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Allen Brown a.k.a. Allen_Tee
The awesome thing about oobgolf is it brings in golfers of all skill levels with the unifying trait being they are addicted to the game. This week's Golfer of the Week won't knock your socks off with his game- but he's one heck of a good time to cruise the course with. Now if we can just get him to enter more of his scores...
How old are you and what's your occupation?
53- Livestock feed formulator.
When did you start playing golf and what's your handicap?
I began playing about 12 years ago. Let's not discuss handicap (30-35).
How often do you play?
I am not playing as often as I'd like to this season, but the last two years I averaged three times per month.
What is your best golf memory?
I really enjoy our church's 4 man-scrambles. I really enjoyed the one, last Fall, when our team of fairly unimpressive golfers covered for each other, and turned in a nice round.
Tell me about a great shot you made.
One of my favorites was on the Par 3, seventh hole at Rocky Spring. The shot is 170 yards uphill to an elevated green, usually against a headwind. Last summer, using my hybrid, I landed my tee shot 3 feet from the flag. This was definitely one that I'll remember.
Editors note: I've also personally witnessed this man put a tee shot within 4 feet or so on another par 3 at Renditions Golf Club on the hole that mimics the famous 17th at TPC Sawgrass. He stared down the same intimidating island- and stuck it TIGHT.
What is your "home" course?
Rocky Spring Golf Course, Chambersburg, PA
What ball do you play?
I'm not to particular, as long as they don't have too many scuffs from the cart paths.
Ping knockoffs, although I am fond of my TailorMade driver and Nike putter.
Favorite course you've played?
Renditions Golf Grand Slam Experience, Davidsonville, MD
Dream course you've yet to play?
Since I haven't played any "dream" courses, the list is endless.
Best round ever- and what course?
My best round ever was last summer, in our church league match play at Penn National's Iron Forge Course.
What is one aspect of your golf game you would like to improve on in the next year?
I'd like to improve consistency (and there's lots of room for improvement) in my pitching and chipping game. I'm sure that's where I'd drop the next 10 strokes from my game.
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