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WhiskeyThrottle
Member since Nov 2017
1637 posts

Divots
My normal iron game is to skim the grass or take a mild divot.

I was playing the other day and for some reason I was taking craters. Ball flight, line and distance all seemed normal, I just happened to be killing the ground. I've never done that before but it didn't adversely affect my game that day.

Does your divot vary depending on the day? It was on a course I play regularly. Assuming I just had some oddity creep up in my game but since it didn't affect my game I didn't really try to change it.

It was most prevalent with my 54 and 58 wedges. 120 and in.
This post was edited on 9/5 at 11:11 am


Lollipop Jones
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Amite, LA
Member since Jul 2017
261 posts

re: Divots
Probably has to do with global warming


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LSUTIGER in TEXAS
USA Fan
Member since Jan 2008
11961 posts

re: Divots
I like to mash the ball off the turf like Sergio.

Makes playing on a wet course messy


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Eye dentist
Member since Oct 2013
214 posts
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re: Divots
Maybe you had the ball a little farther back in your stance and were coming in a little steeper.


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