There is no substitute

for playing golf and learning how to score.

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  1. Posted by Calvin on August 5, 2013 at 3:07 pm

    There’s a guy in my foursome. He plays about like I do through the fairways except he plays a draw and I hit it straight with a push or pull and we arrive at the green in similar ways. The difference is he gets up and down and I get up and two putt so he is consistently high seventies and I am mid eighties.

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  2. Posted by Andrew in Belgium on August 6, 2013 at 3:00 am

    For me the difference between scoring (75-79) and not (82-86) is two or three holes, usually consecutively, at which I lose it. Practice does make this risk reduce but in competitions where things get slow I tend always to have these nasty doubles that mess up the score. What should I do doc? (Lobotomy not recommended)

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  3. […] thing that couldn’t have come at a better time really was this post by Monte yesterday… There is no substitute. He’s had another post in the past in the same vein that motivated me to take what I had to […]

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