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  1. I appreciate the fact you didn’t use the S-word.
  2. Ouch. For me it’s usually chilli dipping a wedge 20’ after striping the longest straightest drive of my day.
  3. I’ve experimented with hooding the club to keep it down. Often wondered about clubbing up. Will give it a try; thanks for the tip.
  4. Congrats to DJ. That was some impressive golf. T ball was unbelievable.
  5. I had a series of short game lessons years ago that included putting. Keys were to stay low with the putter head, hold the follow through, and, iirc, try to impart a hook spin on the roll. For distance, Phil Mickelson has a video out there in which he takes the smallest amount of backswing and the most fore swing to make a putt. I tried that for a while and it worked for me. At this point I try to putt with my shoulders, letting my arms flow a bit. The post above seems like good advice @Soloman1
  6. Currently an 8hc. Until the 2000’s we would guesstimate our distances by course distance shrubs or plates in the fairway. I once used to swing like JT, in that I came off the deck. Literally swung so hard my feet came off the ground. Much of that time my driver was a crappy Northwestern persimmon with a concave, smashed up face. Since then, even with the newest technology, I’ve lost close to 40 yards off the tee, about 10-15 yards with irons. I’d add also that I swing at about 75-80%. I’m most concerned with accuracy. The thing is I can still bench 200lbs and am fit. Just cannot pus
  7. Yes. Getting the Norton and Adobe pop ups, as well as others.
  8. Disagree with Fitzpatrick. I don’t love Bryson’s game, but I da*n well respect what he has achieved. No way the body can hold up at that speed, so he’s striking a Faustian deal, though. The question is for how long can he dominate? Time will tell, as it always does. In the meantime there will be others to challenge, as always. I do expect the golfing bodies will try to address the situation. It will be interesting when the rulings come down the pike. My 2 cents.
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    Masters Favorite

    I agree JT or Morikawa. Also add Schauffele. Would love to see an old timer in contention, though. Like Els or Boom Boom. Dare I say El Tigre?
  10. Someone suggested growing rough really high 300 yds out. Thought that was an interesting idea. I think there could be other creative ways to make adjustments for big tournaments other than rolling the tech back on balls and equipment. No easy answers.
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    2020 US Open

    Reed tough with very high stats in both scrambling (2nd) and putting. Hideki and Wolff look impressive, too, today.
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