Actually my putts are getting much better.
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To understand how hard Winthrop Gold is, just count how many players shot par or better. Then count the number of 1000 rated players that shot over par.Or take a look at what the 1000 rated rounds were for each round. (par 68)
1st round: 70 = 999
2nd round: 70 = 1002
3rd round: 69 = 1001
4th round: 68.5 = 1000 (68=997 and 67=1003)
That's the only course/tourney I can recall where 1000 rated rounds were over par.
Caleb? Do you still have my Bag Tag #17 that we collected from Dick Parker at Swope on 9/30 'Twas my understanding we tied at 49, and you had the higher tag. You can have my #63
Arturo has developed a very solid mental game and PRACTICES many different shots.. I talked with him after his tournament sunday night and he was so happy and very humble. I was even more impressed when he said he threw a couple of his favorites in the drink early in the week warming up. Arturo is a GREAT player and an AWESOME person.
Why do you think he had a bad if you want to call it that, first round?
I'm thinking maybe because it was his first time playing the course?
a disc like a teebird is soooo consistent because it's upper bound range is something absurd. it's only really reachable with headwind assistance. keep in mind, teebirds aren't meant to be flipped over and thus are a different animal than the other discs.
i beg to differ on the teebird comment,,,,, i flip mine over with or without headwind.... along with ce firebirds and my newfound love the destroyer.... not low weights either....
you really expect Tavish, Marshal, or Fred to respond in here?
Fred responds in here occasionally.
so by responding here.....oh never mind......