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The Club House / Congrats to Brooke Henderson
« Last post by gottaputt on December 30, 2018, 02:33:51 PM »
Brooke Henderson was named Canadian Female Athlete of the Year for 2018.  Way to go Brooke!
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Strategy and Technique / Re: Flagstick in or out?
« Last post by CourtGolf on December 30, 2018, 01:52:21 PM »
Well naturally, with the help of Bryson DeChambeau, it depends on the COR of the stick....  ;D

I don't see it making much difference - I might leave it in going downhill and on really long putts just so someone else doesn't have to tend.
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I played the DH-89 for the first part of the year. Changed when the 612 arrived for a few months and moved to the 615 when it arrived. The 615 has a counter balance SS pistol grip which I love and am in the process for putting one on my DH-89. I will put that in the bag for the start of 2019. I feel I could game any of the three because they all are superior putters and basically have the same specs, the DH-89 being about 15 grams heavier than the other two. Looking forward to a great 2019 and wish all here the same.  :)
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Strategy and Technique / Re: Flagstick in or out?
« Last post by jpwb8 on December 30, 2018, 09:50:13 AM »
It's a thorny one alright.
I wonder how many fights there are going to be when the first to putt pulls the flag and then the next one asks him to put it back...

I'll certainly be doing some experimentation though.
I think it's easier to hit a thing than a hole.
Like on the practice green. You can hit a ball to a tee pretty easily, but if you make a gate out of two tees it's a bit more difficult.

Or is that just me?
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Strategy and Technique / Re: Flagstick in or out?
« Last post by Rob McHugh on December 30, 2018, 05:02:05 AM »
Same as Sam, out for me for the same reasons and in sometimes. Maybe for the long putts that i would normally have tended.

Rob
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Strategy and Technique / Re: Flagstick in or out?
« Last post by johnny5 on December 29, 2018, 09:05:53 PM »
Out for me, but I carry 13 clubs and with two wedges. Ol school for me always.
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Strategy and Technique / Re: Flagstick in or out?
« Last post by RobotDoctor on December 29, 2018, 12:16:52 PM »
Generally I am going to still go flagstick out.  Sometimes the flagstick seems to be leaning favoring one part of the hole.  There will be times I will leave it in but probably not as often as I take it out.
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Strategy and Technique / Flagstick in or out?
« Last post by JunkerJorge on December 28, 2018, 05:45:05 PM »
In a few days you will have the choice of leaving the flagstick in or out for your putts. Which way you going?
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The Club House / LPGA Player Profile: In Gee Chun
« Last post by tonyj5 on December 28, 2018, 01:55:03 AM »
It has been quite a while since I did my last player profile. With the LPGA 2019 season not set to begin for a couple of weeks, I thought now would be a good time.

The player I chose today is not only one of my personal favorites, but a big fan favorite all over the world. The player I have chosen is:

In Gee Chun


http://www.tonyslpgareport.com/
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I have a 008X that spent most of my abbreviated season in the bag... after my stroke in June, putting was about all I could still do normally. It is a solid copper head with a double bend shaft (imagine an AnserX) that is one of two putters that I love the most. Rolled it on the carpet for a while yesterday and if just has a great feel about it.

Jimbo 8)
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