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Yeah, it was strange. I'm excited to try the choco-mint I ordered for my personal order. I'll let y'all know if I notice any differences in consistency/color. And maybe I should with a different flavor? Not sure.
currently i do, because i don’t have anything between my 9i (160-165) and my 56 (120) as a result, my 9i has to play a lot of roles and i choke down to take some distance or height off the ball once my PW and 52 come in, i’ll be able to use full and 3/4 swings to cover all my gaps
Walking 9 round with the old(er) guys today. Went to the course; it was 61º sunny with no wind. Five minutes before tee time, clouds rolled in and the wind started blowing about 15-20 mph... figures! Well, the Men's Club tournament was over yesterday, and the club removed the putting pins on the practice green; not sure why. They also spread a thin layer of sand on all the greens this morning after rolling them last Friday. As a result the green speed was a little slower than on the weekend; not much but a little slower. I had one birdie and one bogey for another EVEN PAR roun
I think I figured out my waywardness... If my left hand grip isn’t ridiculously weak I suck at golf. I mean almost underneath the club, then a moderately strong right hand. Was just hitting some amazing stinger 52° shots. A lot of bite in that shot.... Now the all important part. REMEMBER TO DO THAT ON THE COURSE!
I saw these on the touch of modern app and wondered if anyone has heard of or tried these? Doesn't really look like my kind of thing but hey you never know. No I'm not trying to sell them. I'm legitimately curious as to whether or not they work.
There are so many good replies to this thread, but thought I'd throw in a few comments as well. We have a ton of really, really great members on this forum. There are a lot of great testing opportunities each year (even this year during COVID), but in reality there are far fewer testing opportunities than deserving members. As others have said, be active! If you regularly purchase new equipment, throw up an unofficial review in that section of the forums, or contribute to an already existing thread if there is one. Not every piece of equipment or golf gadget is officially tested by t
New forum member so hi to all! hoping someone can help... currently going through a WedgeWorks order and ideally the shaft I want is a modus 115 which is what I have in all my other wedges, but as this isn’t an option need to pick something else. It’s likely I’ll buy the shaft separate and get it fitted, but may as well try something new which is perhaps comparable. Anyone have any experience which could help? Have attached available shafts
I was just going through golf books yesterday, getting ready to reread some over the winter--plan out what to concentrate on for 2021. Topping the list are my favorite golf books of all time: Percy Boomer, On Learning Golf (1946) Fred Shoemaker, Extraordinary Golf and Extraordinary Putting Gary Nicol and Karl Morris, The Lost Art of Playing Golf and The Lost Art of Putting I rounded out my reread list with: Golf Practice, How to Practice Golf and Take Your Range Game to the Course, by Matthew Cooke, Arick Zeigell and Zack Parker wit
Apart from Golf, my hobby is to read articles and news about the latest technology especially about electronics gadgets such as bluetooth earbuds, mobile phones, headphones, tablets, iphones, headsets, games, mini projectors and ipads etc. I am a tech lover.
I am a Dallas Cowboys fan, we are leading the worse division on the league right now, the Cardinals are probably going to destroy us tonight, but looking at it, we can win the east at 6 and 10. Actually, did you know that with the current format of the NFL a team can go to the wild card round without winning a single game? All it is needed is to go 0-10-6, tying all of the divisional games, and having a stronger schedule against the rest of the division. Divisional tiebreakers Head-to-head (best won-lost-tied percentage in games between the clubs). Best won-lost
My intention is to see how many are paying for putters that are not designed for their swing type. I have the same stroke path as you, out to in with a slight arc. However, at point of impact my clubface is open at 0.1 degrees. So in my case I was fit for either a blade or mallet with a slight toe hang. I'm sure the "feel" guys will feel a lot happier when they sink more putts.
I seem to be transitioning to graphite in my irons. And as my season has gone on, I've found myself feeling similarly to how I felt last year, which saw me start the season with Orlimar persimmons in the bag, exclusively. I now find myself possibly needing to do the same with a persimmon wood or two, replacing steel shafts with graphite. I do have a driver with graphite, but would need a fairway wood reshafted, maybe a couple. My current graphite persimmon is a Louisville Smart Driver with a 100g shaft. Not a lot of similar weight graphite out there, I may find myself reshafting said
Hey guys. I bought a SIM driver and ended up swapping shafts in favor of my old one so I thought I might find this one a new home. It’s a brand new Project X HZRDUS Smoke Green shaft in X Flex with a Golf Pride Tour Velvet grip. Length - Standard Flex - Extra Stiff Weight - 70 grams Torque - 2.8 degrees Grip - Golf Pride Tour Velvet Condition - New Asking $175. Would take payments via Zelle, PayPal, or Venmo [emoji1417]. Let me know if you’re interested! Thanks! Cheers, NSM
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