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Old 02-05-2016, 09:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Playing golf with 7 clubs or less

Next time your game is in the crap house try playing with fewer clubs. After researching minimalist golf and playing my fair share of it I can tell you that for SOME, your game will actually be better with fewer options. I play with a 5 club set and have for 4 years now and I can honestly say I am a better golfer now than I was with a full set. I just dropped the clubs I couldn't control.I rarely loose a ball without a driver in the bag which is good because Im not super long. A good drive for me is 210 yards. Im a mid to high cap so I have found this a good way to break 90 on a regulation par 72 course. Caddies will love you and your pace of play will be talk of the club. Good luck to all in season 2016.
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Old 02-12-2016, 05:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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i am not that much much experience, i am still 6 month old to gulf. Your saying that Your not super long as 4 year of palying then when am going learn all this ho god!

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This is a great tip for game improvement and shotmaking. Back in college, we used to have to select a putter and 2 additional clubs to play 4 holes.
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This sounds like a fun drill! I'm gonna try it the next time I go out.
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Next time your game is in the crap house try playing with fewer clubs. After researching minimalist golf and playing my fair share of it I can tell you that for SOME, your game will actually be better with fewer options. I play with a 5 club set and have for 4 years now and I can honestly say I am a better golfer now than I was with a full set. I just dropped the clubs I couldn't control.I rarely loose a ball without a driver in the bag which is good because Im not super long. A good drive for me is 210 yards. Im a mid to high cap so I have found this a good way to break 90 on a regulation par 72 course. Caddies will love you and your pace of play will be talk of the club. Good luck to all in season 2016.
wow 7 club !! so rich. i don't enought money to buy 7 clubs
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