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GolfSpy Dave

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  1. Dave's Putter Profile: The Miura KM-009 "This classic toe-weighted design proves it is possible to match looks with performance." -Hoyt McGarity, President of Miura Golf. Miura Makes Great Irons (and Putters!) Since I've actually never owned a set of Miura irons (sadness), I'm actually going with a bit of faith on the first part of that title above. However, I've never met a person who has bemoaned anything about Miura irons. OK, so maybe I've heard some grumblings about price, which is why I don't own a set of them, but I have never heard anyone talk trash about the irons themse
  2. Tier 1 Dustin Johnson Tier 2 Marc Leishman Tier 3 Jason Dufner Tier 4 Matthew Fitzpatrick Tier 5 Steve Stricker Tier Breaker -7
  3. It was silly huge Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  4. How about we keep SLDR salutations in club threads? This thread is for cigar stuff like this ridiculous thing I smoked in Bandon Dunes. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. This thing was a solid performer on Pacific Dunes today. (Humble brag [emoji23]) Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. Day one highlights Stupid huge cigar Punchbowl madness New toy! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. And we are rolling to Bandon Dunes! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. I'd love to try but have not been able to do that yet. Probably need to soon before the body gets too old [emoji1353] Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. The Sunday plan is Shorty's, Punchbowl, meatloaf, cigars, and adult beverages. No big golf til Monday Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  10. We will probably get there at 2-3 Sunday [emoji482] Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. Here's the ball marker from the last trip. Each course has a different marker, each made from a different metal. Brass and a puffin was from Bandon Dunes. Made by Seamus Golf. They have an anvil there to stamp the back too. Maybe this time I'll pick up the one from the low score round, or most beers depending on how the day goes. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. T-minus four days! Time to pack, and repack. Hopefully my walking and drinking training regiment will be sufficient for the trip. Lots of photos and commentary next week here and on twitter
  13. Check it out when it hits your local shop. It's really not that flashy in person. Just had another solid round with it this afternoon. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. Dave's Putter Profile: Odyssey's EXO Indianapolis S New Gamer Alert! That's right, today's featured putter, the Odyssey EXO Indianapolis Sis the new gamer. Dave switched his gamer? That never happens. How does something as common as rainbows with colors warrant an “Alert”? While I am in fact gaming the EXO Indianapolis S, the “Alert” in that title was not referencing me, but rather Odyssey head design honcho Luke Williams. He has switched to the Indy S. It wasn't too long ago when Luke, Hashtag Chad, others, and myself were all founding members of Team Red Marxman S. it was
  15. Solid sour from The Bruery Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  16. Where was the study again that said that getting rolling faster made the putter more accurate?
  17. They can be tough to find in shops. PING has made a few off the rack models over the years, but most face-balanced blades are double bend shafted like the Kushin or Odyssey 1W
  18. I'm A Sucker For… For me, that statement finishes with longneck blades. I don't think that there is another putter that I pine for more for than the longneck. I've got a couple of sweet ones in the never part with section of my collection. One is an old Cameron Tel3 longneck Newport, and my copper twisty Byron longneck 006 may be the pinnacle of my putter collection, and probably going into the box with me when I take the old dirt nap. There was a span of time when discovering a new longneck resulted in an auto-purchase. These putters were the gamer of choice. Only the longneck could
  19. I hope it's awesome. Shoot some photos when you get it out on the course. I will say that my Clicgear is a workhorse, still going strong after years of abuse on the course
  20. We have a group here that goes up in November right when the rates change. Been more hit than miss on weather most years. And much cheaper.
  21. Just go and play. Shoot a big number, lose a crap ton of balls, and have a great time. You won't remember your score as long as you'll remember the experience. my 12 HCP is going to spray nonsense all over the place and it will be fantastic. Much like that first Hustler
  22. Sheep Ranch is in discussion but we may run out of time. May try and sneak out there on the way home. Heard a rumor that they may build a 5th 18 there.
  23. I will definitely run this buy the group. One of our guys has used caddies in the past and has been there 5 or six times. Another guy in a noob though and may appreciate the added info. Thanks for the idea
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