r/golf 10h ago Facepalm

EQUIPMENT Neighbor is giving me all of this for $100. Should I take it?

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r/golf 10h ago Bravo!

I’m just gonna leave this here

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r/golf 11h ago Narwhal Salute

PICS My coworker made this for me out of an old six iron.

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r/golf 8h ago Masterpiece

Torrey clock and an insane post round sunset on November 17th

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r/golf 16h ago

Don’t buy Cut golf balls

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r/golf 22h ago Silver

Putting make rates by time of day. (2004 to 2021 - tour players)

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r/golf 6h ago

Kapalua Plantation - little to no wind, beautiful morning for a bucket list course.

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r/golf 11h ago

Ran into a little friend on the last green of the par 3

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r/golf 17h ago

DISCUSSION I did the math… Benefits of building at home golf simulator

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I did the math on range cost savings in a year if I built my own golf sim in a garage.

Assumptions: $12 per large bucket of balls 7 miles total round trip to drive to the range Average price of gas of $3.20 5 range trips per month Truck gets 20 MPG Driving Time to and from range total - 15 mins

Results:

Over the course of the year I spend about $850 in range fees/gas to go to the range. I also spend about 16 hours driving to and from the range each year

I can buy a Garmin R10 for $550, a projector for $100, a mat for $150, an impact screen for $125, and build a DIY enclosure for probably a couple hundred dollars. (Already have an IPAd). In total it would probably cost me around $1200 to build a simple Sim.

I could break even in about 1.5 years.

Granted this is the cheap route as afar as sims go.


r/golf 13h ago

Beautiful day for a sesh in the midlands 🇬🇧 🙌⛳️

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r/golf 15h ago

So my wife is looking to buy me a second hand driver for Christmas we can't afford the new at around 450 Mark so any recommendations would be appreciated please for a high handicapper such as myself

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r/golf 1h ago

ACHIEVEMENT Broke 100 for the first time!

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Told my playing partner this morning before we played that I was going to go under 100 today and I went and did it! 98 strokes for 39 stableford points! (Excuse the messy scorecard, had my daily handicap wrong by a stroke and only realized after the fact)


r/golf 1d ago

Not gonna lie headline got me

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r/golf 3h ago

A round that I will always remember happened today.

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It's not because I played well. It's not because of some great course. I have always enjoyed playing with strangers. Learning just a little about them and what makes them love golf so much.

I had the absolute pleasure to play with 3 generations of a family today. The grandfather, father, and son. It was the first round back for the grandfather after he beat cancer. The Son was back from college for Thanksgiving. I learned along with his dad and son it was probably the father's last round of golf due to the shrapnel he received in Iraq. Next week he goes under the knife in an attempt to remove it before it kills him. He will lose the function of one leg about 99.5% and over 90% he will never walk again. Just being a fly on the wall was so satisfying to watch the love and compassion they had for each other. It makes me realize how important family is.

I wish them the best of luck. The grandfather shot 89, father 92, son 88. The Son won 500 bucks for winning. The story of the round was the father's eagle of the 18th for sure. He dunked it from 105 out.


r/golf 14h ago

SWING HELP My 7-iron goes 164 yds, so does my 6-iron... and my 5-iron. Help?

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I deliver different dynamic lofts but my club head speed is almost identical for these 3 clubs (85 mph) which results in them going the same distance.

Has anyone here had this issue and fixed it? Or does anyone know the reason why? My theory is that longer clubs are heavier and thus slower to swing so I get no benefit from their extra length.


r/golf 5h ago

My round today in a picture

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Nearly eagled a 330y par 4, 2nd shot from 160y in the rough. Ball bounced 8y away, 3 putted for bogey🤬


r/golf 14h ago

Professional Tours I covered my first solo golf tournament back in October, this was my favorite shot

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r/golf 1d ago

A local pro golfer I follow spent all day hitting 1200 balls…

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r/golf 10h ago

I started golf 6 months ago and fell in love, tonight my new irons showed up to nearly complete the bag upgrades. Can't wait for MN golf season again. Cheers, yall.

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r/golf 20h ago

EQUIPMENT Early Xmas gift to me - Full set of Irons [First not hand me down set]

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r/golf 12h ago

Why are those 3 foot birdie putts so darn hard to sink

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I swear when I'm putting for birdie or eagle its like I've never putt before, but when it is 30 feet for double bogey I am Tiger Woods on the putter lol


r/golf 16h ago

Bought my dad his retirement present (Thanks Callaway Pre-Owned!)

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r/golf 19h ago

EQUIPMENT Here we go, one step closer to the tour!

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r/golf 10h ago

First time at pro event, Australian open. Cam Smith playing at Kingston heath but Adam Scott teeing off in 2 hours at Victoria golf club. Amazing to experience it for the first time.

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