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    Re: BA Frequent Flyer Program

    Was a frequent flyer with BA for a couple of years. The system has gotten a bit worse now, well from Belfast anyway. We used to get the Belfast-London flight for free when booking with the points,...
  2. Re: Pivot/Shoulder motion could be more important to the achievable standard of

    Awesome thanks Coach. I am hoping my grip is all good as I have worked on that recently and it is something I keep an eye on.

    It could definitely be one of the other things you mentioned you. I do...
  3. Re: Pivot/Shoulder motion could be more important to the achievable standard of

    This is literally exactly what I am working on with my coach at the moment.

    My backswing is so flat that I was thinning the ball a lot of the time. I am literally doing the drill they are talking...
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    Re: Annual end of term report

    Started at 17.6 and currently at 15.4- hit a low of 14.7 but have struggled the last month due to a swing change which should stop my thins when I get it right, which I am seeing an improvement on. ...
  5. Thread: MD Golf

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    Re: MD Golf

    A guy I play with loved the MD Norman Drew wedges. He has Cleveland wedges at the moment and swears that the MD ones were better.
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    Re: How's Your Course Holding Up?

    Our course is not great to be honest.

    Our greens had a very bad layer of thatch which was removed at the end of August and they just haven't recovered as we had a very wet September so they are...
  7. Re: why you cant trust those battered range balls.

    You should have an idea of how far you hit each of your clubs at the range and at the course. For example, on the course i hit my 7 about 160 carry, yet at the range, it goes about 150. At the range...
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    Re: Fairway woods off the deck

    I have the 2016 m2 4 wood (16.5 degree). Used to be terrible with my 3 wood before. Slow the swing right down and concentrate on strike. Let the club do the work. With the extra loft, I can get great...
  9. Re: Northern Ireland advice for Nnnnnnnn.........ovember

    Just realised that is £16 for two people! So £8 each for a round of golf and a hot drink, can't beat that price!
  10. Re: Northern Ireland advice for Nnnnnnnn.........ovember

    I live about 15 mins away.

    Very hilly, very tight yet pretty fun.

    First hole is a monster up hill, narrow fairway with gorse on either side. Then the green is further up hill and narrow with...
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    Re: Xmas/January Sales

    AG normally do a good Boxing Day sale on their clothes. I have got some great bargains the last two years.

    Sales on clubs are not normally that good but when the new range comes out is normally...
  12. Re: Hitting at the green when there are people on it

    I think there is a difference between hitting a club you are expecting to hit the green with and hitting a club which you may (with the best shot ever) hit the green with.

    I would normally wait no...
  13. Thread: New GPS Wanted

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    Re: New GPS Wanted

    I have the same Garmin G6 as being offered above. Great piece of kit, yardage is always accurate (compared to my friends different devices), battery lasts 3/4 rounds, courses are updated regularly...
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    Re: Mac Book users any advice.

    Are you 100% there is enough room? Have you tried to copy over say half of them?

    Or you could use dropbox and share with your mates.
  15. Re: Northern Ireland advice for Nnnnnnnn.........ovember

    There is the Galgorm and Hilton templepatrick which are not that far from where you are and in the direction of the airport (no idea if you need to go back to Portballintrae or not after the round)....
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    Give Kirkistown a try, it is good value, around £20 and will be dry.

    Some great holes such as the 10th. The back 9 is a lot harder than the front. Always enjoy playing there as its not that tough...
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    Re: Season reflection and Winter Plans

    Decent season for me overall. I had set a realistic goal of getting handicap down to 15 from 18, with a further goal of getting handicap down to 12.

    Season started horribly with many .1's added...
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    Re: Shoes - can I really be that unlucky?

    Don't get me started on shoes! I had a cheap pair of Adidas from when I started which I purchased from Sports Direct for about £30. Lasted me two seasons of constant use, and they were about 6 years...
  19. Thread: DI's...

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    Re: DI's...

    I have a 3 driving iron which I mainly use for tee shots into the wind or when I just want to play safe. I like it and can hit it pretty well, but if you miss the middle, it goes absolutely nowhere....
  20. Thread: Dog food advice

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    Re: Dog food advice

    We tried this before and it didn't really have an impact, this was with the James Wellbeloved so will try with the wainwrights. We spoke to the vet about it, and she said that the better quality food...
  21. Thread: Dog food advice

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    Re: Dog food advice

    Yep she loves it when we add some of our food too it. It also seems that she is really nervous and on edge when she is eating, like any noise in the background startles her. I do wonder if something...
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    Re: Hurricanes in the Caribbean

    The BBC had a bit of information on why the hurricanes are significantly stronger this year:

    "Sea surface temperatures are higher than average, wind shear - which is the change in speed and...
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    Re: Dog food advice

    We rescued a dog in March from the pound, Collie/Red Setter mix (we think) and we are having real trouble getting her to eat. She loves human food and will happily eat anything we are eating, yet...
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    Re: Dunmurry Golf Club - Tee time for life

    Yep 100%! You can take your name out and move it into another slot, there is always slots available now as members are forced to remove their name if not playing.

    It is much better than the old...
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    Re: Dunmurry Golf Club - Tee time for life

    Yep it works quite well as a floating member, you can pick and choose your time when there is a spot. I assume it will be quite similar to Carnalea where members are made to remove their names when...
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