. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. Personally I think I stress myself out with it comes to tournaments. I definitely think that when you are just out playing or playing in a scramble you definitely relax more and you know you are out for the fun of it. During tournaments you don't want to basically embarrass yourself so you are putting the pressure on yourself to shoot a good score and then it just sits in the back of your head. It makes those 3 foot puts that are normally no problem seem like an issue and then you start missing those and it stays with you the whole round. I know any time I play golf I am way to hard on myself and I get myself all worked up and that's the one thing I know I need to start doing is just dropping the last shot and moving on to the next. Can't dwell on anything just have to move forward.
  7. Welcome! I just joined this whole GSF recently as well and I will tell you it sure is addicting and enjoyable. Its nice to just be able to discuss and read about golf whether its to improve your game, tips, equipment, or just talking about anything. Hope the game continues to get better and believe me we all can use a better game!
  8. I agree with most of these posts... There is a fine line between having too many and then the game slacks and you get tired from the sun and everything along those lines. But in my own experience I have figured out that when you get to that point right before you are buzzing you are just hitting your shots and just not thinking too much about them. Which we all know the head game that golf is so when you take out the thinking too much about a shot and just swinging and hitting it seems to end up with a better result. But I definitely think that some people drink just too much on the course and they are the ones that are obnoxious and ruin a round by the carrying on for some others. Dan
  9. I was also looking to get a pair and now this might encourage me a little more to go out and get some! I guess it is amazing when you think about the golf swing how many moving parts and timing and everything that has to come together to hit the club face square. I think what I might even do is wear a pair of sunglasses first just to make sure I'm looking through the center of the lens and if it seems to be helping I will definitely invest in the oakleys. Wouldn't help to have gear that is made specifically for golf! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  10. I've seen pros play numbers of times and I completely agree the amount of time effort skill and just finesse that goes into their game is unreal. I also do give a lot of credit to their caddy as well just being able to have yardages from anywhere and everywhere. To the green the front back and middle, the green undulations and where they need to place the ball. I can truly say the thing that amazes me the most is how the can control their spin. Just that they can play shots to stop and drop or check a little or do the one then two bounces and suck right back, and know what they are doing in order for that to happen! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. Welcome, Glenn. I went through a similar time with the game. I didn't play much for 4 years or so and then thought to myself, "What am I doing?!" And now I try and get out any time I can! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. Dan Sabol from Pittsburgh, PA I play a Scotty Cameron detour from way back just love the feel. It is not custom fit. I would definitely prefer to try the Queen B 9 because it would be a similar style as my Detour now. I like the weight distribution when there is a little more weight than a blade but I can't do anything bigger than what the Queen B 9 shows. I would just love to be the one to test out really the difference with a Scotty and what is the brand really trying to make the same impact on the game. Definitely would be a great test and trial run for me as I have honestly been looking at putters in the past few months. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  13. Interested and can switch the shafts Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. Hey all... Just wanted to see what kind of workouts people do at home that help the golf game? I don't have any weights but I have some resistance bands with handles and door anchors and what not but I just want to start doing some workouts that will help my golf game and obviously my overall well being. So if anyone has some great things they have done in the past or are currently doing please share and I will definitely start trying some things out. Actually one thing I am looking for is how to build up my back because it seems that after I play a lot in a weekend my back seems to be pretty sore afterwards. Alright let me know guys, thanks!
  15. LETS GO PENS! and normally im playing butlers, cedarbrook, Grandview, scenic valley, and I used to belong to Southpointe which I loved dearly but not anymore
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