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Old 04-16-2016, 03:31 PM
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Pretty simple, although this could probably be tweaked.

Rank yourself according to PDGA divisions. Are you a pro putter, but have a weak arm? Good at approaches but stink in the circle?

For myself:

Driving Overall: Rec
FH: Novice-Rec
BH: Rec-Int

Approaching: Int-Adv
Putting: Int
Specialty (Rollers, thumbers...etc): Novice

Mental game: Novice

The only thing I'm a pro at is being inconsistent.

How about you?
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Old 04-16-2016, 03:47 PM
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Driving Overall: Int
FH: Rec
BH: Int-Adv

Approaching: Int-Adv
Putting: Int
Specialty (Rollers, thumbers...etc): noobsauce

Mental game: Infant

I do fine during mini's, local events and casual rounds with mpo/advanced players, but when it comes to go time during a big tournament, it's like I forget everything I'd been working on and don't implement any of it in to my game. Throwing with friends (980-1000 rated) I'm comfortable with, I hit lines, bang chains, and everything falls in to place. Just gotta put more pressure on myself during practice/casual rounds to try to mimic tournament stress. Haven't found a way to really do that yet though.
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Old 04-16-2016, 03:58 PM
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Driving Overall: Rec
FH: Int-Adv
BH: Rec

Approaching-FH: Int-Adv
Approaching-BH: Int on short approaches, Rec on longer
Approaching-OH: Int
Putting: Rec
Rollers: Rec
Thumbers/Tomahawks: Int
Hitting trees: Pro

Mental game: what's a "mental game?"
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Old 04-16-2016, 04:13 PM
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Driving Overall: Pro
FH: Int-Adv
BH: Pro

Approaching: Pro
Putting: Pro
Specialty (Rollers, thumbers...etc): Adv

Mental game: Pro
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Old 04-16-2016, 04:19 PM
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Driving Overall: Int
FH: Rec
BH: Int

Approaching: Adv
Putting: Int
Specialty (Rollers, thumbers...etc): Novice

Mental game: Int
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Old 04-16-2016, 04:23 PM
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Driving Overall: Adv (I get off the tee well, although not super far)
FH: Novice (I can do touch FH approaches at a Int level)
BH: Adv

Approaching: Int
Putting: Int
Specialty (Rollers, thumbers...etc): Novice

Mental game: Adv

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Old 04-16-2016, 04:33 PM
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Driving Overall: Low level pro
FH: Pro
BH: Adv

Approaching: Adv
Putting: Int
Specialty (Rollers, thumbers...etc): Pro

Mental game: Mental game is strong but I am prone to short bouts of putting yips.
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Old 04-16-2016, 05:25 PM
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Driving overall: Low Pro (I can easily reach 400 (500 max) but I'm lacking precision)
Backhand: Pro
Sidearm: 1 out of 2 is Int, the other is Am (300 max, but I feel money under 200 with my FD2)

Approaching: Adv (takes me 2 strokes from 200 and under 2 times out of 3)
Putting: Adv on a bad day, Pro on a good one (we don't have a lot of wind here)
Speciality: Int-Adv (Adv (but 450 distance) for rollers, Int for the rest)

Mental game: I play a lot better in tournaments than in casual rounds, but I'll say Adv (bad choices sometimes).

My main problem is consistency (my rating can go from 894 (and it's counting...) to 1030), but it's getting better.
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Old 04-16-2016, 05:32 PM
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Driving Overall: Int
FH: N/A
BH: Adv

Approaching: Adv (RHBH only)
Putting: Int
Specialty (Rollers, thumbers...etc): AM2

Mental game: Pro! On ice! (nevermind, about a 6 out of 10)
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Old 04-16-2016, 05:33 PM
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Driving Overall: Int
FH: Int
BH: Int

Approaching: Int
Putting: Adv/Open
Specialty (Rollers, thumbers...etc): Novice all the way

Mental game: Int

My main issue is concentration. I'm great at focusing on putts. I'm ok on approaches. Drives are my major issue. I can throw Adv. distance, but my accuracy can be all over the place. Sometimes I'm spot on, sometimes I have no clue where it's going. If I could ever get my drive and approach focus where my putting is, I'd be dangerous. I've got some serious issues with distractions.
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