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braincramp

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  1. Sorry but this place has become unreadable on my phone. It's never been like this.
  2. I've never noticed any measurable difference between any balls on the market other than durability and spin off wedges. As a 8 handicap I'm not consistent enough to know if one ball is longer than another.
  3. I try a lot of different balls but I always come back to the Snell MTB. It does everything well and feels great off my putter.
  4. I'm usually not a big fan of mallets but I bought the Ten S with the single line and initial results are it may be a game changer. Easiest putter to line up I've ever seen.
  5. Dave Freeport,IL Walk about 25 rounds a season. I'd walk more with a electric trolley Use a Bagboy Quad now.
  6. If a course tried to ban jeans around here in the spring and fall they would have a empty course.
  7. I'm 68 and I don't know if I'll ever fully retire. I'm in sales and I love my job. No one tells me when to work and I basically go out and visit my buddies and they buy stuff. I make good money (never be rich) take days off when I want, play golf when I want. I can't ask for more than that.
  8. I was really surprised at just how forgiving the ZX5's played. I honestly did not expect it.
  9. I hit both but I was looking for distance and forgiveness in a forged iron and the ZX5 has both in aces. 7 iron spin was between 6500 -6900.
  10. Golf Shack in Rockford IL. I would think there would be tons of places in Houston.
  11. I just got fitted today for the ZX5's. Ordered 5-PW with Rifle 5.5's. First Srixons I've ever owned. To me, they seemed unbelievably forgiving and as soft as any Mizuno I've hit.
  12. I'll admit I haven't read every page on this topic. But on a lighter note, the USGA and R&A can do anything they want but I don't have to adhere to their rules. There will always be clubs and balls that don't conform to their rules and specifications too. I'm going to play the game to where it's the most fun for me regardless of what they do.
  13. I've been playing the Snell ball for about 5 years and have never noticed any difference in ball flight.
  14. There's only one club in my bag that I have to love the looks of, my putter. I know it's dumb but it's just the way it is. If the putter doesn't fit my eye, I can't play it.
  15. Good stuff. I'll be trying the 699pros when they come out with them for us lefties.
  16. The turbulaters are a little ugly for about the first 3 holes. After that I never paid any attention to them.
  17. First time EVER, that I was rooting for TB to win a game.
  18. I'm getting a new set of D7 forged. But I don't think I'll sell my V6's.
  19. Well if the D7 forged are even close to the Ping G series in the forgiveness area there will be a set in the bag when our season starts. Or maybe sooner!
  20. That's what I'm thinkin' I love my V6's but there are days a bit more forgiveness and distance would help. They look like the perfect combination of both to me.
  21. Are most of you guys that tested the D7 forged still playing them? If not, what didn't you like about them?
  22. It's kind of weird , I get more out of the net than I do banging balls on the range. I am the first to admit I'm a terrible range rat. All I do on the range is try to see how far I can hit each shot. I know better but I can't help myself. Hitting in my garage I just concentrate on the contact of each shot I hit. When I first got the net put up my strikes were all over the place. The last couple of weeks I've been pretty much flushing it. I just hope it carries on over to the course come spring. I really need to move south!!
  23. One thing I've learned since getting this net is , I wish I would have had one this nice 20 years ago. It's so nice to actually practice with a purpose. I really can't find any flaws with this thing.
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