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EasyPutter

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About EasyPutter

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  • Birthday 02/20/1961

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    West Seneca, NY
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    Golf, sailing, photography, writing
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  1. 767 mph for a ball to fly at the speed of sound. He's almost a third of the way there so unless FORE is called early enough a bystander might get hit before hearing it.
  2. We are still 60 days from the expected start to golf in Western NY, but there's other things to attend to. Like opening day free cones at the Kone King ice cream stand in West Seneca, a time honored tradition to kick off their spring and summer months for this year. So what if there was snow squalls this year, the snow on the ice cream means there's more right?
  3. That's a cool feature! Here's my hide in plain sight...
  4. This Hack's rules for retrieving golf balls (#5 is the most important): 1. Ball retriever must reside under a clubhead cover in the golf bag to masquerade as a long handle club. Once used it immediately goes back to lurking under the cover, mischief managed. 2. Primary use is to keep using the same ball just hit, unless rule 3 comes into play (yes an oxymoron). 3. When zero people are following behind and the retriever is already in use, fishing for easy ones is permissible. But be ready to resume play so those following will not have to slow their play (expecting to step
  5. Looks like an awesome ride and color me envious! My first digital dashboard was a 1986 Chrysler Town & Country and I really enjoyed it, haven't had one since because my old school mind craves analog gauges with needles over numbers. So old school in fact I actually miss the naturally aspirated engines and a vacuum gauge on the dashboard, there was so much information from the behavior of that needle.
  6. I don't know why but I am very afraid for you. What kind of trickery is this???
  7. Two golfers join up at the first tee and each explains that due to a psychological problem, they play slightly differently than most golfers. They soon learn that they both have the same doctor who has prescribed a game of golf using an imaginary golf ball to reduce stress. And so they tee off with their imaginary balls. After a day of splitting fairways and hitting nothing less than eagles, birdies and pars, they reach the 18th hole. The first one indicates because they are equal in their score that he should hit first. So, he tees off with his imaginary ball. "Look at that, a
  8. I built my current bag one club at a time paying attention to what the ball does and how the club performs. I stay with a club until I realize it either doesn't do what I want it to do or trying another similar club it responds better in my hands improving the ball response. My other bag where the "retired" clubs go has some beauties in it that I am in no hurry to get rid of but they do find their way to others bags sometimes.
  9. My swing is better with a hybrid than an iron so I have some loft overlaps with clubs that can get out of taller grass. You can see the number of hybrids in my bag versus irons. The focus of my game is keeping shots landing on short grass (father in law says we really should play there more often ) and my game is accuracy over power. I usually get in the cup with the same number of strokes as the long ball hitters I play with
  10. Thank you! Thank you!!! This is such a.... I have no words... I would like to thank MyGolfSpy, the MyGolfSpy community, my fellow posting Spys, all those who support the organization and follow the feeds. And it is true, I was practicing all year for this auspicious occasion! And it starts a new decade
  11. A woman, cranky because her husband was late coming home again, decided to leave a note, saying, "I've had enough and have left you. Don't bother coming after me.” Then she hid under the bed to see his reaction. After a short while, the husband comes home and she could hear him in the kitchen before he comes into the bedroom. She could see him walk towards the dresser and pick up the note. After a few minutes, he wrote something on it before picking up the phone and calling someone. "She's finally gone...yeah I know, about bloody time, I'm coming to see you, put on that sexy French nigh
  12. Granddad's back garden hedgerow had a gap where we could stand and look onto a fairway of Wolstanton GC in Staffordshire, UK. It was a sport for others we were told. The first club I handled was a putter at Putt-Putt miniature golf in Amherst, NY and first iron was a 5 in high school gym class elective. Friends golfed but granddad's words lingered. Lived next to Fountains Green GC on Ft Dix NJ for years collecting golf balls from the yard so tractor mowers didn't get them. My game was driving range and putting green, and course became mine at Trails West GC on Ft Leavenworth KS while
  13. My shoulder had a limited range of movement for years while I was in the service but it wasn't stopping me from doing anything i needed to do. I just couldn't raise both arms outstretched from relaxed to overhead like doing a snow angel and could get away with jumping jacks (side straddle hop for military exercises) by not making a big deal of raising arms up all the way. Limitation but not enough to get help with, suck it up and move on. About 15 years ago my brother in law's performing arts studio was having a recital and all family pitch in to help with those and I was doing the curtains
  14. Looks like another thread out there too! Awesome, keep the lighthearted times rolling https://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/13045-best-golf-jokes/?hl=joke
  15. AKA Dust Storm and saw one of those roll over us when I was in Iraq, no fun at all. Hot and obscures like a blizzard. Breathing through a mask is essential.
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