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Al Brown

 

Age  74

 

Handicap 8

 

Coral Springs, Fl

 

My biggest issue is slight miss hits.  Need to improve my overall consistency.  

I have taken lessons from many PGA instructors and it seems like each has their own slant on exactly what my golf swings should look and feel like.  

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Rich Davidson-53

Denver, CO

My biggest issue is repeatability. Being able to make the same consistent swing over and over again, particularly with my irons.  Please choose me, I have tried lessons in the past with limited success, I am very intrigued by your program!!

 

Thanks,

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David Reese- 48

Monroe, WA

 

Biggest bugaboo, would be being self taught. which creates inconsistent ball striking across the board. From driver to wedges.. Driving to chipping.. I can shoot  a 38 on the front and 47 on the back ( last round).. there are times i hit long (250+) drives, and can't hit an iron to save my life and other times i'm left and right off the tee and decent  with my irons..

 

I would be honored to represent MGS thank you for the opportunity..

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Jim Gordon   62

 

Denver, Co

 

Overcooking my draw on approach shots  is costing me a bunch of missed greens and putting way too much pressure on my short game, which is good, but overtaxed.

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Jeff Stiggle - 50

Virginia

Pull hooks off the tee, then overcompensating and slicing it right!

This is an awesome opportunity!

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How awesome is this opportunity! 

 

AB 

35yrs

Grand Rapids, Michgan

 

I know I would put better rounds together, if I could hit more greens and put myself in a better position to do so in regulation more consistently. I have a great short game, so I have been told, and just have to rely on that to keep my scores down. 

 

Mahalo

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John Young - 70

Blue Bell, Pa

Losing distance - inaccurate 2nd shots, missing too many greens - chipping woes

 

THANKS 

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This would be a lifetime experience.

 

Patrick White. 42

 

Salt Lake City, UT

 

For me it's chipping on tight lies, and driver consistency. I can hit it well but then it will slip away for a week or so, causing me strokes.

 

 

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- Matt Barto, 33

- San Francisco, CA

- Huge misses off the tee. Luckily, I have a 2 way miss, so will frequently hit it either OB or just in an unplayable part of the course. I am a low capper, so just these lost ball situations are just round killers and are extremely hard to recover from emotionally...

 

Thanks for opening the contest!

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  • Ellis Nelson, 73
  • Wake Forest, NC
  • Short game and inconsistent putting. :o I've seen dozens of Martin Chuck's video lessons and know that he's one of the best in the game. I bought a Tour Striker training aid and it helped immensely. I'd love to go through a full school under his direction.                                        

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Very unique opportunity!

Heath Steele aged: 26 years

Edmond, Oklahoma

My biggest issue: Inconsistency with my driver. My biggest miss is a big swipe to the right. If I can just keep it in play I think I could be a much better player. Sounds pretty textbook.... nifty opportunity.

 

 

 

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Jim -58

Akron OH

I can't get off the tee, I had 3 herniated discs and lost last season and now I'm returning to golf. I can hit irons but only hit my driver as far as my 4 iron.

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  • Your Name & Age - Clete, 26

  • Where You Live - Omaha, NE
  • Your biggest golf bugaboo (The thing that causes you to lose strokes on the golf course) - Iron consistency, especially the 220-150yd range

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