Chances are good i will be out there tomorrow. The temperature is expected to get up to 74 degrees. Unless something happens i will be out there!
As an update, i had a couple errands to run today so i did not get out on the golf course, but i did go to the driving range, so it was a semi-success.
I hit the ball well, i even hit two of the signs, not hit next to them, hit them. You can argue "in real life that would have rolled past the hole", and you would be correct, but at the range im not worried about lining it up perfectly, my aim isnt to get to the signs it is to hit them so i achieved my goal. Because it is satisfying to hear the wood and golf ball meet.
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Played indoor golf the other day and shot a 74. Not bad considering I haven't swung since October. Took me a few shots but I was surprised how well I actually played. Average clubhead speed was over 110 mph, average drive was about 310, hit most of the greens in reg. Putting killed me though. Only made a few long putts. Missed plenty of birdie and eagle putts. Should have shot in the high 60's.
Shot 82 last Sunday in a tourney. Add in my 19 handicap and the net wasn't too shabby . Not too bad for golfing less than two years now.
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I shot a 92 on saturday for the first round out of the year. Which was good for me. It's below my handicap
There is still snow on my course, maybe in a couple of weeks I will be able to get out.
Shot a 90 today. Lipped out a putt on 17 for a double bogey and then bogey'd 18 for a 90. Had some great chances to finally break 90, and let it slip threw my hand. I've broken 90 before but never from my home course.
Played a local course's front 9 a week or so ago, shot a 37. Started with two bogey's and played the last 7 holes -1. Tried to play Thanks giving point on Sunday... the wind was just insane. The holes into the wind would literally take 3+ the normal club you'd hit. I ended up hitting 3 wood off the tee to keep the ball down, still would barely go anywhere. 40 mph winds + golf = no fun.
haven't had a chance to play, i'm jonesing hard. in the next couple of weeks it'll be my first round in a while.
so my handicap says I should shoot a 93 on my home course (par 70)
Took a lesson and they really messed with my grip and what not on Tuesday and trying to turn more threw the ball. I struggled thursday in our mens league shooting a 52 over 9
Yesterday I shot a 94
Today I was on fire. I did triple bogey 17 though, but still managed to shoot an 86. So My handicap will bring me down from a 23 to at least a 22 I believe. I'm trending there now. If I get 1-2 more good rounds in and jump off the other 98 on my handicap, I think it might be a 21 by the end of the month. Which might suck since i'm playing a guy in a year long tourney and it's handicap based.
Going on four years removed from high school (was on the golf team and played a lot), and I'm lost on the course. Senior year of high school I brought my handicap down to a high 3 or 4... Now I'm probably a 12 since I hardly play.
Last round I played I hit two houses and had the shanks going haha... I figured it out though, I wasn't turning enough behind the ball (on my back-swing).
"Uh huh, you suck! You wanted this noise! You wanted this noise!"
Played the backside today. -2 and probably should have been -4 or even -5. The course isn't particularly long, but the greens are quick and the rough is deep. Played really well, yardages and aim dialed in. 4/6 fairways, and 8/9 greens. Longest putt made was about 15 feet, longest one I looked at was probably 20 haha. Two sand saves too.
He woulda been ****ed in Washington...
Update: Turns out he was ****ed in Kansas City too
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