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Funkyfedora

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  1. that is exactly how I feel about my latest Byron order. I love my 006LN. putts fall like leaves in autumn. but I wanted the art putter to go with it. the new 006 is fully pimped out. if putts drop great, if it hangs on my wall where I can see it every day, that is good too.

     

    I too want something Mannkrafted. My communications with him at various points about random things have been great. I missed the way too cheap Lux putters when he was pimping them. As soon as one of his models catches my eye, i will probably pull the trigger.

     

     

    Have him make a custom. He has actual blank 006 heads if you want to go that route.

  2. Nice looking bag, Funky. More importantly, when did Asics start making golf shoes? I've been wearing Asics exclusively (when I have a choice, at least) for...geez, over 10 years. If their golf shoes are anywhere as good as their runners, I will be switching as soon as I wear out my adidas.

     

     

    Thanks Matt. Asics made some for Shingo around the masters last year. They have them on the Golf Galaxy site. I REALLY want a pair. I just started wearing the running shoes and I am in love with them.

  3. Thats my cue to post my 2 tee drills for you guys.

     

     

    Here are some drills that I do when I practice putting and thought I would share them with you guys.

     

    1. Consistently hitting the middle of the club face.

    • Find a straight putt

    • Set your putter down so it is 3-4 feet from the hole and square the face.

    • Set 1 infront of the toe at address and 1 before the heel

    • Make 25 in a row. If you miss, start again. After 25, keep trying to get 50.

     

    •You can move back a foot and try this again.

     

    This drill also gives me confidence on the knee knockers.

     

    2. Making the putt in the heart of the cup.

    • Place 2 tees in front of the hole just about an 1/8 of an inch larger than the Diameter of a ball.

    • Try making 10 2 footers. and 10 3 footers

     

    3. Laser like precision

    • Find a breaking putt.

    • Put 1 tee down where you are going to putt and another on your intended line.

    • Try and hit the tee thats on the line and then putt back to your starting tee.

     

    4. Agressive Lag

     

    • Put 2 tees about 2 feet apart 18 inches behind a hole and try and lag it so that the ball either goes in the hole or stops before crossing the imaginary line the tees make.

     

    5. Another Lag drill

    •Place a tee 3 feet from the edge of the fringe and another 3 feet before the first.

    •Try Lagging the first putt between the tees and then try lagging the second between the tee and the fringe

  4. I saw a couple similar version on the senior tour before they released the line. Is that where you saw it?

     

     

    Thats where my buddy got it from. Some tourny in AZ I think.

  5. I am a student at the moment studying Graphic Design. I work for public relations here at my college. In the summer I work on my local muni. This Summer, I plan to intern/work part time at local photographers places.

  6. Driver:

     

    Ping Rapture V1 9° Aldila VS Proto "By You" (65g Stiff)

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    Fairway woods:

     

    3w Titleist 906F4 15.5° Aldila VS Proto "By You" (80g Stiff)

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    5w Cobra Speed LD F/ST Tour AD YS Designed by Graphite Design made for Cobra Stiff

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    Irons:

    Ping S59 3-9 Iron Rifle 6.5 Soft stepped

     

    [3 iron]

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    [5 iron]

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    [7 iron]

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    [9 iron]

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    Wedges:

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    Putter:

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    Bag:

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    Shoes:

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