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  1. 10 hours ago, Lacassem said:

    For all you beard goers out there, have found some great oil and balm especially for the cold season. My daughter has but allergies so this stuff is pretty money as it doesn’t have any of that pretty basic but the balm holds great and the oil after shower really keeps my skin from drying out.

     

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    I've had a full beard for 33 years. It started out coal black... after kids, it turned white...lol.

     

    I like the Honest Amish oil, but I prefer Wild Willies over it for scent.

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  2. On 10/27/2020 at 4:15 PM, FrogginBullfish said:

    A wonderful tribute from a wonderful guitar player...
     

     

    I was never a VH fan, but I didn't hate them. Their music just never clicked with me. I think Mean Street was their best song... and Jump was/is a terrible song, IMO. 

     

    Flame suit is on...lol.

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  3. On 10/26/2020 at 6:52 PM, bens197 said:

    We now have a 3 year old 😊

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    I wish I could go back to that. I miss my little girls. I do have grand daughters that age now, so............................

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  4. On 10/23/2020 at 11:17 AM, Bohnson said:

    Is there any science behind a softer ball performing better in cold weather? 

    I think it is imperative to keep your clubs and balls in the warm house when it is cold out. Hitting frozen balls and frozen clubs will kill your distance. 

    How do you keep clubs warm while playing? I understand keeping balls in your pocket, but I would think clubs would acclimate within minutes of being exposed?

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  5. On 10/21/2020 at 10:47 PM, gman8966 said:

    Saw the Post and was going to come here and say the same thing. Those "tour fit" Peter Millar shirts fit amazing. Well worth the money.

    Do they make them to fit beer bellies?🤣

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  6. 6 hours ago, LLS said:

    I played the AD333(Q Star in USA) for the first time last year and was amazed by the performance from an ionomer cover, especially the consistency off irons and spin around the greens. The only issue I had was the slightly too firm feel off mid and long irons.

    I then tried the Q Star Tour hoping for similar performance but with softer feel... I could not believe the difference. I had approach shots flying way offline in both directions, balls dropping out of the air suddenly, chipping felt like using a power ball and had no spin on them, putting was near impossible.

    This all makes a lot more sense now. Thanks MGS. 

    The AD333 is the ball I go to at this time of year. In Ohio, you can lose a ball on every tee shot... in plain sight in the Fall. The AD333 works well for me for distance and feel. It's cheap enough not to worry about losing in the leaves and glare. 

  7. I just pulled off an 88 😳.

    It was 47* and windy. I played well... until I was on the green. Bogey and double most of the round, with a few pars thrown in. The greens were faster than I've ever played on my home course in 25 years. I just couldn't get the feel for them. A missed putt would go 10-15 feet passed the hole. It was a great day other than the score! 🙂

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  8. 11 hours ago, BadgerGolfer said:

    I live in Ohio and play in temps ranging from 90 degrees to 40 degrees and I always play the same ball.  I honestly don't notice much difference in distance and Im not convinced that much of that distance difference is more the effect of wearing a polo and sweater/jacket and the effect it has only how easy it is to swing a club more than it is in how a ball somehow compresses and springs off the club face.

    I'm in Massillon, and I change to a cheaper ball starting in the Fall, just because I lose so many in the leaves and glare of the sun. Like you, I really don't see much difference in distance because of the temp. I do notice a difference in swinging freely because of bulkier clothing.

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  9. 11 minutes ago, fixyurdivot said:

    My thought is that  a LOT of players could use dispersion/accuracy improvement every bit as much as distance... so still plenty of meat on the bone.  

    I agree. I wish the focus was more on this than distance.

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  10. "If" things are kept just as they are... what good is new equipment if there is nothing to gain from it? What will manufacturers of golf equipment market new product on if things are kept just as they are?  I have no problem with it as far as distance goes. That only leaves dispersion/accuracy as the only "improvements" for equipment manufacturers, as far as I can see. Am I missing something? Thoughts?

  11. 15 hours ago, NiftyNiblick said:

    And I wanted to say hi to Silver & Black after Sunday's game.

    Nice to hear from you Nifty. I hope you are doing well. I didn't watch the game... I played golf...lol.

    I'm not really into pro sports at all this year... too much of everything going on for me.

    I figured the Raiders would lose... too many key injuries to overcome. Congrats on the win.

     

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  12. It was an interesting day today...lol. On Thursday, I bent over to pick up a tennis ball for my dog. I felt my left quad muscle pop. I have been nursing it since.  I played today with my brother. The first drive was agony. I thought I was going to die!  I tried to swing easy and within myself for the remaining 17 holes. 

    My brother beat me by a stroke..................... that has only happened twice in the last 5 years...lol. No excuses on my part.... I missed putts that I shouldn't have. I shot 85 and he shot 84. It was a great day and I bought him a beer at the end of the round for beating me. He played well.... and I was/am very happy for him!

     

     

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  13. I'm a huge Ohio State fan, but I'll pass on this season. If they can play 6 games, why can't they play 12? Does the virus know the difference??? 

    High school football in my state is playing 6 games. Again... if they can play 6, why not 10???  I'm must be really dumb or, I'm just missing something.

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  14. On 9/21/2020 at 2:11 PM, StrawberryShortCake said:

    Anyone debating lessons or gear needs lessons. You can always improve your form. Even the pros are constantly getting lessons, clubs ain't going to make you better lessons will.

    All true, but............ pros can well afford lessons. Clubs don't make you better at golf, but they make feel better  because they are new and they are your's...lol.

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