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Old 06-20-2017, 06:58 PM
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A few minutes ago I made a noob excuse..
Awful bad timing and line missing whoops hyzer with a Cannon off the tee. Junk skipped off my fairway across basket area on another hole. Walking up a pair was coming up the fairway so I lurked to wait them out. One asked me if I was looking for a disc. And I responded.
"I got distracted by the cute girl with the weedwipper working back there, terrible throw. I'm over there, you guys hole out. Gonna be a tough 3." (Pretty decent out on a safe line, but 75 feet away yet, long left for a 12' putt for 4)
Weedwipper?? I'm assuming this is what I've always heard of as a weedwhacker? Not trying to be a jerk, I'm just always fascinated with regional differences.
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Old 06-20-2017, 07:46 PM
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Haha! This is why I bag nova. Only noobs use mids for 45' approaches.
I was just caught off guard by the "midranger" reference.. I had never heard it called a midranger.. hahah hilarious. And I sincerely hope he was joking around but probably not.
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Old 06-20-2017, 08:14 PM
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Weedwipper?? I'm assuming this is what I've always heard of as a weedwhacker? Not trying to be a jerk, I'm just always fascinated with regional differences.
As we've traveled around I've heard weedeater, weedwhacker, and string trimmer. Weedwhipper is a new one!
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Old 06-21-2017, 02:39 AM
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Weedwipper?? I'm assuming this is what I've always heard of as a weedwhacker? Not trying to be a jerk, I'm just always fascinated with regional differences.
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As we've traveled around I've heard weedeater, weedwhacker, and string trimmer. Weedwhipper is a new one!
I shared this with a couple buddies and no kidding I got called out for using the term weed-whipper. Buddies use weedwhacker. Might just be me? I have run string trimmers but I have referred to as weed-whippers and operated one many of the last 35 years since I was about 10.
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Old 06-21-2017, 09:25 AM
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Played with a noob that joined our tag league card for a few holes the other day and he uncorked this winner from about 10ft. out:

"I find the best results when I aim for the base of the pin. It really makes sure I don't overshoot it and improves my score"
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Old 06-21-2017, 10:48 AM
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I shared this with a couple buddies and no kidding I got called out for using the term weed-whipper. Buddies use weedwhacker. Might just be me? I have run string trimmers but I have referred to as weed-whippers and operated one many of the last 35 years since I was about 10.
not to be confused with grass whip
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Old 06-21-2017, 01:55 PM
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Played with a noob that joined our tag league card for a few holes the other day and he uncorked this winner from about 10ft. out:

"I find the best results when I aim for the base of the pin. It really makes sure I don't overshoot it and improves my score"
Not a bad strategy if you're a horrendously bad putter. Nothing worse than missing an 8' comebacker for bogey!
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Old 06-21-2017, 02:45 PM
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not to be confused with grass whip
I used to use one of these as a kid before the invention of the string trimmer. This is what I call a weed whacker. The 300 yard ditch in front of my fathers house required a ton of whacking with this tool.
The gas powered version is a weed eater or string trimmer IMO.

Second thought, I could go for calling this a weed whip cause that thing will whip your ass.
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Old 06-21-2017, 04:39 PM
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The tool above I've always heard sling blade, and usually weed eater or bushwhacker for the motorized trimmer.

Weed whipper is a good one though.
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Old 06-22-2017, 01:33 AM
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Not a bad strategy if you're a horrendously bad putter. Nothing worse than missing an 8' comebacker for bogey!
To be honest, if you miss 8' puts (practically tap in?) the best tactic is to practice getting them in.
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