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11/12/07 7:49 PM
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Animal Chin
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range finder?  skycaddie?  steppin that shit off?  what's your technique? 

does anyone ever ask for a pin sheet and get perfect distances?  i think that's the best and most accurate way.  plus, the chicks dig it.

11/13/07 12:06 PM
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Animal Chin
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Edited: 13-Nov-07
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does your course offer pin sheets?  not pin placement charts, but the sheet that has the circles on it with the exact pin position on the green.

11/14/07 8:51 AM
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that sucks.  i don't like that some courses don't offer their guests the chance to get good yardages. 

 

11/14/07 1:34 PM
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Animal Chin
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Edited: 15-Nov-07 01:55 PM
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fuck all that noise. 

i use my rangefinder and walk it off with the pinsheet and yardage book.  i like my rangefinder but it's more there to check my numbers just to make sure i'm on.  that way, in the spring when i start doing real caddying, i'll feel confident in the numbers i'm spitting out. 

12/22/07 10:18 PM
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hendew
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The main course I play has sattelite screens in our cart and it helps a bunch.If I am not there I use my best judgement.
12/24/07 1:28 PM
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NovakHT
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On my home course I just step it off most of the time... but since I am not always straight..lol I use a skycaddie.. Pretty nice to get a distance from the rough or another fairway. I am thinking about upgrading to the newest one.
12/24/07 3:23 PM
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Animal Chin
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if you're going to spend the money, go with a good rangefinder instead of the skycaddie  i use the bushnell 1500 with slope.  it's nice to have something doing the math on elevation changes for you.


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