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About Tyk

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  1. I know I haven't been actively posting in a while, but I still read here often. As a long time SCOR player and fan, I've been really curious about thier new Hogan line. I'd be thrilled to demo and review thier clubs for you all should you choose me. I'm an 8 handicap, and still playing multiple times per week. To me, the Hogan name symbolizes tradition, excellence and competitiveness. I'm very happy to see the name come to a company that to me already embodies those traits. Thank you for considering my submission. Here's my RX:
  2. This is the second such message in a week, It looks pretty fishy, thought you guys should know about it, I changed the links so no one can click them on accident. " GolfSpy via aweber.com Unsubscribe Apr 29 (1 day ago) to me Eric Ever heard the term "troll" referring to someone on the internet? Are you one yourself and not even aware? Well, today we reveal not only what one is, but we also take an in-depth scientific look at its origins in the game of golf. The Truth
  3. Yeah, they're a bit of a strange company. I've gamed several Cleveland products over the years, drivers, irons, hybrids and wedges and I've liked them all. I currently have no Cleveland products in the bag and I always give thier stuff a look. I think they make a quality product, they just haven't done quite enough lately.
  4. We have a few courses like that, I don't mind side hill lies so much, I don't always judge it quite right, but I usually hit a decent shot from them. I stuggle more with uphill and downhill lies. Can't ever really seem to get good contact with those, thin or fat usually, and seems to me the should be easier, I know the whole idea of paralleling my shoulders to the slope, I just seem to not execute that well!
  5. Edwin Watts bought out one of the best local golf shops in the KC area, taking over a couple good sized stores in prime shopping areas. They seem to be doing pretty well here although it has been a long time since I have made a purchase there. I prefer to support my course or one of my two favorite local shops. There's a ton of competition though, at one of thier locations Edwin Watts has Dicks Sporting Goods, GolfSmith, and Golf Galaxy within 1/2 a mile. I often wonder how one of those stores can survive, much less all of them!
  6. Unfortunately any time money is involved, even small stakes, this kind of stuff is going to happen. I think Hacker does have some call to be upset, but he does not have the right to enter into more games and decide who he is paying. The past bet doesn't have anything to do with future games. If he doesn't want to bet with you guys anymore, that is his right, but he needs to make that clear. I think you guys should pay him. It was a funky situation and you guys had no real protocol set up for how to deal with things if the round isn't finished. It's easy to say "if you don't finish, th
  7. Played my last match of the year in our final event. Played a worthy opponent who had to give me 1 stroke. I made some very big putts to keep myself in the match but still found myself 4 down on 14's tee box. Proceeded to win the next four to be 1 up going into 18, which he birdied to 1/2 the match. I'm at the same time disappointed that I wasn't able to steal the W, but happy that I didn't give up and was able to dig myself out of a pretty deep hole!
  8. Another big win for Mizzou, I know Georgia was banged up, but even so many thought we'd lose. Without Franklin everyone thought we'd lose to Florida too. I don't mind being underrated, I actually kind of prefer it. I do wonder how long it will take for the old guard of the SEC to realize that the new kids on the block have some game!
  9. Uh-oh, looks like I rousted a genuine Georgia red neck! Stand back fellas, they're known to throw thier feces when they're upset!
  10. I want one, and I don't want to wait to win it. How can that happen?!
  11. Tyk

    Adams XTD irons

    I don't hate them, but they sure don't look as good as the CMB's, or really as good as any of Adams other recent offerings. The slot. . .meh. . .not a factor for me, but if it makes them sound like the RocketBladz. . with a look like that then they're not on my short list. On a tangential note, I don't know a single person bagging the RocketBlades, or any new TM iron this year. I know lots of guys that went to the demo. Seeing a whole lot of Cleveland HiBore irons being bagged, a couple guys got some Pings, several new Mizuno sets, but zero TM. Anecdotal evidence that TM missed the m
  12. Great job guys! I've been purposely avoiding this thread because I've gamed SCOR wedges for two seasons and should be considered a highly biased fan! I can't wait to see what you all think of them! I do want to comment on RP's take on the SCOR yardage bag tag, as that thing has really helped me out. It motivated me to take the time to actually figure out my short game yardages and write them down. I went out with a buddy and a couple range finders on a day when our course was closed for aeration last year and the two of us hit balls back and forth in a fairway (caught hell from the g
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