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GolfSpy WD

 
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  1. It just has to be close for me. It doesn't matter if the final score is even par or -20, as long as it's close. I also enjoy watching when a player has something to go for. Next Masters Rory will be going for his career grand slam at 25 years old, which is crazy. If Phil is in the hunt at the US Open I'll be watching that. Tiger's always fun to watch to see if he'll ever beat Jack's record. Would be great to see Rickie win his first major. Etc, etc... Then there's the venue. Augusta is such a beautiful course that the Master's is a must watch. Same goes for the Player's (I know, it's n
  2. LOL! Good catch! Would love to see more examples of OEMs contradicting themselves!
  3. This is the first I've even heard of Bennington golf. I checked out their website. Really nice looking bags.
  4. Dammit, we may have to pick Dan again...
  5. Love Rickie's shirts, hate hate hate the hat.
  6. Greetings! With support from one of our newest sponsors, Ace of Clubs Co, we've decided to restart our Forum Member of the Month contest where each month, we choose the member we feel has done an outstanding job of eliciting conversation, contributed to the forum discussions, and ultimately has helped grow the MyGolfSpy Community. This isn't about who has the most posts. In the past we had a member post a simple "Why I don't like Bubba" thread that exploded. Helping answer questions, creating new discussions and participating in others, being open to other's viewpoints, making new mem
  7. I'm back from vacation! Don't have any results since the initial post, but I'll have some range time tomorrow and plenty of time next week to gather more results. Keep the questions coming!
  8. I think that's a huge perceived benefit, but I need to test doing flop shots with my current GI set before I really go into it. That said, I'm already used to flop shots with my wedges and the same swing with the Scor short irons produces a nice flop as well. I suck at making the same club go different distances, so having multiple clubs to work with is very nice.
  9. I went through this the first time I tested the short irons. A fat shot is really really ugly. Then I tried with my Rocketbladez and a fat shot was still really really ugly. I came out of that particular experiment deciding that the width of the sole doesn't help much when it comes to soggy ground. It probably helps sweeper types on firmer ground, but so far for me the difference in sole width has been unnoticeable in terms for forgiveness against fat shots.
  10. First post has been updated! In the spirit of the thread, here are my first results. Unfortunately my next set will have to wait as I'm going away for a week without golf, but I'll catch up later Tested at the range, picking the space between two flags, roughly the size of a small green and hit 5 shots to them with both Scor clubs and my PW/AW Rbladez. Then I did it again for a total of 10 shots each. If I hit between the two flags on a good shot, it was 1 point. If I hit really near them, it was 0.5 points, and a complete miss was 0 points. I re-did any fat or thin shot, though discus
  11. Whatever Ping is doing, it's kinda working....I want one now...
  12. SCOR contacted us at MGS a few weeks ago wanting to pit their short irons against cavity backs, claiming that cavity backs offering forgiveness on short irons is a myth. They tried this test on other sites, but the results came back with only anecdotal evidence and very little solid metrics collected. With MGS's reputation, which includes our members, SCOR asked if we can produce something better. Can they send a pitching wedge and gap wedge to our members and prove what their tests on an Iron Byron already showed them: http://www.scorgolf.com/golf-wedge-comparison/ The challenges
  13. I love the G25 fairway and hybrid. They're definitely worth a try.
  14. I've seen Miura sets at GG for $800 when they're clearing their shelves. I just wasn't impressed enough to pony up the cash.
  15. Maybe it's just around here, but I just don't see the game shrinking. Our courses are always packed. Weekdays after 3pm is all leagues and Weekends you have to book tee times at least 3 days before. I do think RR hit the nail on the head though. I started when I was 27. It took 2 years for me to actually play semi regularly though, roughly the same time I joined this forum. Had I know I could return a full set of clubs at Costco, I might have started sooner though...
  16. What can I say, I'm half French. The ladies love the pheromones
  17. I always hang my golf clothes to dry. Can't say I've noticed them get smellier than anything else I wear.
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