DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

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Postby Blake_T » Fri Mar 30, 2007 9:17 pm

mothrows:

unfortunately, i have at most 3-4 days and i despise driving... especially with the price of gas nowadays.

however, you could pick me up and drive me to texas and we could do some lesson work on the way :P
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby sunspot » Sat Oct 25, 2008 10:43 pm

I know this is about a year old and I don't know if you have even thought about coming down at all or if you are even able to do so, but if you are, then I'll definitely throw some cash your way. Hopefully the prospect of coming down to the Dallas area is still a viable option for you. If you can't then I'll have to resort to using a giant mirror to analyze my throw. :D
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby Blake_T » Sat Oct 25, 2008 11:43 pm

funding never happened.
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby Bradley Walker » Wed Nov 26, 2008 7:06 am

Blake_T wrote:funding never happened.


If Blake wants to come Dallas, he has a very nice place to stay. I can also help with the plane ticket.

Blake and I re-visited this idea the other day. I still think he should hold a clinic for two hours and charge 20 bucks. 10 guys is most of a plane ticket right there.

I have a huge soccer field by my house that has large concrete sidewalks. Great for field throwing.
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby RustyP » Wed Nov 26, 2008 12:43 pm

Bradley Walker wrote:
Blake_T wrote:funding never happened.


If Blake wants to come Dallas, he has a very nice place to stay. I can also help with the plane ticket.

Blake and I re-visited this idea the other day. I still think he should hold a clinic for two hours and charge 20 bucks. 10 guys is most of a plane ticket right there.

I have a huge soccer field by my house that has large concrete sidewalks. Great for field throwing.


As long as it's on a weekend I'll pay $20 and drive into town...might even be able to get a few others from here to come with me. I know Sunspot was interested, and a few of the other guys I play with regularly always talk about wanting to improve their game...perfect opportunity!
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby Blake_T » Wed Nov 26, 2008 12:49 pm

bleh,

then i'd have to come up with some actual clinic type material. i do better addressing specific issues and teaching specific shots.

would probably be 50% putting, 50% other crap.
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby RustyP » Wed Nov 26, 2008 1:01 pm

Online help works just fine for me...just letting you know that if you did come to Dallas, I'd be in attendance. As soon as I can get someone to video my drives, putts, etc I'll be uploading them here for your expert analysis :)
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby Blink » Wed Nov 26, 2008 1:21 pm

I'd throw down a dub for some hands on critique.
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby Bradley Walker » Wed Nov 26, 2008 2:13 pm

Blake_T wrote:bleh,


I think this is bigger problem than funding... :lol:
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby Blake_T » Wed Nov 26, 2008 5:41 pm

hehe.

tryin to find a means that's feasible and useful. 2 hours worth of clinic time is a long time, especially considering that it'll be towards people of multiple skill levels. some info would be beneficial to some, while it would be useless to others. putting is about the only thing that most people would find beneficial as a whole.

i could cover a few specifics but i think most people would benefit the most from 10-20 min's of 1 on 1.
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby masterbeato » Fri Nov 28, 2008 11:43 pm

I might gather up the money to fly out there with you man so your not flying alone. You could be the dough I could be the show?
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby Bradley Walker » Sat Nov 29, 2008 9:15 pm

Let's see...what does DFW have to offer?

1. Mild winters. It was 60 degrees today.
2. Several DG courses.
3. Some of the finest gentleman's clubs in the world.
4. Largest selection of premium tequilas in Texas.
5. Me. I am just a fun guy (and my back does not hurt any more).

What the F@@k else do you need?
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby RustyP » Mon Dec 01, 2008 10:28 am

Bradley Walker wrote:Let's see...what does DFW have to offer?

1. Mild winters. It was 60 degrees today.
2. Several DG courses.
3. Some of the finest gentleman's clubs in the world.
4. Largest selection of premium tequilas in Texas.
5. Me. I am just a fun guy (and my back does not hurt any more).

What the F@@k else do you need?


6. Brad's giant-ass dog...if funding for a plane ticket home is a problem, you could probably saddle-up and ride this beast back to MN :D
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby Timko » Mon Dec 01, 2008 11:47 am

Bradley Walker wrote:What the F@@k else do you need?


4 Seasons. And not these:

1. Not so hot
2. Warming up
3. Really fkucking hot
4. Cooling down
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Re: DGR clinic/lesson in Dallas, TX

Postby brennan » Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:49 pm

Furthur wrote:
Bradley Walker wrote:What the F@@k else do you need?


4 Seasons. And not these:

1. Not so hot
2. Warming up
3. Really fkucking hot
4. Cooling down


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