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  1. Cyrus Richmond, British Columbia, Canada Handicap: 1 Titleist 716 AP2 Project X 6.0 1/2 Degree Over, 2 Degrees Upright PING i500 Thank you MyGolfSpy for this amazing opportunity to work with one of the best equipment companies in the game!
  2. Amazing drive Clint! 373 is what the long drive guys are aiming for! Driver-9 iron into a par 5 is unreal! You get my vote Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. Tier 1: Rory McIlrory Tier 2: Alex Noren Tier 3: Kevin Kisner Tier 4: Pat Perez Tier 5: Cameron Smith Winning Score: -3
  4. Reunion is a great resort facility, you will have fun at all three courses if you do decide to play the Nicklaus course and complete the trifecta... Just down the road from you is Mystic Dunes...its a fairly flat, links inspired course, check out their site here: https://www.mysticdunesgolf.com/....youcan get some crazy cheap deals for rates online for this course. Another 10 miles down the road you also have Celebration Golf Club, built in a Truman Show styled community...Celebration is an interesting town and they have a nice RTJ designed course. I've played it many times over the years and its a fun course to play, greens can be a little challenging with the slopes for a high handicapper, but the views and scenes especially on the back nine are really enjoyable!
  5. What an effort to record and edit these videos! Wow they are all great! Heading to Vegas next week is TPC Vegas a must play for my visit?
  6. Course looks sweet! I was in Cancun a few years ago and played the Nicklaus designed Moon Palace Resort...course was very average but the best part of the deal was the green fee was inclusive of all you can eat F&B throughout the round (including alcohol) this is a common theme for many of the Cancun resorts, but it was the first time I saw it at a golf facility. That being said, the course was average and highly unmemorable. Will definitely tee this track up in future trips! Great post!
  7. Played it once before, many years ago when I was still in college. Here is a picture of the sign stating the local rule. Can't imagine how many golf balls are in that lake! Our group all started thinking about 17 from the 1st hole onwards? You are so excited but there are a lot of great holes leading up to it. But I think it's impossible to not stare at that island when walking up the 16th hole. For the record hit a 9 iron to the center of the green and successfully two putted for my par.
  8. Awesome course reviews! What a great value for guys living in the Central Florida area, keep it up
  9. I'm an Orlando native, but visited Destin about a decade ago for some golf. Kelly Plantation is a great track, designed by Freddie Couples, definitely worth playing, and Emerald Bay was also good, I check their website and saw they underwent a complete renovation in 2014, so maybe even better now! Enjoy the golf and your time in Destin, its a beautiful spot!
  10. Awesome thanks for the reply! I've heard of Mile Square and will be sure to check it out, thanks so much
  11. Hey bud! You will be in for a treat when you guys come to BC, we have some beautiful tracks here and Whistler area has 4 great courses to choose from. Nicklaus North is amazing and a fun test of golf. The course has one of the best collection of par 3's I've ever seen and it is one of the most scenic courses I've played in Canada. There are beautiful flowers, gardens, trees and log cabins throughout the course. The course itself is relatively flat as it sits in a valley between the mountains. It's a fun round of golf with the perfect balance between challenge and fun on all the tee boxes. Great resort course experience. Side note, the patio at Nicklaus North is the best patio in all of Whistler! So make sure you enjoy some after round beverages and enjoy the views of the lake and the 16th tee box Chateau is a fun course that is directly in the mountains. It's short in distance but tight off the tee and challenging. High handicappers typical struggle here and sometimes think the course is too difficult. It's a scenic mountain course with some amazing vistas of the mountains. The back nine gets a little boring with 5 straight par 4s all around 370 yards in distance, but it's definitely worth playing if you've never played a true mountain golf course. Big Sky I haven't personally played but it's a favorite for many in the Whistler area. My friends rave about the layout and that is a fun track to play, however the condition of the course hasn't been the best in recent years, where as the other two courses I mentioned will be in amazing shape. I would check online and see what people are reviewing about Big Sky and see how the conditions are this year but overall you will enjoy the golf there wherever you end up playing! Let me know if you have any further questions bud! Cyrus (based in Vancouver) Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. That's awesome you had the chance to play the course whilst the grandstands were being constructed. Very unique way of enjoying the course. I had a good mate, describe his round at Carnoustie to me in great detail recently and it sounds like an amazing test of golf. I've enjoyed watching the two previous Opens there and no doubt this year's will be a great one to watch as well. I'm thinking Fowler or Garcia will grab it....at least I hope so! Thanks for sharing the pics too, so great!
  13. I did watch the first two episodes but found it to be poor. I think there is only so much you can do at a top golf facility, at the end of the day it gets boring just trying to hit shots into targets. This is suppose to replace the big break, but I honesty like the different challenges you have when playing on a proper golf course. Breaking the glass, flop shots over the wall, short game challenges. I know this has been done before and they are trying something new, but it looks like they just got a bunch of attractive Instagram golf girls and are trying to appeal to that younger market. It's ok to watch but can't see it going past one season Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. One of the best ways to practice speed is to take a break from using your putter and like a bowling stroke, roll some balls on the green. I find often with students that if they struggle with their speed control, they are often too caught up in mechanics. Forget the stroke, dial in your feel. If you through a ball to your friend 10 yards away you don't calculate how much power you need to use. You simply react by using your feel. Putting should feel more like this. Practice rolling some balls on the green like a bowling ball. After about 5-10 mins of practice, use your putter and try and “feel” the same thing. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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