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Jodo

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About Jodo

  • Birthday 11/07/1982

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  1. Jodo

    Jodo

  2. Haha. Sorry. Born in Oklahoma, grew up and graduated high school in Texas, then made my way back to Oklahoma for college (THE Oklahoma STATE University after a short stint elsewhere) and work. I understandably get grief from both sides. I think I've just recently spent more time residing in Oklahoma than Texas (16 > 14 or so), so I guess I'm more of an Okie now. My nephew always asks my brother why he roots for OSU when they live in Texas. Kids. I do believe I have heard why it is windy in Tejas. I've also heard "why doesn't Texas fall into the Gulf of Mexico" among many others. Haha. Thanks.
  3. Hey everybody. New guy from Texas/Oklahoma aka Texoma. I'm a golf lover (obviously). I'm not sure how much the game loves me, but it's coming along. Just saying hi and seeing if anyone is making their way out to Colonial this weekend. I don't think I'm going to make it which disappoints me because I've never been. I have to get down there one of these days to see yet another course that the great Perry Maxwell helped design. I have been a member at the first course he designed and built which was previously his dairy farm (Dornick Hills Country Club in Ardmore, OK). I did make it out to one day of the Byron Nelson last week and had a great time on the 17th. Happy Memorial Day to everyone especially those who've served our great nation! Thanks!
  4. First of all, I realize it may not be a super popular fact that this is my initial post on this forum. With that said, I would like to say I have enjoyed checking out the articles, reviews, etc. on the site since seeing you guys on Twitter a few weeks back. I am finally getting around to posting, so I'll get to it. Although I am unsure of my actual handicap (I have been reluctant to have it tracked and posted at my home club), I believe that it would honestly be in the 20+ range. I think my picture should show that I definitely embody the spirit of Cobra-PUMA golf. I may not be the best player obviously by my handicap, but I definitely try to look and feel my best in my Cobra-PUMA gear. I probably should've invested in clubs and lessons rather than all the clothing and accessories that I have. Haha. And it's not painfully obvious what my favorite color is or where I went to college, is it? As you might be able to tell in the photo, I am currently using some old school N1 Nicklaus irons that I received from my father over ten years ago when I began playing the game. I have no doubt whatsoever that I would see a huge difference with testing these clubs, and would report back above and beyond any and all info needed. I may not be able to tell you exactly how “the new AMP Cell Technology uses biomimicry to create a cellular structure within the iron to move weight with almost neurotic accuracy”, but I would do my best. I would also hope that “these irons would be enough to leave my long time golfing buddies in a state of neurosis as they are not going to know what is going on when they see the improvements in my game.” Thanks for your consideration. P.S Hopefully my nose isn't too brown for including the towel I got while playing a round at The Crossings at Carlsbad during a trip to the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines.
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