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snagy2000

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  1. Steve - 47 Sugar Land. TX Getting off to a fast start and getting out of trouble pitch shots
  2. I love this ball! Paired with my Nike Vapor flex 440 with a GD AD BB shaft, this thing is getting me considerably more than 10 yards off the tee and plenty of my buddies money over the last month.
  3. I played over a 100 rounds with the 2Five bag since last October. I know what I think about it however would be really interested in learning what others think about it as well. Dropping my name for C130. Steve Walker/Rider Sugar Land TX
  4. How can Prestwick and Royal Troon not be on the list? Absurd, they're both better than Carnoustie!
  5. Your name and home state/province: Steve N./Sugar Land, TX Your handicap: GHIN 9.1 ​Your current driver/shaft: Ping i25 GD AD DI 6s Your current driver swing speed: 100 mph
  6. There was a place near my house called Red-e-golf which used the Trugolf E6 equipment. Overall the equipment worked well except for putting. The overall business concept struggled because they wanted a minimum $40 per hour to use the monitors. If you have 4 guys, no problem, but that did not happen often for them as they were placed right outside a golf course and we're in Texas where you can play golf year round. The place was empty more than it was busy.They would not discount prices for single users. No one is going to pay $40 to hit balls for an hour. Especially with a round of golf (18 holes) at the golf course they were located near costing you less than $40 most of the time. If it were not for their bar, the place would have closed shortly after opening instead of making it 2 years. I would have priced usage differently to get people in the place and using the machines. I guess they were just too hard headed to realize this aspect of business 101. If you're going to open one of these places commercially, you need to be smart and understand your location, market and customers. REPLY
  7. To me the name Hogan means honesty, integrity, and quality in golf. 10.2R Handicap Shaft: Ben Hogan Standard Shafts (starting at $149) KBS Tour V Stiff KBS Tour V X-Stiff KBS Tour 90 Regular KBS Tour 90 Stiff UST Mamiya Recoil 660 F2 A-Flex (+$15 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 660 F3 Regular (+$15 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 680 F4 Stiff (+$15 per club) Optional Custom Shafts KBS Tour C-Taper Stiff (+$15 per club) KBS Tour C-Taper Stiff Plus (+$15 per club) KBS Tour C-Taper Lite Stiff (+$15 per club) Nippon 850 GH Regular (+$10 per club) Nippon 950 GH Regular (+$10 per club) Nippon 950 GH Stiff (+$10 per club) Nippon Modus Tour 130 X-Stiff (+$20 per club) True Temper Dynamic Gold S300 Stiff (+$10 per club) True Temper Dynamic Gold X100 X-Stiff (+$10 per club) True Temper XP 95 S300 Stiff (+$10 per club) True Temper XP 105 S300 Stiff (+$10 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 95 F3 Regular (+$25 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 95 F4 Stiff (+$25 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 110 F4 Stiff (+$25 per club) UST Mamiya Recoil 110 F5 X-Stiff (+$25 per club) MRC Kuro Kage LB 65 A-Flex (+$25 per club) MRC Kuro Kage LB 65 Regular (+$25 per club) MRC Kuro Kage LB 85 Regular (+$25 per club) Length: -1 -.75 -.5 -.25 Standard +.25 +.5 +.75 +1 +1.25 +1.5 Lie: 3 Up 2 Up 1 Up Standard 1 Flat 2 Flat 3 Flat Grip: Ben Hogan Performance Plus Ben Hogan Performance Plus Midsize Golf Pride New Decade MCC Red/Black 58 Round (+$11 per club) Golf Pride New Decade MCC Red/Black 60 Round (+$11 per club) Golf Pride New Decade MCC Red/Black Midsize (+$11 per club) Golf Pride New Decade MCC Black/White 60 Round (+$11 per club) Golf Pride New Decade MCC Black/White Midsize (+$11 per club) Golf Pride Tour Velvet Black 58 Round (+$10 per club) Golf Pride Tour Velvet Black 60 Round (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Velvet Black Midsize (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Velvet Black 60 Ribbed (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Velvet BCT Cord Black 60 Round (+$9 per club) Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Black 58 Round (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Black 60 Round (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Black Midsize (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G Red 60 Round (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G White 60 Round (+$5 per club) Golf Pride Z-Grip Cord White/Black 60 Round (+$10 per club) Lamkin Crossline Black/White 58 Round (+$5 per club) Lamkin Crossline Full Cord Black/White 58 Round (+$5 per club) Lamkin Crossline Full Cord Black/White Midsize (+$5 per club) Lamkin R.E.L ACE 3GEN Black 58 Round (+$7 per club) Lamkin R.E.L ACE 3GEN Black Midsize (+$7 per club) Lamkin R.E.L ACE 3GEN Red 58 Round (+$7 per club) Grip Size: Standard +1 +2 +3 FW•15 IRONS Include in Order Loft Lie Length Price 20 21 22 23 59 39 $159 24 25 26 27 59.5 38.25 $159 28 29 30 31 60 37.5 $159 32 33 34 35 61 36.75 $159 36 37 38 39 62 36.25 $159 40 41 42 43 63 35.75 $159 44 45 46 47 63.5 35.5 $159 FW•15 Irons Subtotal: $1113 TK•15 WEDGES Include in Order Loft Lie Length Price 48 49 50 51 64 35.5 $159 52 53 54 55 64 35.25 $159 56 57 58 59 63 35.25 $159 60 61 62 63 63 35 $159 TK•15 Wedges Subtotal: $636
  8. How do you like the Epson M-Tracer. Wanting to buy it, but waiting on reviews to start trickling in. I really can't find any good reviews on this device.
  9. There's another group which bought out most of the Century Partners run courses owned by a U.S. based PE firm, including mine in Houston. Good news is, the Arnold Palmer Management Group will no longer be ruining the courses. APMG is a horrible golf course management company!!! http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20141029006465/en/C-BONS-International-Golf-Group-Acquires-22-Golf#.VRCIYfnF8dc
  10. Love the polka dots! Can't wait to get some ordered.
  11. I actually know one of the testers out of these magazines. He's the father in law of my friend. He says the testing process is not very scientific and its basically a glorified demo day. Of course these magazines are in bed with the OEMs. How do you think they really generate revenue? Look through GD or Golf magazine and you'll see they are made up of 70% ads and 30% content.
  12. I actually know one of the testers out of these magazines. He's the father in law of my friend. He says the testing process is not very scientific and its basically a glorified demo day. Of course these magazines are in bed with the OEMs. How do you think they really generate revenue. Look through GD or Golf magazine and you'll see they are made up of 70% ads and 30% content.
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