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  • #16
    A day or two off never hurts but I find that I have cycles of good and bad play...witness the fluctuations in my index over the past 90 days...seems to be mirroring the TSX.

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    Driver - Cobra F7
    Fwy Metals - TM M2 3+5
    Hybrids - TM SLDR 4+5
    Irons - TM M4 6-AW
    Wedges - King Cobra 54+58
    Putter - Scotty GoLo5r

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    • #17
      Originally posted by dmcdam View Post
      I'd suggest a fun round with some buddies with a couple of beers. Play a fun game to take the focus off scoring. There are different versions but I like the ones where every time you win a hole, you get to take a club out of your opponent's bag. Or maybe just play a round with 3 or 4 clubs of your choice. It will force you to try and make different shots with different clubs, instead of standing over the same of club/distance scenarios.
      2nd booze

      I once was playing Lakeview with a couple buds and after a great start I got the dreaded S....s on the 6th. So bad that if I hit 5 shots i"d do a full circle. I walked to the clubhouse, chugged a shot and a coupole beers and met them on 10 tee and proceeded to shoot a 39 on the back
      "Don't cry because it's over, Smile because it happened "

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