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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
PostPosted: Thu June 28, 2018 6:56 pm 
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after all of these years, i'm finally getting a putter that fits me. since i was a kid, i always had off-the-rack 35" putters. WAY too big for me. about 5 years ago, i bought a 34", and it was better. but now i've changed my putting stance, and realized that i naturally fit into a 32.5 – 33" putter. borrowed a 33" from a friend for a round, and it was wild how much more consistent i was with distance, especially lag putts.


Are you a Jack Nicklaus style putter or just short?


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
PostPosted: Thu June 28, 2018 7:05 pm 
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i think he putts like he sits on the toilet


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
PostPosted: Thu June 28, 2018 7:07 pm 
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doug rr wrote:
i think he putts like he sits on the toilet


The old squatty potty technique.


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PostPosted: Thu June 28, 2018 7:08 pm 
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Anyone ever tried an Evnroll putter?


Nope. I still use a Ping Anser from the 70s.


is it stamped with phoenix or scottsdale?


they're great putters..i think i have 3 of them but haven't used them in years


I just don't play enough to really get used to a new putter. I've had the grip replaced like 4 times since my dad handed it down to me in the late 90s.


i bought a cameron around 2005 and haven't used anything since..im almost embarrassed to say that i have never changed the grip..its so worn down but i love it


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
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doug rr wrote:
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doug rr wrote:
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bodysnatcher wrote:
Anyone ever tried an Evnroll putter?


Nope. I still use a Ping Anser from the 70s.


is it stamped with phoenix or scottsdale?


they're great putters..i think i have 3 of them but haven't used them in years


I just don't play enough to really get used to a new putter. I've had the grip replaced like 4 times since my dad handed it down to me in the late 90s.


i bought a cameron around 2005 and haven't used anything since..im almost embarrassed to say that i have never changed the grip..its so worn down but i love it


Gotta go with what feels right.


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
PostPosted: Fri June 29, 2018 12:17 am 
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Monkey_Driven wrote:
bodysnatcher wrote:
after all of these years, i'm finally getting a putter that fits me. since i was a kid, i always had off-the-rack 35" putters. WAY too big for me. about 5 years ago, i bought a 34", and it was better. but now i've changed my putting stance, and realized that i naturally fit into a 32.5 – 33" putter. borrowed a 33" from a friend for a round, and it was wild how much more consistent i was with distance, especially lag putts.


Are you a Jack Nicklaus style putter or just short?


5'9", but have longer arms than average


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
PostPosted: Fri June 29, 2018 12:19 am 
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doug rr wrote:
Monkey_Driven wrote:
doug rr wrote:
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doug rr wrote:
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bodysnatcher wrote:
Anyone ever tried an Evnroll putter?


Nope. I still use a Ping Anser from the 70s.


is it stamped with phoenix or scottsdale?


they're great putters..i think i have 3 of them but haven't used them in years


I just don't play enough to really get used to a new putter. I've had the grip replaced like 4 times since my dad handed it down to me in the late 90s.


i bought a cameron around 2005 and haven't used anything since..im almost embarrassed to say that i have never changed the grip..its so worn down but i love it


i change every putter grip to the classic Ping Man Blackout. i love it. my bro makes fun of me every time we play together (he's on the trendy super-thick putter grip train)


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
PostPosted: Fri June 29, 2018 3:29 am 
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I like the fatter grip. Helps me keep my arms straight.


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
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Monkey_Driven wrote:
I like the fatter grip. Helps me keep my arms straight.


i've tried, but maybe just not long enough. seems like just can't feel the feedback from the club face though.


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
PostPosted: Sun July 01, 2018 9:50 pm 
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first time out on a regular course

1st hole double bogie (5)
2nd hole par (4)
3rd hole bogie (3)
4th hole double bogie (4)
5th hole par (5)
6th hole double bogie (4)
7th hole birdie (4)
8th hole bogie (5)
9th hole triple bogie (3)

47 for a par 37

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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
PostPosted: Sat July 07, 2018 4:51 pm 
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about to go make some hole in ones

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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
about to go make some hole in ones


how'd this go?


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
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doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
about to go make some hole in ones


how'd this go?

i started suffering from heat exhaustion and had to sit out half the round

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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
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about to go make some hole in ones


how'd this go?

i started suffering from heat exhaustion and had to sit out half the round

so no aces?


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
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doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
doug rr wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
about to go make some hole in ones


how'd this go?

i started suffering from heat exhaustion and had to sit out half the round

so no aces?

only 2

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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
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confession: i've been using a baseball grip for years but finally decided to use interlocking fingers on more than a few holes..i was making better contact, but couldn't control direction

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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
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i really want to play again this weekend but i’m afraid of heat strokes

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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
i really want to play again this weekend but i’m afraid of heat strokes


Haha, same. I'm getting a little tired of these 95 degree/60-75 percent humidity days.


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 Post subject: Re: Doug and Lenny's all things golf
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Monkey_Driven wrote:
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i really want to play again this weekend but i’m afraid of heat strokes


Haha, same. I'm getting a little tired of these 95 degree/60-75 percent humidity days.

i felt like i was going to pass out on Saturday, and sat out over half the round

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I walked onto a Pebble Beach green along the 17-mile road and put a pebble into the hole... Hole-in-One :hooray:

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