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      I want to be impress but considering most pros practice with a launch monitor all the time and he is world number one im not at all surprise.

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        Originally posted by sunshiNee View Post
        I want to be impress but considering most pros practice with a launch monitor all the time and he is world number one im not at all surprise.
        I'm going to say that this is probably pretty standard for tour players, particularly as you say for the top players. That's why they are top players.

        I might have shared this story here before . Marlene Streit plays and practices at my course. About 3 years ago she was part of a tournament and i set her up at our par 3 11th hole where she was the Pro in a beat the Pro hole. The hole was probably playing 115.

        I gave her the yardage and she hit a couple balls using a fairway wood. She asked me to come watch her as she felt she was hooking the ball and her eyesight was not good enough for her to see where the ball ended up. She'd hit maybe 4 shots and then hit 4 or 5 more with me watching and asked me where they were on the green. Without exaggeration, every ball she hit was a carbon copy , baby draw all pin high and within 15- 20 feet of the pin. She would have been 85 years young at the time.

        She was out practicing again Monday
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          Originally posted by Weirfan View Post

          I'm going to say that this is probably pretty standard for tour players, particularly as you say for the top players. That's why they are top players.

          I might have shared this story here before . Marlene Streit plays and practices at my course. About 3 years ago she was part of a tournament and i set her up at our par 3 11th hole where she was the Pro in a beat the Pro hole. The hole was probably playing 115.

          I gave her the yardage and she hit a couple balls using a fairway wood. She asked me to come watch her as she felt she was hooking the ball and her eyesight was not good enough for her to see where the ball ended up. She'd hit maybe 4 shots and then hit 4 or 5 more with me watching and asked me where they were on the green. Without exaggeration, every ball she hit was a carbon copy , baby draw all pin high and within 15- 20 feet of the pin. She would have been 85 years young at the time.

          She was out practicing again Monday
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