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#1: When to step up

Posted on 2006-06-04 02:08:05 by KerplunKuK

I have been playing for about 3 months now and have restricted myself to my
lessons, the range and the par three.
I can now do the par three in 30 or less every round, so would that be an ok
standard to move up to play a full 18 holes?
My local club has two courses, one of which is of a lower standard, but I do
not want to aggravate the average golfer.
All advice appreciated
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#2: Re: When to step up

Posted on 2006-06-04 09:24:43 by johnty

KerplunKuK wrote:
> I have been playing for about 3 months now and have restricted myself to my
> lessons, the range and the par three.
> I can now do the par three in 30 or less every round, so would that be an ok
> standard to move up to play a full 18 holes?

If you can do 9 holes in 30 or less consistently within three months of
starting, then you'll be better than most 18-hole players you encounter.

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#3: Re: When to step up

Posted on 2006-06-04 10:10:43 by Malcolm Wadsworth

&quot;KerplunKuK&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:kerplunk&#64;greenday.freeserve.co[dot]uk" target="_blank">kerplunk&#64;greenday.freeserve.co[dot]uk</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt;I have been playing for about 3 months now and have restricted myself to my
&gt;lessons, the range and the par three.
&gt; I can now do the par three in 30 or less every round, so would that be an
&gt; ok standard to move up to play a full 18 holes?
&gt; My local club has two courses, one of which is of a lower standard, but I
&gt; do not want to aggravate the average golfer.
&gt; All advice appreciated
&gt; --
&gt; XBL : D0C RAY
&gt;
Sounds very good to me, Scott.
I would suggest the next stage up is a full-size 9 hole course such as
Hemingford Abbots, Kingsway Centre, Marsh, Old Nene or St.Ives golf club,
depending where you live.

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#4: Re: When to step up

Posted on 2006-06-04 13:27:02 by Martin

I would anticipate that anyone with your obvious consideration will be
welcome at most clubs. A couple of suggestions :
1. When you step up to the full course, don't worry about length, go for
accuracy and keeping it down the middle on the fairway.
2. Try to book your first tee-time when it's not busy
3. Try to find an experience friend you'll take you round

Good luck
Martin

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I have been playing for about 3 months now and have restricted myself to my
lessons, the range and the par three.
I can now do the par three in 30 or less every round, so would that be an ok
standard to move up to play a full 18 holes?
My local club has two courses, one of which is of a lower standard, but I do
not want to aggravate the average golfer.
All advice appreciated
--
XBL : D0C RAY

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#5: Re: When to step up

Posted on 2006-06-04 13:56:45 by KerplunKuK

Thank you all for your advice. I asked my pro for the quietest times and he
has booked me in for Wednesday night teeing off at 7pm. I am playing the
front 9 with a guy who is working part time at the club who wants to become
a club pro.
Really looking forward to it.
Any other last minute advice?
Thanks

Scott (Sorry I always forget to name my posts, too much experience of
usenet!)
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#6: Re: When to step up

Posted on 2006-06-04 15:27:28 by Paul Schmitz-Josten

&quot;KerplunKuK&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:kerplunk&#64;greenday.freeserve.co[dot]uk" target="_blank">kerplunk&#64;greenday.freeserve.co[dot]uk</a>&gt; in
&lt;<a href="mailto:4eg03uF1bvojdU1&#64;individual.net" target="_blank">4eg03uF1bvojdU1&#64;individual.net</a>&gt;:

(First half round on a golf course)
&gt;Any other last minute advice?

a) Forget the word &quot;par&quot;.
[a1) consider not to count at all.]

b) Have fun!

Ciao,

Paul

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