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Old 04-08-2013, 07:32 PM
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I agree with this, but with me being a 931 rated player, and more than likely moving to advanced with next update, without extra distance I'm going to be taking some serious beatdowns. Most courses here in the Greater Cincinnati area have long and short teepads, and most of my tournaments are local. There are hundreds of holes here that are 350-400 range where our local advanced players can park. With me maxing out around 350ish, I'll be taking a lot of pars where others take birds. Makes for a hard time to gain strokes.

Unless your playing on wide open courses with 50% 800 ft holes it is most likely not only lack of distance. One of the best pros in my area has a max of 400-420 and has been rated 980+ for several years. Great upshots, great putting and accuracy on 300 ft and in is what kills it. If those 350-400 ft holes are in tight woods then those ams are damn good!
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Old 04-08-2013, 10:57 PM
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The real benefit to length happens in the 350-475' holes where bigger arms can get a solid shot at deuce, and smaller arms get a simple 3.
4 is not an option? Sounds like poor course design.
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