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Not a pic but a little vid. Graduating Kaylen from the putter to wedges, irons, and a driver this year. This one made my whole week.


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the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..

That's a great job she did under the pressure of the sand trap with the water behind the green. I loved her reaction, that's awesome man!

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13 hours ago, Rickp said:


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I bought her a fun little Top Flite set that she can grow into progressively as she's learning and growing. D, 3w, 5h, 5i - 8i, PW, SW, and putter. I've taken all of the clubs out but the hybrid, PW, SW, and putter as they're just too big or she's not ready for them yet. I purposely bought a set big enough so when she choked all the way down, the butt would touch her belly button and stay touching through the swing. Almost like body rotation "training wheels". When she grows bigger and works her way back up the grip, hopefully she'll have a decent rotation grooved in. 

So throughout the round I would sett up little "win" shots for her i.e. would drop the ball 10 yds from the green and let her feel what it's like to chip and land on the green and then finish with her putter. Also set up some hybrid shots from 30 yds out, let her hit her hybrid off the tee box from a tee to feel like she's driving the ball, etc. She was having some consistent contact with her PW so I thought to add this little element of intimidation. She aced it!

Hopefully this year we'll be getting her into a Jr. league with some real instruction and can post more of Kaylen's progress here ala @GolfSpy MPR and his little guy Kirke 😊 

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I bought her a fun little Top Flite set that she can grow into progressively as she's learning and growing. D, 3w, 5h, 5i - 8i, PW, SW, and putter. I've taken all of the clubs out but the hybrid, PW, SW, and putter as they're just too big or she's not ready for them yet. I purposely bought a set big enough so when she choked all the way down, the butt would touch her belly button and stay touching through the swing. Almost like body rotation "training wheels". When she grows bigger and works her way back up the grip, hopefully she'll have a decent rotation grooved in. 
So throughout the round I would sett up little "win" shots for her i.e. would drop the ball 10 yds from the green and let her feel what it's like to chip and land on the green and then finish with her putter. Also set up some hybrid shots from 30 yds out, let her hit her hybrid off the tee box from a tee to feel like she's driving the ball, etc. She was having some consistent contact with her PW so I thought to add this little element of intimidation. She aced it!
Hopefully this year we'll be getting her into a Jr. league with some real instruction and can post more of Kaylen's progress here ala@GolfSpy MPR and his little guy Kirke  

She’s off to a good start! Great job Dad!


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stunning pics- Fall always looks fantastic in sunshine.

 

Whats the yellow monolith in a couple of the pics?

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Those are some fantastic pics @GolfSpy Stroker!! Course conditions look excellent. i just love courses like that at this time of year. 

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Last night my wife wanted to run out and play 9 after she played Bridge all day. Other than being a bit chilly it was a spectacular fall evening, albeit a bit chilly. She had a great 'bump and roll' on this Par 5 within 4 feet of the cup but missed the cup for a par. The fitting and the most recent lesson are paying off for her. 

 

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3 hours ago, perseveringgolfer said:

stunning pics- Fall always looks fantastic in sunshine.

 

Whats the yellow monolith in a couple of the pics?

Thanks...that's my attempt to use MS Paint to indicate where the tee box and flagstick are.... 😁

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Just me and the course, after work.

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Should have taken more but this is the 18th at one of my favorite tracks here The Duke at Rancho Eldorado. This is about 2 weeks after the winter seeding so the course is in great shape.

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the more I practice, the luckier I seem to get..
 

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Navy Marine #1 with the Vessel bag posing

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I work at a golf course in NE Ohio. Tanglewood Golf Course to be exact. And the scenery has been amazing this time of year.


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Schoolhouse Nine last week with Allie. The pictures tend to flatten out the undulations on the greens, but they are pretty wild. 

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Schoolhouse Nine last week with Allie. The pictures tend to flatten out the undulations on the greens, but they are pretty wild. 
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That is awesome


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9 hours ago, Rickp said:


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It's the ultimate backyard golf course, a nine-hole par 3 built on about 20 acres.  It's crazy fun.

 

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Hi folks.... we love to see your pics!  It makes the forum even more enjoyable.

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