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AMLemus

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  1. I’m looking around for quality instructors in the Littleton area near Denver CO. Anyone know of some good instructors that won’t break the bank? Thanks!
  2. Been using the same set of plastic tees for years now. They just last forever! Given, unless I'm using my driver, which isn't used frequently, I'm hitting straight off the deck.
  3. Way to get it back on track! I think the same thing happens to most of us every now and then. Everything is humming along smoothly...until it isn't. Thankfully, for most of us, that doesn't mean we lose money!
  4. I'm still rocking my Adams Idea A7 hybrids from years ago. The 3Hy is still my go to club when the driver's not working. Consistent 230 yds and straight flight. Can't beat it.
  5. > @Nixhex524 said: > > @"North Butte" said: > > > @AMLemus said: > > > I've got a 45PW, 52GW, 56SW, and a 60GW. I'd like to ditch the 60 and get something that's useful both out of bunkers and greenside. Anyone have a wedge that's serviceable for both? > > > > Most people would probably not agree but I find the K-grind Vokeys to get excellent out of sand and somewhat surprisingly quite nice from even tight lies around the green. But I am 100% totally a "use the bounce" guy, sometimes to an extreme. > > I would TOTALLY agree with this state
  6. > @"North Butte" said: > I used to have a set of those Adams/Tom Watson wedge, back when they first came out. I liked 'em. And darned sight more affordable than these Vokeys I'm addicted to now! They're definitely a great bang for the buck, but I feel like I'm ready for something that's a bit more performance based now. I've got one Vokey already and I see why they're considered top-of-the-line!
  7. > @"North Butte" said: > > @AMLemus said: > > I've got a 45PW, 52GW, 56SW, and a 60GW. I'd like to ditch the 60 and get something that's useful both out of bunkers and greenside. Anyone have a wedge that's serviceable for both? > > Most people would probably not agree but I find the K-grind Vokeys to get excellent out of sand and somewhat surprisingly quite nice from even tight lies around the green. But I am 100% totally a "use the bounce" guy, sometimes to an extreme. I'll have to give them a look! I'm using a Vokey S-Grind 52 as a GW right now. PW is an Adams A
  8. I've got a 45PW, 52GW, 56SW, and a 60GW. I'd like to ditch the 60 and get something that's useful both out of bunkers and greenside. Anyone have a wedge that's serviceable for both?
  9. > @Tepop84 said: > +.2 currently and swing by swing app says I average 3 birdies a round. I did just set my personal best w 9 birdies in a round Sunday. That's an amazing round! I hope you were collecting bets! Well done.
  10. I'm a 13 HC and I luck into birdies more than anything. I'll grab one or two every couple rounds, but seldom am I aiming for them moreso than my misses are getting near the hole. Being in the 80-90 camp, I'm just trying to stay out of trouble for the most part. If that results in a birdie rather than the normal par or bogey, I'm a happy man.
  11. > @garzar said: > To truly test these guys they're gonna need someone to build a 8,500-8,800yd. course. They just DESTROYED a 7,600yd Medina. Make them hit long irons/hybrids into holes instead of wedge/9i every time. Crush, throw dart, make putt. Pro golf today. Its a joke. I feel like asking for wholesale course adjustments (for how many courses nation/worldwide?) would end up costing more in total in property purchases and renovations than implementing equipment limitations.
  12. I'll usually give a "nice shot" or something like that (It's good to have some variation in your compliments) when its warranted, usually on approach shots, skilled putts, getting out of trouble. On a par or better, I'll give a congratulatory "well done!" or the like. But if you're going to give compliments to your playing partners, at least try to read them first to see if they're receptive to it. Long story short, don't be patronizing!
  13. Just saw the chatter about the meetup at end of August / beginning of September. September 7/8 works best for me. Looking forward to finally seeing some of you all!
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