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Played early today and went off the back first and shot a 1 over 35 with two birds and three crap bogies. Drove it awful all day and putter and iron play made up for it. Turned to the front and went bonkers with birds on 2,3,4,5,6 & 8 and pars on 1,7 & 9 for a -6 31 to cap off a 66. Absolutely pitted the eyes out of it today and could be a coincidental that me and cksurfdude did an Aimpoint class yesterday.


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Today was a good day.  First hole in one ever.  50° Cobra King wedge from 120 yards.  Hit just past the hole and spun back in. Shot 73 to tie my lowest round ever. Won my match 8 and 6

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27 minutes ago, Jmikecpa said:

Played early today and went off the back first and shot a 1 over 35 with two birds and three crap bogies. Drove it awful all day and putter and iron play made up for it. Turned to the front and went bonkers with birds on 2,3,4,5,6 & 8 and pars on 1,7 & 9 for a -6 31 to cap off a 66. Absolutely pitted the eyes out of it today and could be a coincidental that me and cksurfdude did an Aimpoint class yesterday.


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I guess you are a fan of aimpoint?  🤪

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11 minutes ago, Rickp said:


Update:
The “Powers that Be” have had a change of heart. The mandatory 2 carts max has been rescinded. You do not have to share a cart if you don’t want to. Rakes will be replaced in traps but use them only if you feel comfortable doing it. PVC rings will be still be removed from cups.
The mandatory 2 per was not a smart move w C19 still around in a Senior community. Obviously everyone will ride w their wife/husband/partner and that’s great but being forced to ride w a stranger not well thought out.

 

... Awesome. Same thing happened at the muni I play most back in July. Got an email that carts must be shared and requesting a cart alone would be an additional $10 or $15 (can't remember which). I always walk but thought it was a pretty sh!tty thing to do and others must have felt the same. The very next day I received an apology email from the course that said they will not force anyone to ride together and they were sorry they misjudged the issue. I found out later the course was inundated with complaints as was the Park District President AND the Mayor. Right there with you, just not thought out very well. 

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Shot a nice little 74 today, with a little good and a little bad mixed in. I did make a point of playing the full day from the blues, instead of the combo tees. three of the bogies came on par 3's that were now 180-200 yarders, but I did have make-able par putts so can't cry too hard. Almost made a 3rd eagle in a row on the same hole in 3 consecutive rounds, but left it a foot short for the only birdie of the day. MavriK is becoming a game changer... Its so good...

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I guess you are a fan of aimpoint?  

I am a huge fan of the methodology behind it. I didn’t use the finger reads all that much today but did read every putt with my feet.


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I am a huge fan of the methodology behind it. I didn’t use the finger reads all that much today but did read every putt with my feet.


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I did a class on one of the competing methodologies (Vector Green Reading) and struggled with feeling the slope with my feet.  I know it is something you have to practice but I just struggled.   I would love to try aimpoint,  but haven't found a clinic near me.    Right now I kind of just eyeball the slope and determine break from there.   Would like to take the classes to do double breaks.  

 

 

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Played 9 holes yesterday at Compass Pointe in Maryland after not playing for almost a month.  No warm up, no expectations and just didn't think too much.  Shot a 42 which is within my normal range of play, but the difference was that i was dropping putts to save par from all over the green! To say the putter was hot was an understatement!  Even with poor GIR numbers, the putter became the big equalizer. The guys I normally play with mentioned the hot putter as well. Now if I can only keep it that way...lol

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Update:
The “Powers that Be” have had a change of heart. The mandatory 2 carts max has been rescinded. You do not have to share a cart if you don’t want to. Rakes will be replaced in traps but use them only if you feel comfortable doing it. PVC rings will be still be removed from cups.
The mandatory 2 per was not a smart move w C19 still around in a Senior community. Obviously everyone will ride w their wife/husband/partner and that’s great but being forced to ride w a stranger not well thought out.


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I was trying to figure out the thinking behind the cart issue. There is no monetary advantage as everyone has their own carts. Possibly trying to make everything look normal for the incoming snowbirds, oops sorry Seasonal Residents that’s the folks who spend the money especially the Renters.


