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I like your caddy. ;)

Thanks. She is 8 now and still likes going to putt at our club.

 

 

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Ended up with this beauty today after I pushed my 2nd shot wide. Any tips on how to manage a clean shot and get it onto the green from that lie?

 

 

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Ended up with this beauty today after I pushed my 2nd shot wide. Any tips on how to manage a clean shot and get it onto the green from that lie?

 

 

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That class for a top. I've got that.

 

Seriously you have to go sideways. Only other option is to bunt it down into the flat of the trap.

 

 

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I've been there before. You just hammer it deep in the sand, make like you loved the shot run up and drop a ball in the cup. Haha.

 

I'd open up, aim at in the middle of those 2 pine trees, land on the fringe.

 

 

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Supposed to be 60° today. I'm getting antsy. Course won't open for a bit. And there is another snow storm in the forecast.

 

 

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Ended up with this beauty today after I pushed my 2nd shot wide. Any tips on how to manage a clean shot and get it onto the green from that lie?

 

 

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Play it like a bump and run chip shot with a 7 or 8 iron. Longer club and shorter swing are your friend with that lie.

 

 

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This guy was wondering what happened to Barbajo, Foz and Matt.

 

 

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Play it like a bump and run chip shot with a 7 or 8 iron. Longer club and shorter swing are your friend with that lie.

 

 

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I've been there before. You just hammer it deep in the sand, make like you loved the shot run up and drop a ball in the cup. Haha.

 

I'd open up, aim at in the middle of those 2 pine trees, land on the fringe.

 

 

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That class for a top. I've got that.

 

Seriously you have to go sideways. Only other option is to bunt it down into the flat of the trap.

 

 

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Thanks guys. I tried getting under it with my 60*, and ended up rolling the ball back into the trap and playing it out. Going to try and recreate the lie again later this week and give it another go. Didn't think about the bump and run, JMike. Will definitely give it a go. If all else fails, I'm putting a shovel in my bag.

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Ended up with this beauty today after I pushed my 2nd shot wide. Any tips on how to manage a clean shot and get it onto the green from that lie?

 

 

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The key is to stay down on the ball during the swin. Put it back of the stance and make a putting stroke using a gap or pw and get it to run up to the green. Bump and run it.

 

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A couple of pics taken from the 1st tee at my club.IMG_0642.JPG

Looking down the 9th fairway to the 8th green

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Across 18th fairway to 11 th green and Port Philip Bay in the background

 

 

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Ended up with this beauty today after I pushed my 2nd shot wide. Any tips on how to manage a clean shot and get it onto the green from that lie?

 

 

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I'm assuming from your question that you didn't.   :D   Not sure I could either.

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I played this past week in Indio while on Vacation. I have never driven the ball better. I measured one representative tee shot on a Par 5 with the Garmin Fenix 3. Now if I could only get the wedges to work as well as the driver does..

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