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About buckical

  • Birthday 09/23/1938

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Highland,Ca.
  • Interests
    sports, golf
    Ohio State
  • Handicap:
    9.5

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  1. buckical

    buckical

  2. Never in, never chosen! Ping45 Hdcp….12.4 Ping 1-20's Ping wedge (46*), Utility (50), Score.....4160's (54), and (58) 5o, 54, 58
  3. Rich Buckeye, living in California past 11 years 11.3 Hdcp. Ping 1-20's Still have a set of Bryrilium 's Eye2+s....bought new waaaay back...saving for grandkids! I play 2 or 3 X/week Would obviously love chance to compare these with the previous sets!
  4. Buckical California 9.7 Cameron Select Newport ll...Mid....(shortened to 34", counter balanced)
  5. Rich G. (Bukical)...Highland, Ca. 11.5 hdcp. (1)...Titleist Pro v1,... & (2), Callaway Chrome Soft..(Trying out as we speak) Living in SoCal, I play min.12 x/mo..(and +)
  6. Hi again... Rich (Ping45)...Doc...Whatever Ca. (Ohio in summer) 12 hdcp. Scotty Newport Mid...and/or...Ping Ketsch Tendency...short on longer, Alignment varies on short putts Prefer Tour (whichever one enlarges the hole!)
  7. Rich Summertime Buckeye,currently live in California 12 hdcp. Currently play Ping i20' irons, or sometimes play Mizino JPX 800 PROs..plus Ping i20 23* utility, which I have not been able to replace. Trying to find replacement for my 4 iron but so far no go....I play about 3x/wk using only regular flex on all clubs Visited Ping factory last summer to be fitted...wish they had that club available to try out then... Anyway, it's one club I'd love to take out on a date!
  8. ...From Highland,Ca ....Currently playing both (1) Ping i-20's ...and ...(2) JPX 800 Pros(Project x 5.0 shafts) ... Hdc. 12 ... Unfitted Both great clubs,800's little softer feel, not sure why(Age 77, play min couple X's wk)
  9. Currently Ping Ketsch. Many others (12 or 15) that have been modified to increase weight up to 370 and even higher I like a heavier putter head than most..it seems I cam maintain ther swing line better. Thgis could be right up my alley.
  10. Forgetting my manners...I'm from both Ohio (Knox Co.), and California (Highland).play many SoCal courses till I come back to Buckeyeland when that heat in SoCal gets a little too high. I forgot to list any info when making the forgoing comment re:" froghair"! I'm heading back to home in socal right after Christmas...and I sure am ready!
  11. Hello....I'm a longtime observer, seldom , if ever commenting, but I am concerned about what seems to be the potential loss of an integral part of our great game...The great old term "froghair", a term used for the second cut around the green. I'm well into my 70's now, and back when I was watching Arnie and Jack...along with many other greats, it was a common term used anytime someone was laying just off the green on the "second cut", (you know, about a 3 to 4 foot wide strip around the green) The announcers would use the term constantly. Now, I can't recall having heard it any time in recent several years. I tried to contact The Golf channel to no avail and am getting angry that most newer golfers are missing out on one of the great linguistic terms of our game!My name is "Doc", and all I wish for Christmas is someone reading this to help me start a campaign to restore the term "froghair" to its rightful [place in our games lexology! (not sure of my usage on that!) Can anyone else help??? Ping45/buckical/Doc (whatever)
  12. Curious as to how the Jones carry/stand bag is doing, market wise...since being "re-introduced to the younger set of golfers. Doc (Buckical-Ping45-whatever)
  13. Started playing golf at age 27 or so...played B-ball for many years. First... DO NOT think about hitting to all fields anymore! You want a swing that's more of a "power or pull" type. Then take a level practice swing (holding your driver straight out...like swinging at a baseball). Then, drop your club down and swing that way as a "golf" swing. Just convert the "power swing" into your golf swing. Second...Get to a pro for next step as fast as you can!....Otherwise you'll never forgive yourself if you don't..lol That is the very best advise you'll get starting out, as your grip and setup is the whole key to the correct swing mechanics....Good luck... Doc (Buckical)
  14. Please sign me up ...for either one or even both. Since I play at least 2 or 3 times weekly, I might as well be doing something constructive...For the record, I think I've bought about everything you've tested on here in the past couple years, so it would be nice to get to test something prior to buying...Anyway, thanks for the chance. Doc (Ping45)
  15. I'm sure this isn't high on your list, but I'm still very intrigued with the newest PowerBilt Air Force One AirFoil...I now own about every driver you've tested...have a much leaner bank account, but hey, what's money, if not to spend....Anyway, any chance of an update on the driver you held in such high esteem last year? I still find that driver as one of the longest in my collection. Doc
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