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Does it count if I break 80 on a par 71 course?
79
7/14 FiR
8/18 GiR
34 putts
Still struggling with driver consistency, 3 of those hit fairways were with fairway metals or my 4i. Might just need something new to look at down by the ball


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5 hours ago, yungkory said:

Does it count if I break 80 on a par 71 course?

79

7/14 FiR

8/18 GiR

34 putts

Still struggling with driver consistency, 3 of those hit fairways were with fairway metals or my 4i. Might just need something new to look at down by the ball 😎

 

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I'm with him ^^. Of course it does.

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After yet another disappointing and poor front side, I made the turn and slam dunked a birdie shot from 50 yards with my CBX2 60 and then proceeded to shoot a 38 on the back with a short birdie putt on the par 5 #16.  

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Playing 3 days this week with the “Bacon Boyz”.
Monday, Tuesday & Friday, next stop 600lb life show.


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Monday “Bacon Boyz” over with and I survived. We were the last group and it took forever.......... Slow play brings out the worst in me and I played really bad. Can’t blame weather little windy but otherwise nice. 7 over Par for 9 is not pretty.
We had a Snowbird walk-on from Michigan and he was OK. Sporting his PXG irons that he was definitely proud of.
Last hole he said “might move down here permanently if I can play with you guys “.
Skipped the breakfast “kalorie Klub”.


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My game is turning more consistent in the past few weeks.  I'm starting to work my way around a golf course better without the big numbers or double bogeys, and draining about 50 feet in putts on the last two holes for back to back birdies to close out this 9 hole round at even par really left me very encouraged with the state of my game right now.IMG_0141.thumb.PNG.af52b1f7aec7858bda35628c8c7e4f01.PNG

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Sunday was windy......I shot a 43/39:82 with no birdies. Just good ball striking. With our Club Championship this weekend, m6 game is feeling pretty good.


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I find it funny the easier the sawing the farther I hit the ball! Crushing it this week, and getting ready for the big games of summer.

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“Bacon Boyz” again today, the gift that never fails.
Foggy and wet but I hit the ball really well, 180* from yesterday.
One of the Boys @ breakfast had a Mountain Scrambler with extra sausage & gravy. My God it’s gotta be 3,000 calories and he was still hungry!


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“Bacon Boyz” again today, the gift that never fails.
Foggy and wet but I hit the ball really well, 180* from yesterday.
One of the Boys @ breakfast had a Mountain Scrambler with extra sausage & gravy. My God it’s gotta be 3,000 calories and he was still hungry!


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“Bacon Boyz” again today, the gift that never fails.
Foggy and wet but I hit the ball really well, 180* from yesterday.
One of the Boys @ breakfast had a Mountain Scrambler with extra sausage & gravy. My God it’s gotta be 3,000 calories and he was still hungry!


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Played the Mizzies again and dropped the G410 driver for the Cobra F8.


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Shot a solid 43/41:84 today at Babe Zaharias GC today. No birdies and only two doubles.


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42/38 today.  Felt like I was striking the ball a bit better today than I have been for the last 2-3 weeks (finally!).  Still had a double on both front and back nines.

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On 2/11/2020 at 9:53 AM, Rickp said:

“Bacon Boyz” again today, the gift that never fails.
Foggy and wet but I hit the ball really well, 180* from yesterday.
One of the Boys @ breakfast had a Mountain Scrambler with extra sausage & gravy. My God it’s gotta be 3,000 caloriesemoji33.png and he was still hungry!
 

Soooo, your secret to hitting the ball really well is playing the course backwards??  🤣 🤣 🤣 

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Been working on getting the hands higher on the backswing, rather than behind me. Interesting...

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29 minutes ago, Sluggo42 said:

Been working on getting the hands higher on the backswing, rather than behind me. Interesting...

That's exactly what I've been working on lately.  Over time, I had gotten much too flat.

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10 hours ago, CarlH said:

That's exactly what I've been working on lately.  Over time, I had gotten much too flat.

I started off flat.  Flat isn't bad, depending on what you do with it on the downswing.  Sergio and Rickie get flatter on the downswing.

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Soooo, your secret to hitting the ball really well is playing the course backwards??  🤣 🤣 🤣 

Well if yourLH that’s normal


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1 hour ago, Kenny B said:

I started off flat.  Flat isn't bad, depending on what you do with it on the downswing.  Sergio and Rickie get flatter on the downswing.

Flattening your downswing is good.  Hard to do when your backswing is already too flat, which is what happened to my swing over a period of time.  

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