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golfinnut

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About golfinnut

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  • Birthday 10/24/1971

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    Leesburg, VA
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    Golf & more golf ... anything outdoors, fishing, hunting, hiking, etc.
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  1. I haven't been technically cleared by my doctor yet. But dont tell him ..... I've been swinging in my back yard and hitting balls the last couple weeks. I played my first round two weeks ago, without PAIN! I'm thrilled beyond words. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  2. Chris VA Scotty Cameron Newport Weakness Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  3. Glad to see you guys doing well with the SuperSpeed sticks! Some serious gains in there. I'm disappointed in myself for not being able to participate but the good thing is I feel much better now after the surgery. It will be great to actually play golf without being in constant pain. Congrats guys ... keep up the good work.
  4. Yeah I just told Mrs Nut about it & said we are taking a road trip next week sometime. She said .... "Oh NO!!!!" LOL
  5. I use these as well. They are cheap but well made. Which reminds me, I need to place an order for more.
  6. FYI .... DMV folks, especially those of you in MD 2nd Swing just opened in Colombia, MD
  7. But if that slice could be fixed by the equipment, that's a 15 yard difference down the fairway. A difference between 2 clubs into the green.
  8. As with any company, it's all perception. Titleist has been around for quite a while but most everyone associated them with balls & balls alone. Mainly because of the advertising that goes on with the ball every week from the Tour. #1 played at this tournament & that tournament, etc. It's also been the perception that you had to be a good or great player to play their irons. Luckily they are finally getting away from that stigma with their introduction of the AP1 & AP3 lines of irons. Advertising both the irons & the wood lineup this year has done well for them. The TS line of woods is one of, if not the best, woods they have ever come out with. And that's saying something from me, since I've played Titleist clubs from way back in the day of the Acushnet era of the late 70's & the original metal woods of the early 80's. I'm happy to see the direction Titleist is going now. It's great to see & I look forward to the next iterations for years to come
  9. True. If the Caps don't fix the PP, they aren't going anywhere. They have been abysmal for quite a while now. They couldn't even score once on the 5 minute major the other night.
  10. Why wouldn't you use the club to correct the fade or slice (whatever you want to call it)? Isn't that the point of adjustability? Especially the TS3 that has more options than the TS2. Why rely on the fade to come back a certain amount each time ... hoping that it does? Use the club to correct it
  11. This is a good day in my book! Bolts and Pens losing. I'm a happy Caps fan. Now they just need to take care of business Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  12. Congrats on picking the right players! Amazing to see how close it was.
  13. C. A. P. S. Caps Caps Caps!! Lived in the DMV all my life & the Caps have always been my favorite hockey team, since 1974. Thru the bad times & now thru the Ovechkin era & finally a Stanley Cup last year! The odds are slim to none that they repeat, but they have "BacktoBack" in their minds for sure. They will play hard every series. If TB gets knocked out (which I'm hoping), then the Caps might have a shot at least at the Conference title & get back to the dance. There is nothing like Playoff Hockey! My favorite time of year! The Nut Cave is dedicated everything the Caps! Just ask @Golfspy_CG2
  14. I'm interested. Just depends on the time frame. I'm done with my rehab since my surgery, so I'm ready to play some golf!
  15. I go with what swing I bring to the course that day. It varies from day to day because of the lack of time I have to play & practice. Whatever swing happens to be there, I go with it. If it's a fade, I play the fade all day. If it's a draw, I play that. I don't try and work the ball too much one way or the other. I'll play for a straight shot and it does what it wants to that day. I learn to live with what stock shot I have that day & play the course accordingly. I just think it overcomplicates things when you try and work the ball depending on hole location & hole layout. I've had pretty good success this way, so why change? If I had more time to dedicate to practice, it would be a different story.
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