Drunk As Inky
Posted 14 March 2018 - 01:09 PM
Peter Knight at Yarrabend.
The destroyer of many good players.
Edited by FNQ, 14 March 2018 - 01:10 PM.
Posted 14 March 2018 - 01:17 PM
seeing Supercoach, you learn to hit drawn gap wedges and driver off the deck.
mind you that's, in the advanced classes, once you have the required skill set.
very few of SC pupils get to that level.
So, you're saying that very few of SC's pupils ever get to an advanced level of skill?
That's not a good advert.
Posted 14 March 2018 - 01:20 PM
On the prowl for a decent place to get lessons:
I had been to Matt Cleverdon at Kingston heath - found him to be great, though the trips there are out of the way.
Northern is very much closer to home and I have seen the pro there for a quick checkup, not my preference.
Quick search and if anyone has thoughts on these two or others, please let me know, else I might keep going with Matt for a couple more.
Timothy Wood - Plenty Views or Growling Frog
Denis McDade at Yarrabend
Based on the opinion of the guy behind the jump at Riversdale...Tim Wood sounds like he'd be worth a try.
Winner Moonah Legends 2013 ISG Nationals | Winner The National 2013 ISG Nationals | Winner 4BBB 2013 ISG Nationals
Winner Stink's 3 Club Challenge 2015 | Winner C grade OOM The Sands 2016
Hole-in-one Growling Frog 14/1/17 5th hole 137m TM RBZ 5 hybrid / Srixon AD333 ball | Growling Frog GC Matchplay Champion 2017
Other, less impressive stuff...(I know...it's marginal...)
R/Up ISG Nationals 2013 | C Grade LD Growling Frog 8/2/14, 11th hole, TM R1, HOF Patriot shaft, testicles of steel | NTP 2nd hole Kooindah Waters 2014 ISG Nationals
3 Birdies in one round The Glades 2015 ISG Nationals | R/Up 4BBB 2015 ISG Nationals | NTP 16th hole Growling Frog OOM 2017
C Grade LD Growling Frog 26/12/17, 15th hole, Callaway BB Alpha, HOF Patriot shaft, same old testicles of steel
Low Handicap point 12.7 9/4/16
Finally...and most importantly...
Smoldy....when only the best will do.
Posted 19 March 2018 - 10:54 AM
Tim Wood it is...seems the most cost effective.
Sesh is in for April 3 and looking to refine what I have and not rebuild.
Last week for this part of the 8 week fitness challenge...seeing some change, buying a skinny pair of chinos size 32 being the biggest difference.
I could have done better in the last few weeks, but with the muttley not doing so good, we are giving him more attention with the time he has with us.
scan stats to be done on Sat and in good building blocks in place to focus on further fitness levels.
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