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Date Posted: 17:21:13 07/14/00 Fri
Author: Doug
Subject: Re: Wow, that's a pretty high standard!
In reply to: Don 's message, "Re: Wow, that's a pretty high standard!" on 15:35:49 07/14/00 Fri

> Doug,
> The ten strokes was just a random figure, I wasn't
> holding anyone to any high standard for improvement as
> you suggest. I don't even know what Remington's
> average score is and it doesn't matter to me.
> Although, say if someone was normally shooting in the
> ninetys and made a breakthrough with something in
> their game a ten stroke drop in their game could
> easily happen. So I think you're jumping to conclusion
> and again I'm not going to lose any sleep over it.
> Have a nice day.
> Don

Don, see you have me all wrong. I'm trying to help you. We're all trying to learn here, right? I mean, if I were truly interested in how much someone has improved, I would ask "So, has the new grip helped? How many strokes have you improved?"

See, setting out a "random" number (like 10 strokes, which is an unusually high number of strokes to improve by one simple change) could be construed as a challenge to another's credibility, or an attempt to discredit their discovery.

Just trying to help you, Don. I wouldn't want YOU to lose any credibility you might have here...

Sleep Tight,


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