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  1. Great story and good advice! I have a personal rule of if its 3 wood in I lay up. 18* hy or 21* hy if conditions and hazard locations are favorable then I'll take a smooth swing at it, so most of the time lay up. 5iron or less I go for it. I have the confidence for 5i and in, key for me is a smooth practice swing and the same at take off. Not very often am I 5i in on a par 5. So I also tend to lay up more often then going for it. I hit more wedge shots on course(full,3/4,half shots) than any club in the bag, so it I take less of a brain bashing (stupid, why did you go for it!) and my shoulders say thanks for not over swinging us out of socket.

  2. Isn't this sort of already in place?

    If you click on the reviews on the main page, they are sorted by rating in the different categories.

    Amen, I was thinking the same thing, and that its done pretty well. Real golfers hitting stock gear give you and Idea of how well a product works for a regular golfers. Then you can go get fit. Not Dustin J hitting "The New" 3 wood 400yrds or Mr. Big Bucks paying to be on a list. How come 7 out of 10 clubs on a "Hot List" always say "among the top pick of our testers" Hmmm! Keep doing what your doing it is great, of course this is my opinion.

  3. The video is soooo informative! :huh: Have you all seen the Sports Science episode on weighted bats or clubs? May help off the course for muscle strength and flexibility but a big NO before the round. Its good to WARM UP but from hitting balls with regular clubs. Like warming up in the gym for 5 on the trend mill before your workout. You would be better off jogging around the parking lot to get your heart rate up and hitting a small bucket then swinging this SWING-A-MA-MAGIC BOOM STICK. Just my opinion!

     

     

  4. Hey members, Mark is my name, been a member for awhile just dont get the free time to check in all the time. Gotta say this is a great forum and have learned alot about the game and great products coming out. (Truelinks Wear) (Trueaim) own both now. The drama of White Clubs, own them now to. Anyways, from Eastern WA work at EWU, 2 boys who like golf. Have been going to the gym the last 8 months working on golf specific training and also lost 25 pounds. Look out 2012 hit um well guys!

  5. One of the Pros at my home course is part of getting this of the ground. He was tell me all about it and how he is gonna get it going at the course for a test run this year. I think it would be great for the fund raiser tourneys when every person on the course buzzed up phones in some drink orders at the same time. Really though I hope it works out for them, it is a hard industry to break in to. I for one bring all my food and drink to course.

    Funny, none of the cart girls from the course are on there!

  6. One of the Pros at my home course is part of getting this of the ground. He was tell me all about it and how he is gonna get it going at the course for a test run this year. I think it would be great for the fund raiser tourneys when every person on the course buzzed up phones in some drink orders at the same time. Really though I hope it works out for them, it is a hard industry to break in to. I for one bring all my food and drink to course.

  7. Hey, I have a pair and they are great so far. I have been playing in very wet conditions this year and my feet have stayed dry and I have had no traction issues. The sole of the shoe is firmer than a regular shoe sole. I have no doubt they will last a long time with normal course use. I wont be wearing them out on the town or running in them. I figure when they do wear down to the point I start losing tracton I will just wear them as an everyday shoe. Win-Win. Get your feet measured and order that size. Hope this helps.

  8. Obviously he didnt notice or he would have said some thing. As far as calling in, just sit down and worry about the rules you break. If PH truly didnt notice and none of his playing partners notice or official's the guys calling in need to shut the *%^& up. Yeah the guys who call rules on themselves are very honorable, I have done it my self, big high 5 to all. I have also had a player tell me about my ball moving forward as I took my marker away and I didnt notice. Do we really think if he was aware of this he wouldnt say any thing. I'm sure that 1/16th of an inch was make or break for the like of Paddy.

  9. I always used to warm up the weighted doughnut, but I can see if you used it a lot with your driver, that it might not be good for the shaft (added torque). I would not have an issue in using it on an iron. BTW, my site sells the Weighted Doughnut (under $10 shipped as well). I have not had a request for one of those in quite some time!

     

    I have always been partial to the Assist for my warm up club.

     

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    I am sure you can find one on Amazon. I sell the Momentus as well, but I always preferred the Assist. Because of the weighted head and the way the shaft is bent, I think it helps a lot with wrist rotation (personal opinion).

    Yep I like the ASSIST also, I use the shorter travel model to stay limber indoors during the winter and I have the longer version for the good weather what little we get in SE Washington. When swung smoothly they do help square the club face and release the club for me at least. I found great deals on them both on ebay/

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