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Beautiful weather for some fall golf yesterday. Took the day off and drove out to one of my favorite courses that is down to $30 with cart for fall rates. They had punched greens almost two weeks ago so they were pretty much fully healed already, too.

- 37/50 = 87 / 85 ESC (+15)
- 10/14 FIR
- 10/18 GIR (2 birdies)
- 34 Putts (3 3-putts, 10 2-putts, 5 1-putts)

I'm going to be kicking myself for a while about this round. Made the turn +1 (had an awful three-putt on the first par 5 that led to bogey), and was +3 through 13 holes before everything just came crashing down. Lost a 9 iron right off the par 3 No. 14 hole that led to a double bogey, and then recorded a 10 on No. 16 after a miserable hole from tee-to-green. Lost four balls over the last five holes, leaving a really sour taste in my mouth after playing so well earlier in the round. 

Oh well. That's golf I guess. I got a little tight as the round progressed because I knew I was playing so well and started making mistakes. Mentally, something to work on.

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15 hours ago, cnosil said:

I did a class on one of the competing methodologies (Vector Green Reading) and struggled with feeling the slope with my feet.  I know it is something you have to practice but I just struggled.   I would love to try aimpoint,  but haven't found a clinic near me.    Right now I kind of just eyeball the slope and determine break from there.   Would like to take the classes to do double breaks.  

 

... I understand there are methods to try and evaluate break like Aim Point. I know it works well for some which is great. But you touched on something I have never understood. There are certainly times when I face a graduated break the entire putt but much more often there is nuance to putts. Starts straight but breaks at he hole or breaks little left then straitens out at the hole and of course starts breaking a little left and breaks back right at the hole. Even most putts that break one way or the other all the way to the hole, do not break the same amount along the way. I would be at a complete loss to feel the break with my feet at my ball and then judge how much it changes on the way to the hole. 

... ALL putts have slope but not all putts have break. Meaning there is no such thing as a level putt because there is always some slope so water can run off the green. It may be dead straight but a hair uphill or downhill so one will have to be hit a little easier or harder than the other going in opposite direction even though they are both straight putts. I have a really good feel for reading greens and breaks and my mistake is almost always reading more break than is actually there.  I am OK with that because it is consistent and allows me to make subtle changes on any given greens I could not make if my mistake is both high and low side.

... Green reading is a skill you either have naturally or you need to develop. As I have already stated every green has slope so the grass doesn't die when water sits on it. Look at the entire green to get an idea of where the water has to run off. Look for high sides or mounds and ridges that might effect a putt. Some designers love to trick golfers with a green that slopes left to right with an obvious hill on the left so all putts have to break left to right, then they put in a gentle counter slope that is difficult to see and can only be understood by time and experience. These are the times you see professionals miss a putt and go back to look at it a second time because it did not break the way they thought it did using all the clues. I think the very best way to start on any green is looking at it as a whole and seeing where the water will go if it rains. Personally I think that is one of the advantages of walking as you get a good view of the green as whole when you approach it, something everyone should be doing. Same thing in the middle of the green, look where the water runs from one side to the other and then see where it might re-direct before resuming it's path off the green because of a ridge or gentle slops. But if Aimpoint or another technical approach might help you, it is obviously something to explore. 

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1 hour ago, edingc said:

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Beautiful weather for some fall golf yesterday. Took the day off and drove out to one of my favorite courses that is down to $30 with cart for fall rates. They had punched greens almost two weeks ago so they were pretty much fully healed already, too.

- 37/50 = 87 / 85 ESC (+15)
- 10/14 FIR
- 10/18 GIR (2 birdies)
- 34 Putts (3 3-putts, 10 2-putts, 5 1-putts)

I'm going to be kicking myself for a while about this round. Made the turn +1 (had an awful three-putt on the first par 5 that led to bogey), and was +3 through 13 holes before everything just came crashing down. Lost a 9 iron right off the par 3 No. 14 hole that led to a double bogey, and then recorded a 10 on No. 16 after a miserable hole from tee-to-green. Lost four balls over the last five holes, leaving a really sour taste in my mouth after playing so well earlier in the round. 

Oh well. That's golf I guess. I got a little tight as the round progressed because I knew I was playing so well and started making mistakes. Mentally, something to work on.

