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GeeISuppose

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    Northern MI

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  • Age
    30-39
  • Swing Speed
    101-110 mph
  • Handicap
    18
  • Frequency of Play/Practice
    Weekly
  • Player Type
    Casual
  • Biggest Strength
    Putting
  • Biggest Weakness
    Approach
  • Fitted for Clubs
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  1. I'll definitely check it out, thanks! And I imagine we'll be back plenty in the future, but I won't pass up an opportunity if it presents itself.
  2. Thanks for the feedback everyone. I did end up booking tickets for June. They cost a lot more than we budgeted for, so I won't be playing at all over there. I'll hopefully be sating my golf needs by volunteering at the Irish Open instead.
  3. Thanks for the feedback all. I think I will use it for a standing surface primarily, and get a smaller padded piece to hit off.
  4. It seems like there's an embarrassment of riches these days. I've been in the market for new irons recently, and the sheep number of options is overwhelming. At the same time, I know most of the places I could go nearby for a fitting would push certain brands, and I don't like the idea of being limited by someone's sales agenda.
  5. I have an opportunity to get my hands on some football stadium turf. Is there any difference between this versus what you can find on a golf site or landscape section of the hardware store? If you've used stadium turf or hit off it before, what is it like?
  6. I'm planning a family trip to Ireland and Scotland next summer (fingers crossed). There are a few of us who would like to get some golfing in. I know we're not going to play the Old Course or Carnoustie, but I'd like to find realistic options where we can play a good course or two and not use the entire trip budget on green fees. We'll be starting in Edinburgh, going through and making our way as far south as Cork once we get to Ireland, so geography is not an obstacle. Anyone who has made the trip and can share recommendations would be a huge help.
  7. Chris Petoskey, MI I currently play mostly Pro V1 and Pro V1X. My past experience with Top Flite golf balls is pretty extensive. I would play whatever I could find and afford, and most of the time that was Top Flite XL 2000. Compared to the balls I play now, I remember them being very firm with very little loft or spin. I would be very interested to see if these live up to the hype.
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