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Daryl Smith a.k.a. Dsmith
How old are you and what's your occupation?
49 - Lexus Sales/Leasing Consultant
When did you start playing golf and what's your handicap?
Started playing in 2000 - 8.4 current handicap
How often do you play?
3 times per week
Tell me about a great shot you've made.
My best shot ever was when I hooded the club and chipped on a Par 3 backwards within inches to save par.
What is your best golf memory?
My best golf memory was watching the pro's taking pictures with my 3 year old, Daylin at the Inaugural AT&T Golf Tournament hosted by Tiger Woods.
What is your "home" course?
What ball do you play?
Titleist AP1 with a 6.5 project X shaft
El Tigre aka Tiger Woods
Favorite course you've played?
Dream course you've yet to play?
Best round ever- and what course?
Diamond Ridge - 74
What is one aspect of your golf game you would like to improve on in the next year?
Short Game - 60 yards and in
Tell me a story.
I played 16 years in minor and major league baseball as a pitcher (Career Info). I never dreamed that I could be as passionate about another sport but found it in the game of golf. There are not too many reasons I would want to get up at 5 o'clock in the morning with butterflies in my stomache, anticipating victory. I love golf more than golf loves me. Yet, I work very hard to continously improve my game. Trust me practice makes perfect.
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backwards shot? i seen this on playing lessons with the pros, and phil mickleson short game dvd. thats impressive i never tried it and hope i never have to! ya golf is fore sure the BERRIES! nothing like teeing off at sunrise. man i hate work wish i was golfing!
Okay Daryl, I know you were a pitcher. But what is harder to do: hit a 95 mph fastball, or sink a 4 footer to win when the pressure is on?
@aaronw409, IMO, hitting a 95 mph fastball is by far more difficult than knocking down a 4-footer under pressure. Also, IMO, hitting a good breaking ball is more difficult than hitting the 95-mph fastball.
I'm interested to see what Daryl thinks.
I think I would agree with you greendevil, but Daryl has a good perspective.
Congrats ...keep up the good work...
"I love golf more than golf loves me" is a great line.
@helfon- it really is. also- i'd have to argue hitting a 95 mph fastball is harder than a 4 footer, even with pressure. the fact is anyone COULD hit a 4 footer with practice- not everyone could hit a 95 mph fastball with any amount of training.
no comparison fastball is a lot harder. Now if you would have said to hook a ball around a tree out of the rough and land it on the green from 195 yds to within ten ft i would try and hit the fastball!
OK GUYS SORRY IT TOOK ME SO LONG 2 GET BACK 2 YOU . BUT THE 95MPH FASTBALL HAS MY VOTE.
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