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Handicap : 16
Posted : Wed 11th Jul 2012 08:24
What music do you listen to on the way to the course?
Does it matter? Does the right music make you play better? Should it be calming / invigorating / pumping?
Sad as I am, I kept a record of this for 2-3 months a couple of years ago... the conclusion? Inconclusive!!
I used to play really chilled out music (e.g. Pink Floyd). Last week I went for Nirvana, got to the course all pumped up and played a blinder!!
What do you reckon?
Handicap : 27.4
Reply : Fri 13th Jul 2012 19:22
if i go on my own its got to be my Iron Maiden or Def Leppard !! not allowed to listen to in house or in car with other people, some people just don't have any taste in my house lol, gets the adrenalin going for that first tee drive !!!
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Handicap : 16.7
Reply : Sun 15th Jul 2012 10:20
I used to listen to Def Leppard before I played football, but I have never really considered "mood music" for golf. I imagine that any calming influence that music might have on my game would disappear the moment I see my tee shot hooking into some bushes
Handicap : 12.5
Reply : Sun 15th Jul 2012 21:58
How about The Birdie Song. Lol.
Handicap : 10.5
Reply : Sun 15th Jul 2012 23:29
Bob Dylan's "Forever Young". Only because I'm getting on a bit and I wanna be forever young so I can carry on playing this great game.
Handicap : 11.8
Reply : Mon 16th Jul 2012 11:32
Fairway to heaven by Led Zeppelin or perhaps Bogey Wonderland by Earth Wind and Fire!
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Handicap : 16
Reply : Wed 18th Jul 2012 08:12
Ha ha, love the replies. How about...
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