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Unlevel Teebox -what do you do?

TrickyPutt

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I started placing my ball with the line up just like I was putting. It really helped when the boxes were climbing or falling or sidehill.

Any other good tricks to keep the shot on the intended path to glory?
 

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Yeah but where I played today was out of control.
I feel you. Sloped tee boxes drive me nuts. It seems like the ball is always above my feet too. I probably look like a dog getting ready to bed down when I'm looking for a place to peg my ball. I wish I had some tips and tricks to negate this but I don't. So like I said, I just bitch about it and move on.
 
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azgreg

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I just do the best I can and try to compensate for it. But, when the round is over I like to go into the pro shop and ask if it cost more to play from level tees.
 
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yeah baby. You would think its not that complicated but its common.
 

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Tricky... simply take your splitting maul to the golf course. Shouldn't be much of a problem to dig out a hole for your feet that would level things up.
 
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Well thats good for the downhill. Thanks fer helpin. I just am puzzled by the sidehill climber.
 

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