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  1. Ok I have a Different question. When does the event open up for registration. Is it 30 days before are something like that. All the other tour we play have a registration opens date. I can't open the 3 we are interested in.
  2. In Georgia 8th graders can play JV is my understanding. We will find out come February
  3. We had to prioritize the ones we play the most and became members of them. The others we play as non members just for fun
  4. Sorry wasn't clear. they are playing there kids down in lower quality tournaments VS where they should be playing. just playing tours they can place in versus playing a higher level.
  5. I don't see it for rankings around here but i do see a few parents that play there kids down so they can win and the parent can brag about it on Facebook and sometime bump them up a few positions. Parents that do stuff like that do not understand that all these results are posted online and everyone in the Jr Golf world knows the truth.
  6. Talk to some of Parents she is playing with they will be able to give you places that there girls got fitted. also her coach should be able to give you some advice. My son went to adult clubs about the same time. i did a lot of reading and found a good combination but i would'nt risk it again. fittings are generally cheap. best of luck
  7. At that age they should be playing more competitive tournaments looking towards AJGA. I've personally never been impressed with US kids
  8. Literally last July I was concerned my son wouldn't be able to play 6000 yard tournaments this summer. From Oct he went from 200 yards to around 235 easily. From a growth spurt to getting fitted with the appropriate shaft and club head. Ot happens and it happens over night so don't worry it'll happen .
  9. Yes his driver was fitted for him within the last 2 months.
  10. My son hit a growth spurt over the winter and is doing great with golf. Distance is great but with his driver sometimes he simply can't get his hands trought the ball and he's pushing everything right. We played yesterday and I made him take smaller swings with his driver and take off about 15 yards and he scored 3 under with several putts left short. But if I dont constantly remind him he comes back to his normal spot and the hands never catch up with the lower body. Any suggestions. I know he probably coming back a little to far because with his growth spurt I loves the distance. Just need to get the upper and lower sinked up.
  11. There is no substitute for a proper fitting period
  12. I'm not a fan of the 1st on to hole out walking away while the other 2 putt. Not a fan of him teeing off with out the other 2 are not watching. I think he should be ready to leave when the 3rd guy has holed out 2nd guy replaces flag. Then the 1st guy is ready when the rest get to the tee. With that being said we have been at many 3.5 hour nine hole tournaments and understand why people have to make these rules. Learning pace of play is just as important as learning how to putt. As they get older its important
  13. Never heard of it locally in Georgia and never heard on any large tournament's not allowing spectators. Real simple for me if I can't watch him play I'm probably not signing him up for the tournament. I enjoy watching my son learn and grow. And with all the money I have spent and miles driven I'm going to watch him if at all possible
  14. We just put the new Cleveland zipcore into play. His set should be good if he doesn't hit another growth spurt
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