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Richmond Park GC, Hole 17, Par 4 - 420 Yards.
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Came home after a long day to these beauties! @golfnewlevel 610 forged irons. Can’t wait to get these on the trackman and course this week! Love the personal touch! Look for my review and numbers and hit their link in my profile ⬆️
More bite than my new wedge...
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The medium to long bunker shot out of firm sand. Easy to low handicappers, a nightmare for weekenders. You must still lay the face open and keep speed up. For those of you who struggle, I personally recommend taking a bit less loft, say a PW or 9i and laying it open like a wedge. Then proceed to hit the shot the same as you would with a sand wedge. The ball will release a bit more than normal and come out a touch lower, but it makes it easier to carry a longer distance. @graeme_mcdowell -
Pro’s comment your thoughts and advice for the medium to long length bunker shot in the comments!
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"I think the greatest feeling shot was at Hazeltine [2002 PGA Championship, second round, 18th hole). Out of the bunker, with a 3-iron. It was a sidehill lie ... that was the best-feeling shot I’ve ever hit in competition. Man, it felt so solid, so pure and it had such a great flight to it to get it up there. The great part is, I made the putt." -Tiger Woods
T’was the night before Christmas, and out on Shandin Hills, Not a creature was stirring, not even CB the cat could be found. The flags were brought in from the perfectly kept greens, 400 rounds today, and many new Arcis Prime members were seen! As I locked up the shop, and started to count the banks, I finally found the Elf on the Shelf, and he gave me a wink. And then the phone rang, one more tee-time to book, as I entered the names...the roof, well...it shook. I ran outside to see, if US Foods was dropping off goods, And there was The Man himself....it was Tiger Woods. He was dressed in his usual Sunday attire, and I said, “I’m sorry,I thought you were a supplier.” He chuckled a bit,and reached for his bag, brim full of Bridgestone’s, Taylor Made, and a Scotty Cameron. He said he wanted to donate the whole bag to boot, to children, who have a dream of golf as their pursuit. With a wink of his eye, and a turn of my head, he was gone and not another word was said. But as I turned back, to walk to the shop, the cheers of 100,000 reverberated from the hilltop. You see Christmas is about giving, relationships to build, and that is synonymous with Shandin Hills! So Merry Christmas to you, May your holidays be divine, but remember tomorrow to book your tee time!