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  1. Many courses will offer "perspective member" rounds. They will probably charge whatever the guest fee would be, but at least you get on.
  2. The biggest thing at the course I play mostly in regard to tees, is the placement will sometimes aim you into the woods (which border nearly every hole), and can require to really try and shape your shot. The tees aren't always set that way, but when they are at the markers, that's how they're setup. I have played at courses where the tee boxes just don't allow for much change in the look of the hole. It's not necessarily the super's fault, it's the designer's.
  3. I just bought an Epic Flash 3 Wood Japanese Version, from Callaway Pre-Owned. I really like the way I've hit it so far, but the feel is totally different than my old Taylor Made V-Steel. I recently also purchased an Epic Flash Driver and it's similar. There doesn't seem to be the feel-response from the strikes on both. The results have been great, but it's totally different. Is it just me, or have others experienced a similar reaction? My old driver was a TM RBZ Stage-2.
  4. I always used the front, middle and back distances from Golf Pad, but when we joined our club, there was no service with AT&T. I ended buying the cheapest finder I could find from Amazon, and it's worked fine. It's been within a yard or two of my buddy's Bushnell. It would be awesome to be chosen and get to test this one versus the one I have now, and really see how my $92 finder works against this one.
  5. I tried the Cut balls and didn't care for the feel. I hate paying $50 for balls, but really feel like PV1 are the best for my game. Thus, I am the ultimate ball-hawk. I think if you necessarily care, and just want a new, clean ball, for a cheaper price, Cut could be for you. As an aside, I really like their hats!
  6. Sounds great, but 8 ft gimmes? There isn't anyone I know that qould give me a putt at 8 feet. Is that term supposed to mean anything inside 8 feet is going in, like it was a gimme?
  7. That looks really difficult. I am not so sure I could do it, or if I even want to frustrate myseld trying!
  8. When they talk high toe, is that the same look as the ugly TM wedges? If that's the case, I am out just on anesthetics alone. Also, it would seem hard to control spin with so.many grooves.
  9. JoshDay

    EDEL EAS Putter

    I've done fittings for everything else and would love to see if it possibly improves my game on the green. Curently I amusing an Odyssey Sabertooth putter. Josh Day Modesto, Ca Currently at 16.5, try to play weekly, but with Summer approaching should be at least twice a week.
  10. I really think the best thing is to just see what you think works best for you. Golf is so mental, if you think it's best, it's going to be. If you really want to test on course, go out late and hit extra shots then.
  11. I say do what works for you. No two swings are the same, and if you can be consistent with something, stick with it; especially if it works.
  12. At my ability, sometimes I feel like too much info might be a bad thing. My brain is the biggest detriment to my game. I think all the available info is really cool, but just not for me.
  13. My understanding is the X tend to fly higher. More than anything, I think you play what feels good to you.
  14. I recently purchased an Epic Flash and it would be great to see the difference in the two. To me, there are no better drivers than those that Callaway makes. It would be awesome to see how this feels.
  15. Played at Sequoia Woods County Club for the first time since the snow completely lifted. Course was beautiful, but the greens were recently aerated. They were sandy and a little hairy, but it was a great day. Had some struggles off the tee, but played to my handicap, enjoyed the beauty, and am ready to head back up ASAP.
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