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EddieV

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  1. Eddie Verrills - Denver, CO Currently get yardage’s from looking at nearest springler head and walking off yardage’s (then minusing/adding to account for front or back pin). I never believed in using range finders or gps because I thought it took away from the traditions of golf. However when used in a timely manner (and I think they can make rounds faster when playing courses for the first time) I can appreciate that you can start to understand the difference between hitting a distance with a chosen club vs not knowing if it was a poor shot or misreading a distance. I strongly
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