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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenfieldBison View Post
    I always opt for a little cart path boost when available. It's just smart golf. Hitting approaches from the short grass just gets boring. Or so I have been told.
    That’s what I’ve been told as well... it’s me, though, telling myself.
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    Handicap is down to 9.8 now! Lowest ever! Hooray!
    #trustscience

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    Quote Originally Posted by heffray View Post
    Handicap is down to 9.8 now! Lowest ever! Hooray!
    What? You go -1 on El Zagel with only a 7-iron but have never had a handicap below 10? Weird, dude...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trim View Post
    What? You go -1 on El Zagel with only a 7-iron but have never had a handicap below 10? Weird, dude...
    Have you ever golfed Zags? It’s a very easy course. But also... something about a blind squirrel and an acorn applies here, I think...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenfieldBison View Post
    So glad you linked this. I think it’s a legit question to be asked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heffray View Post
    So glad you linked this. I think it’s a legit question to be asked.
    Makes one wonder if Coach K could put this much bulk on him in that amount of time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenfieldBison View Post
    Makes one wonder if Coach K could put this much bulk on him in that amount of time...
    Ha, good point. 40 lbs really does seem like way more than reasonable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenfieldBison View Post
    He also swings as hard as he can on his drives. That takes a toll on the body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisman View Post
    He also swings as hard as he can on his drives. That takes a toll on the body.
    I’ve noticed he really gets after it on some, and holds back on others. The ones where he swings his hardest, though, you’re right, it looks painfully violent.
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