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silver & black

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  1. 21 hours ago, DiscipleofPenick said:

    I am basically a bourbon drinker at this point. My go-tos are Four Roses Single Barrel, Old Forester 1920 Prohibiton Style. or Woodford Reserve. Seems like these are always on the shelf in my local stores. I will drink a little Crown or Irish when I'm in the mood. I'm not one to chase bottles, but I do keep an eye out for the better stuff when I'm buying.

    Does anyone have a good Rye they recommend?

    Wild Turkey Rare Breed Rye is very good. Whistle Pig is also good, but it's a bit pricey, IMO.

  2. 6 hours ago, markcchap said:

    There's nothing like a good Straight Bourbon to help me relax after a fun round of golf.  About four years ago, I found Uncle Nearest 1884 Small Batch and not only is a really good bourbon, the story of behind this product is fantastic.  If you don't know the story, check out this link. The Story of Nearest GreenUncleNearest.jpg.419b113617db25228ac998b4cc9f83ca.jpg

    Good stuff. It's over priced, but it is good.

  3. Booking a tee time at my home course is a waste of time. We always have a tee time, but it really doesn't mean much. We could show up at any time and be off in 10 minutes. The owner doesn't give two s**ts about tee times. He takes them, and then puts as many people out there as he can, regardless of a tee time...lol. When we make the turn, we are usually greeted by at least one cart of two... and sometimes more, waiting to tee off. How, you may ask... because the owner puts out as many people as he can... starting them anywhere he can stick them. This is life at my home course...lol.




  4. I don't bother with them. It's too much bother for me to take the cover on and off of my driver, let alone my irons.😬


    I figure that once you hit a ball with with a brand new, expensive iron, it's no longer new anyway. Because of my trade, I look at golf clubs as tools. I've spent a lot of money for quality tools. There is no way tools can be used and kept looking pristine. Kept in good, working shape.... absolutely. Nicks, scratches and patina are just part of the charm of well used tools... doesn't bother me in the least. That's just me. Anyone that wants to use iron covers, that's cool with me... like you care if it is or not. 😂

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