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Intervale Country Club – ON THE GOLF COURSE – Season 2 / Episode 11 (2018)

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Teresa and Bunny take on Sue and Eric at Intervale Country Club in Manchester, New Hampshire. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE:

Highlighting New Hampshire golfers on New Hampshire golf courses. Reminder: The most important rule on the golf course is to have Fun!

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5 thoughts on “Intervale Country Club – ON THE GOLF COURSE – Season 2 / Episode 11 (2018)

  1. Congrats on winning Teresa. Always nice to see non-professionals’ abilities on display.
    Your reversed putting grip is intriguing. I don’t know of anybody else that putts with their right hand on top of their left like that. But it seems to work well for you.
    I think it is interesting that you (like me) also don’t take off your gloves when you putt.
    I am curious. Do you keep both of your gloves on during the whole round? Or are there any points during the round where you take either one or both of your gloves off?
    To be clear, I think either way is fine. In my case, I sometimes putt with both of my gloves on because I literally just forget I still have them on. And for me, putting with my gloves on vs gloves off makes little difference (in fact, keeping my gloves on oddly seems to produce slightly better results for me).
    But I digress. Sorry for the overly wordy comment. Tired and about to go to bed. I hope my question is not dumb too.
    Thanks for another good video. I hope you and Matt have a good day.

    1. Tee-Time with the Thompsons Better control of the club face eh. I see. That makes sense. Thanks for responding Teresa.
      And I am glad I am not the only one who leaves their gloves on for nearly the whole round.
      I also noticed you got a new glove (looks kinda like an Intech cabaretta leather glove) for your right hand.

      And you know, since you have also used a lot of different golf gloves, I am sure you have a fairly good idea what makes a good golf glove.
      So perhaps you should consider doing some quick reviews for the golf gloves you use. I am sure you could make an as good as or better review than I can do. Perhaps an idea for a short side video series some time in the future? Your thoughts?

      Anyway, those are my thoughts for what they are worth.
      Have a good day Teresa. Hope Matt is doing well too.

    2. Thanks Final. Matt putts that way. So, when he was teaching me, he had me do the same. It’s actually really helpful for me in controlling the club face. I keep both my gloves on the whole round – with the exception of eating. 🙂 Thanks for your comments. Have a good one!

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