August 11th, 2006, 03:44 PM #31
Last Round-78 at the club I belong to. Won my flight in the club championship....playing with Taylor Made LT 2.
No One, the LT 2's are very good and forgiving clubs. When buying make sure you get fitted. They will work a heck of lot better.
August 12th, 2006, 11:10 PM #32
Thanks for the recommendation. I may try them this week. Couldn't hurt. I have lost my game, as I put on display this afternoon. 95 at San Juan Hills. 3 snowmen. I hit shots (and putts) today I haven't hit for over a year. I typically shoot between 85 - 89.
Originally Posted by BAD91
Work kept me off the course (and range) for two weeks, and I forgot how to play.
Of course, I am blaming my iron play on the fact that I am looking for new irons
August 22nd, 2006, 04:38 PM #33
I played Arroyo Trabuco a couple weeks ago. All was well through the first 11 holes - 39 on the front, down to 2 over after 11. Then I end up 7 over on the last 7 holes thanks to 2 balls finding water and my putter deciding to take the rest of the round off. Even with the frustrating finish the $0.81 beer tasted damn good at the clubhouse bar. That and you really can't complain when you can pull off a round on the weekend in OC in less than 4 hours.
August 22nd, 2006, 11:25 PM #34
77 at Dove Canyon on Friday, including a *$&#ing 8 on the par 3 fourth hole.
What's this I hear about a LGK regular game??
August 23rd, 2006, 09:09 AM #35
Shot a 36 (par) at Boomers in Montclair. It's an indoor mini-course. The obstacles there are really ridiculous but I managed par. Can't wait to get out on the links again soon.
Last game I played was at Marshall Canyon because it's always free free free. I think I shot a 48 on the front nine and probably had about one beer a hole. I am not a very good golfer I just like to hit the ball. There is nothing more annoying then playing with one of those know it alls that have to tell you every bad thing with your swing. If I wanted golf lessons I would pay for them. I like to have fun and it's great when you go out and play with out a care and beat someone who is trying their hardest.
August 28th, 2006, 01:51 PM #36
I shot a 96 at Westlake on Sunday - I am a hack! I won 1 skin on the 9th hole with a really nice 1 putt from 15 ft. I MUST fix that slice with my woods!
August 30th, 2006, 08:31 AM #37
Shot a 96 and a 90 at Stallion Mountain in Las Vegas. (not bad for a 23 handicap)
August 30th, 2006, 09:05 AM #38
I played Riverview in Santa Ana this past Saturday. I shot a 91 despite an eight on the first hole and two nines on the back nine. FOCUS FOCUS FOCUS.
August 30th, 2006, 10:35 AM #39
Last round was a 81 Friday at Shady Canyon. Shot 42-39 with a double on 17 & 18. Even on the front after 6 but everyone knows what happens when your playing partner tells you that you are even so far......
August 30th, 2006, 10:59 AM #40
no ****.. or when you glance at the card and see 0 0 0 -1 1 0 1.. then I go out and get 4 4, just to piss me off..
Originally Posted by Fielddog
I shot a 95 (37 PUTTS!!!)at Los Verdes on Saturday, and a 100 at Francisco Gande (in Casa Grande, AZ) from the tips (7500 yards)!!!
I am leaving too many shots on the greens..
before Staurday's round, my 7 iron's shaft flew off on the range.