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RE: Self fitting new irons that were never fitted to me...
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    August 29, 2019


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    Dave Stockton
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Monday July 13, 2020 7:16 PM
LOL!
Peter, thanks for referring to me as a tinkerer. I wouldn't blame you or anyone else for thinking of me as a work apron wearing, nutty professor with a chaotic work bench. The work bench is kinda chaotic, but then again I drink cold beer and listen to VH and Led Zepplin while I tinker. ;-)

I lost my BC at Yucaipa! Uncle Jimmy won it from me. Last month I proposed an added BCB rule that was accepted...3 pars in a row is the equivalent of a birdie and Jimmy took advantage of it...oh well I'll get it back.

Hmmm, a GK monogrammed work/bbq apron...I'd buy one! ;-)

Cheers,
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RE: Self fitting new irons that were never fitted to me...
GKGC Par: GKGC Par Supporter GK Event: Played in a GK Event

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    August 29, 2019


Favorite Golfer:
    Dave Stockton
Favorite Golf Course:
    Oak Q & V, Rancho DelSol


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Wednesday August 5, 2020 10:59 PM
Played 36 holes with Nickesquire at Cimarron Pebble and Boulder courses today. Had a great time. Decided to bring the FFlights out to play here in prep for Mt Woodson. Glad I did, the little swing nuances and changes that I have been learning while tuning my FGv4's with lead tape; also translates well when used on the hefty FFlights. Slowing my take away and especially adding a delay to my backswing transition, is making for way better ball striking. More consistency. These slower techniques also work better on my SW and LW too(I raised those swingweights recently to D8 and D9). Still enjoying the process and epiphanies.
Thanks to Nick for the invite to play today...it was well worth it.
Cheers,
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