Haas Family Invitational, 1st Round, Holes 10 thru 14


Highlights from the 2017 Haas Family Invitational, an AJGA Invitational tournament with maximum ranking value.
Location: Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina, home to the PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship.
Yardage: 7106.
Tournament website:
Leaderboard link:

Karl’s details at time of this video;
Age: 15 years
Height: 5′ 10″
Handicap: Plus 4.0
Karl’s website is www.karlgolf.info
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Karl’s Instagram is KoalaKarl2001
Our Email: pauls@westnet.com.au

28 thoughts on “Haas Family Invitational, 1st Round, Holes 10 thru 14

  1. I wanna be a pro golfer like you but I won't make it seen as though I am 15 and 28 handicap ๐Ÿ˜•๐Ÿ˜ค

  2. I know your putting is frustrating you Karl (multiple birdie chances). Keep at it bud, they will drop for you. Nice job grinding it out.

  3. I'm pretty sure he wasn't hitting 305 yard 3-woods. Those sounded and looked like drivers to me. The 285yard 3 hybrid looked and sounded like a 3 wood to me. But aside from all that Karl is playing some wonderful golf.

  4. Mr. Vilips hope you're doing well! I know Karl's bag has changed quite a bit since his last "What's in the Bag" I know it is difficult for you guys to upload videos but I'd love a new "What's in the Bag" and I'm sure others would too.
    Thanks,
    Carter

  5. If I've been playing for about a year and one month and I shoot around 83, how long do you think it will take me to be able to shoot consistent even par rounds?

  6. How does Karl manage both school and golf at the same time? I'm going to high school next year and we have like 4 hrs of homework per night, so it is hard to practice a lot of golf.

  7. Hey Karl and Mr Vilips how are you? Im the same age as Karl and also a golfer. I normally shoot mid to low 80s so I'm not that great๐Ÿ˜‚. I've noticed that on wedge and iron shots Karl shifts his weight dramatically. Is that something that I should really work on? Also, what benefits does if give? Cheers!

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