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Old 07-01-2019, 09:52 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Now I'm just thinking about the kitten hitting the rim and trying to hold on and pull itself up and into the basket and it's the last hole of the biggest tournament of the year and you can hear a pin drop in that crowd.
If that was me, it'd be hitting every branch in that bush in the BG. Seriously. I'd throw it at the basket, and it would do a 180 and kick off each and every one of those ****ing branches. Then it'd scratch me and piss on the basket.
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Old 07-02-2019, 11:16 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Old 07-08-2019, 08:55 AM   #23 (permalink)
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My debut as a pro is this coming weekend. I signed up in a pro division since everything in the AM's filled up within hours of registration opening and I missed it all. All that was left was 2 spots in the MP40+ (Male Pro 40 years or older) division. Derp. Still, if anything I'll learn a few things and playing along side better players helps me shoot better. The biggest benefit is having a later start time. Usually, they'll start AM's in the early hours and the Pro's get the late (prime time) starts, which in part is for the players to have optimum prep time, as well as being more convenient for spectators and vendors. Historically, my game doesn't come alive until after 3pm anyway. All my best scores have been after work rounds, which is always after 3pm, and my start time this Saturday is 2:40pm. I know I'm just mind ****ing myself into thinking I'll do ok, but even if I come in last place, I'm gonna have a good time.

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Old 07-08-2019, 10:12 AM   #24 (permalink)
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My debut as a pro is this coming weekend. I signed up in a pro division since everything in the AM's filled up within hours of registration opening and I missed it all. All that was left was 2 spots in the MP40+ (Male Pro 40 years or older) division. Derp. Still, if anything I'll learn a few things and playing along side better players helps me shoot better. The biggest benefit is having a later start time. Usually, they'll start AM's in the early hours and the Pro's get the late (prime time) starts, which in part is for the players to have optimum prep time, as well as being more convenient for spectators and vendors. Historically, my game doesn't come alive until after 3pm anyway. All my best scores have been after work rounds, which is always after 3pm, and my start time this Saturday is 2:40pm. I know I'm just mind ****ing myself into thinking I'll do ok, but even if I come in last place, I'm gonna have a good time.

Good luck bruh, you'll prolly do great!
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:46 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Thanks Mindful!

I fold like a bad poker hand when it comes to pressure putts, but if I just say **** it and turn my brain off, I should do ok. The muscle memory is there, I just have the 'what if' mindset during tournament rounds and it gets the best of me.
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Old 07-15-2019, 07:51 AM   #28 (permalink)
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My debut as a pro is this coming weekend. I signed up in a pro division since everything in the AM's filled up within hours of registration opening and I missed it all. All that was left was 2 spots in the MP40+ (Male Pro 40 years or older) division. Derp. Still, if anything I'll learn a few things and playing along side better players helps me shoot better. The biggest benefit is having a later start time. Usually, they'll start AM's in the early hours and the Pro's get the late (prime time) starts, which in part is for the players to have optimum prep time, as well as being more convenient for spectators and vendors. Historically, my game doesn't come alive until after 3pm anyway. All my best scores have been after work rounds, which is always after 3pm, and my start time this Saturday is 2:40pm. I know I'm just mind ****ing myself into thinking I'll do ok, but even if I come in last place, I'm gonna have a good time.
I played right around my rating on an XL (looooooong distances) layout, so that's not too terrible. I was keeping up with the other pro's on my cards all weekend as far as some of the drives on tricky holes, and I managed to beat 2 MPO (Open Pro's) in the division just above me. This was in a field of about 40 players in these 2 pro divisions combined. My whole purpose was to just get through the tournament though. The heat index was over 100F and there were a few who dropped out, so being able to power through and finish strong felt great. Last year at the same tournament I wasn't able to finish since my Dad passed away after the first round (it's a 2 day tournament) and I left in the early hours of the morning of day 2 to head up north and hopefully make it in time to say a final goodbye, which didn't happen since he passed while I was on my way but I stayed to help with arrangements and what not. This was more of a tribute to him as well as some closure for me. Love you Dad.
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I played right around my rating on an XL (looooooong distances) layout, so that's not too terrible. I was keeping up with the other pro's on my cards all weekend as far as some of the drives on tricky holes, and I managed to beat 2 MPO (Open Pro's) in the division just above me. This was in a field of about 40 players in these 2 pro divisions combined. My whole purpose was to just get through the tournament though. The heat index was over 100F and there were a few who dropped out, so being able to power through and finish strong felt great. Last year at the same tournament I wasn't able to finish since my Dad passed away after the first round (it's a 2 day tournament) and I left in the early hours of the morning of day 2 to head up north and hopefully make it in time to say a final goodbye, which didn't happen since he passed while I was on my way but I stayed to help with arrangements and what not. This was more of a tribute to him as well as some closure for me. Love you Dad.
Glad it was a great memory bruh, wow at the heat too. id think the disc would slip out the hand from sweat. congrats on making it through too
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