Fort Rucker DGC

Fort Rucker, Alabama     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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Sunday

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Robert Adams 47 - Regular tees, 18 holes "Needed to let off some steam, went out for a morning round thinking it'd be nice and cool, only to have it be 95 degrees already at 9AM...took a while to get anything going."

Thursday, August 7, 2014

-7
Robert Adams 48 - Regular tees, 18 holes "New milestone, 500+ on flat ground! Realized my reach back was stopping with my shoulders still roughly 45 degrees towards the basket. So I started forcing my opposite elbow (left arm) towards the direction of the throw during the reach back resulting in my shoulders getting to at least the 90 degree point. I was pulling too hard previously too, instead of a smooth pull through and accelerating at the chest/hit point. Combined those two tweaks together and man..."

Sunday, August 3, 2014

-10
Robert Adams 45 - Regular tees, 18 holes "Holy crap...awesome story, haha. So they have a weekly league every Sunday that was about to tee off as we walked up. My buddy and I ask if we can play through, to which they say no problem. My buddy gets up, parks the 405' hole (2nd round after 10 years of not playing, an amazing feat by itself). I get up and throw a line drive with a destroyer straight at it and it just nails the chains, straight in. We both smile, say thanks for letting us play through, and start walking to the basket. As we're walking away we hear from the crowd, "What the hell just happened!?". Great start to my day, haha."

Saturday, August 2, 2014

-7
Robert Adams 48 - Regular tees, 18 holes "Took a buddy out to reintroduce him to the sport after not playing for 12 years, and I sh*t you not, this guy gets up to the tee and drives a sidewinder about 400'...handed him something a little more stable after that, haha. Guess the game never really leaves you, awesome to see him get back into it. "

Thursday, July 31, 2014

-12
Robert Adams 43 - Regular tees, 18 holes "Much like Fort Riley's course, this one does really well with the limited land they had to work with. Glad to see someone else down here has a love of the sport to go through the red tape of the Army to get this set up. Most of the holes are around 250' to 300', and are somewhat technical, requiring a certain line to be hit, with the other half of the course being wide open and long. This was just one of those rounds where everything was on, I couldn't miss a line to hit if I tried. At one point I threw 4 different types of shots on the same hole just out of curiosity, and all of them ended up within 5' of the basket, when I'm on, I'm on I guess."