KCCO, on 24 May 2018 - 04:15 PM, said:
fillwelix, on 24 May 2018 - 11:27 AM, said:
KCCO, on 24 May 2018 - 11:22 AM, said:
I feel like I see so many very low digit singles in people's avatars, and to maintain you wouldn't be on this site as the 1-3 caps I know are out grinding to the point the last thing they would be doing is writing novels on WRX
*and some of their posts i.e. "2 stroke penalty in the water" seems like a straight up lie, yet I'd a single....if wasn't playing that way for years that person would be scratch or better....not buying it.
Anybody have a spare Rosetta stone? I have no idea what this says
What don't you understand? Maybe you need "hooked on Phonics;)" Read the topic posted recently I described by a one handicap who thought hitting in water was a 2-stroke penalty (would you believe an almost scratch golfer doesn't understand the basic rules?). And other point seems he who makes the most posts on WRX has lowest handicap OR is a 2,3,4 etc, which I do t think is attainable behind a pc screen all day. Therefore I think their caps aren't true. Making one a liar. Get it?
First, its "hooked on Phonics"
. The quote goes inside punctuation, the emoticon isn't part of the hooked on phonics title. You may need to grab a copy of Hooked on Grammar.
Second, in my first tournament, I asked the guys I played with if I could clear the sand off the green between my ball on the hole. Knowing a voluminous rulebook and being able to swing 110 mph while maintaining spine angle arn't the same thing.
I assume "do t" is "don't". It gets dark here at around 815 pm, and my club (TPC Louisiana) doesn't close until 8p. I start at 7 am so I can be out at 3p and then play late. I don't make it to 8pm every night, but 2-3 hours every day is more than enough time to maintain a low single digit. I'm not sure where you are from, but not everywhere has a golf "season" and, at least here, we can play for 3-5 hours after work lets out most days, and we can play 12 months a year.
Also I live in New Orleans so most of the time nobody really cares if you show up to work or not. If you decide to go in, that's just lagniappe. I grew up in new england and I imagine maintaining a low cap would be much, much more difficult up there (golf six months a year and even then its dark at 630).
Edited by pinestreetgolf, 25 May 2018 - 08:31 AM.