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Club championship season is fast approaching, and I'm getting excited! I've haven't been striking the ball all too well lately, but still been managing decent scores. I feel like I'm really close to everything clicking, so I'm going to spend some serious time on the course this weekend and on the range and practice green next week. I will be working on my review for the Srixon Q-Star Tour ball at the same time, so a good opportunity to kill two birdies with one urethane covered stone.

 

One of my new years resolution last year was at to win a tournament, which I was able to do. It was just a one round league tournament, but I took top honors and won a bit of cash. 

 

This year, I challenged myself to win a trophy. Money is nice, but I would love to hold some hardware at the end of the day. 

 

I've been putting myself in a lot of pressure situations on the course lately by playing money games with guys that are WAY better than I am (ex D1 college golfers). I've also been going to the range or practice green before work or on my lunch break, and have been putting in solid hours on the course as well. If I'm close to the top on Sunday, my dad said he would sling the bag for me, which would be really fun. 

 

Anyone prepping for a club championship/tournament? 

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I'll play in our club championship again this year. (August) It's the only one I care to play anymore. As for prep work... None. I play enough anyway so I'll just keep on keepin on.

It's just another day on the course and I don't sweat or worry about it.

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Best of luck all of our stuff in Florida is in March or October.

 

It's too hot for tournaments here right now so I'm using the time to get my swing together and try to play in a couple of October tournaments

 

 

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Member-member in July, club championship in August, then our sister club has a member member at the end of August

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Best of luck all of our stuff in Florida is in March or October.

 

It's too hot for tournaments here right now so I'm using the time to get my swing together and try to play in a couple of October tournaments

 

 

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Hmmmm--Our member/member was last weekend, our member guest is July 8th, and our club championship (Valley/Stadium rotation!!) is July 29/30.  Little heat or humidity don't stop us!!

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My clubs invitational tournament starts tomorrow with a "shootout" then Saturday and Sunday the big daddy. I've never played in it (work always got in the way) but this year here I go. I've played every single day the last two weeks with range sessions and a couple of rounds with the club pro. I've noticed as it's upon me now I've been putting to much pressure on myself to perfect everything. My game is nowhere near perfect and never will be. I've accepted that and will go out and play MY game and let the outcome be what it is.

 

 

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Our club championship is one month away. I am out of town for work the entire week before so hopefully there is a driving range nearby.

 

 

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