It's best to NOT know that you are +1 at the turn and +3 through 13.  

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17 hours ago, cnosil said:

I would love to try aimpoint,  but haven't found a clinic near me. 

You may have already checked - there's a "Find an Instructor" map / lookup on their website...
https://aimpointgolf.com/findInstructor

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I've not taken an actual AimPoint course but having seen people use it and a few YouTube videos with pros using it, I do employ some elements from it in my own green reading.

You measure the slope with your feet at multiple intervals of the putt you're trying to read. I believe it's generally you take a reading at the ball, you take a reading at the halfway point and if the putt is long enough you take a third reading at the 3/4 point. After that there's a calculation you do with the slopes that a player has measured to determine starting line.

I do the 2-3 slope checks on my putts but I've not gone through any of the calibration stuff with using levels and the arm distance calibration for green speed, so I mainly use the feelings I get from the slope checks with my feet to confirm what I see with my eyes. I've found this to be a method that works reasonably well for me.

 
... I understand there are methods to try and evaluate break like Aim Point. I know it works well for some which is great. But you touched on something I have never understood. There are certainly times when I face a graduated break the entire putt but much more often there is nuance to putts. Starts straight but breaks at he hole or breaks little left then straitens out at the hole and of course starts breaking a little left and breaks back right at the hole. Even most putts that break one way or the other all the way to the hole, do not break the same amount along the way. I would be at a complete loss to feel the break with my feet at my ball and then judge how much it changes on the way to the hole. 

... ALL putts have slope but not all putts have break. Meaning there is no such thing as a level putt because there is always some slope so water can run off the green. It may be dead straight but a hair uphill or downhill so one will have to be hit a little easier or harder than the other going in opposite direction even though they are both straight putts. I have a really good feel for reading greens and breaks and my mistake is almost always reading more break than is actually there.  I am OK with that because it is consistent and allows me to make subtle changes on any given greens I could not make if my mistake is both high and low side.

... Green reading is a skill you either have naturally or you need to develop. As I have already stated every green has slope so the grass doesn't die when water sits on it. Look at the entire green to get an idea of where the water has to run off. Look for high sides or mounds and ridges that might effect a putt. Some designers love to trick golfers with a green that slopes left to right with an obvious hill on the left so all putts have to break left to right, then they put in a gentle counter slope that is difficult to see and can only be understood by time and experience. These are the times you see professionals miss a putt and go back to look at it a second time because it did not break the way they thought it did using all the clues. I think the very best way to start on any green is looking at it as a whole and seeing where the water will go if it rains. Personally I think that is one of the advantages of walking as you get a good view of the green as whole when you approach it, something everyone should be doing. Same thing in the middle of the green, look where the water runs from one side to the other and then see where it might re-direct before resuming it's path off the green because of a ridge or gentle slops. But if Aimpoint or another technical approach might help you, it is obviously something to explore. 


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We had 28 golfers this morning at Pebble Creek in Tampa. This course is a 35/36:71 Par course. Today, I shot 36/43:79, one over on the front and 6 over on the back. I had a birdie on the Par 4 #9. So I was +4 today and shared first place with two othersI have been experimenting with the one plane swing and it has definitely made a difference in my game, especially my putting. Watching DeChambeau on tv got me thinking so I dribbled around and watched video of Moe Norman. I am not perfect on this yet, but have had some success. Our Fall Blitz, a 2 day quota tournament is next week. Hope my swing stays together for it.

 

BTW, my putting was off the chart, making several putts over 10’ today.

 

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1st round in 6 weeks. Friend got me out of the house after losing my brother earlier in the week. Went out to Mallard Cr out in Lebanon and was treated to s beautiful 70 degree fall day. 

Started out even par after 4 then took a double par. Moments of brilliance and moments of wth. Too steep at times and struggled to bogey golf if lucky. 

Great day out before 9 months of Oregon rain.  

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2 hours ago, fozcycle said:

I have been experimenting with the one plane swing and it has definitely made a difference in my game..

Huh interesting! @Kenny B had been working on that .. not sure but I believe he may have moved away from it..? But he could prob provide some insights or tips for you.

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