-Tournament - 2018 Wyndham Championship
Location - Sedgefield Country Club
Date - Aug 16–19, 2018
Purse - $6,000,000
Thursday, Rd. 1: PGA Tour Live Featured Groups 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM ET Golf Channel, 3-6PM ET
Friday, Rd. 2:PGA Tour Live Featured Groups 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM ET Golf Channel, 3-6PM ET
Saturday, Rd. 3: Golf Channel, 1-2:45PM ET CBS, 3-6 p.m.
Sunday, Rd. 4:Golf Channel, 1-2:45PM ET CBS, 3-6 p.m.
Shot a 78 yesterday at the home course. Started off bogey-double, so it didn’t start out seeming like it. I had an unstoppable day with my irons, particularly anything from 130 in. Drives weren’t too long, but kept in the fairways mostly. Didn’t have any bad chips/pitches and my two sand shots got up on the green.
It’s been quite a journey and I’m stoked to break it again!
Hey trying to decide to get fitted for the jpx 900 forged or the hot metal.
Recently started a job that will let me get out and play more, maybe 3x a month. I definitely need a game improvement iron, probably shoot in the high 90’s and haven’t had a lesson since I was 10 (now 30). I know I should probably get a lesson to help my swing first but I hope I can just do that afterwards. Currently using some 15 year old set “affinity” something. Looking for something I can use for the next 3-5 years that might stick with me all the way down to the low 80’s (if I get there).
My brain says the hot metal, being the most forgiving, but if I could take a step forward it would be nice to have the option and playability of the forged set. Plus I like how they look more too. Basically, will I be hurting myself trying to use the forged right away instead of taking the more forgiving club? Getting fit for whichever I choose anyway. Or does it not really matter anyway.
Normally, this would make me feel like I'm gaining consistency but au contraire. My last four rounds clocked in at 125, 96, 119 and then 97. Also, that first time breaking 100 was 19 strokes better than my previous best. Golf is wild.
I mean, what can I say. The course(s) did not disappoint. We played the red and black. Completely different courses. The red was magical. Every hole felt so secluded and like it was it's own golf course. Being in Florida, it was definitely odd walking up rolling hills and crevices. It was a TOUGH walk. My Apple watch said it was 9.4 miles in total, up and down. Honestly my pictures below don't do it justice.
After lunch, we wen't and walked the Black course. It's known as the "Bandon Dunes of the East." What more can you say about the Hanse designed course. You think you've seen big green complexes before? These totaled 15 acres of land -- 15 acres! They had a green that was 100 yards by 100 yards! It was absolutely insane how big these greens were, but beautiful. #18 might be the prettiest hole i've ever played. I didn't get many pictures of the black because my phone was dying, but all in all, Just go play them!
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