roadkill wrote:I've seen him crest the top of the hill on hole 2 at the Woodshed which very few have done (the only other person I've seen do it is Tyler Horne).
roadkill wrote: What's remarkable about both Myers (47) and Gangloff (42) is that their distance hasn't appeared to drop off despite being among the oldest in the open division.
bigs348 wrote:roadkill wrote:I've seen him crest the top of the hill on hole 2 at the Woodshed which very few have done (the only other person I've seen do it is Tyler Horne).
What do you mean by top of the hill? Where it kinda flattens out right before going into the woods? I made it to there at the WVO last month, right along the tree line on the left. Left myself with about a 100 foot hyzer shot into the woods, and a drop in 3. ...
bigs348 wrote: I have to say that I don't exactly consider Myers an "open" player. He has the skills, and he always hits up the USDGC, but very rarely will you see him playing Open unless there's no Master's division available. Craig, on the other hand, I don't think would play Masters if his life depended on it.
roadkill wrote:(now if I could only get Myers to stay out of masters...)
roadkill wrote:Craig's was about 50' from the pin, Tyler's was like 40'.
Don't forget Joey and Linc...
Mark56 wrote:I've been playing since May to well...Today. So that's what 5 months almost 6? Wow its been a while haha. My drives always average around 275feet I think, although occasionaly I have been hitting that 300 when i can anhyzer properly.
And these Internet scores are killin me cause everyone is throwin so far but I figure once I can get a solid anhyzer and whatnot I can only gte better from there.
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