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selecting irons

Fri, Feb 8 2019 7:09 AM by middbrew. 4 replies.
  • teetime14 United Kingdom
    15 Posts
    Sat, Feb 2 2019 6:15 AM

    I think you should get rid of allowing your opponent to view which club you have selected to use. 

     

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  • lonniescott711 United States
    3,972 Posts
    Mon, Feb 4 2019 1:44 PM

    teetime14:

    I think you should get rid of allowing your opponent to view which club you have selected to use. 

     

    Why , you see theirs and they see yours . Seems very fair to me . Its just like real golf it goes the same way . So dont worry about the other guy just play your game .

     

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  • mega1byte United States
    231 Posts
    Mon, Feb 4 2019 2:10 PM

    Really? I don't see how that affects your game in anyway?

    In real golf I can see what my opponent is using and if i decide to use the same club or not its up to me.

    For sure, if some ones asks me during a game what I club I shot,, I tell them,If they want to know how much wind I judged for the shot , I have no problem... I'm going to play my game and if I can help the other person become better,,(or not) i'll try. 

     

    Mega1byte

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  • DonCaron United States
    3,851 Posts
    Tue, Feb 5 2019 12:42 PM

    teetime14:

    I think you should get rid of allowing your opponent to view which club you have selected to use. 

     

    I could care less if they know what club I'm using. Like it was said above, Play your game and don't let what someone else is doing affect you

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  • middbrew United States
    275 Posts
    Fri, Feb 8 2019 7:09 AM

    I don't see how viewing my opponent's clubs is much of an advantage anyway. You might be able to see what club they are hitting, but you can't see if they are hitting it at 100%, 90%, 80%, nor can you see how much spin they are using as will. Even if I did know, I find it best to hit my clubs the way I know work best for me.

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