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thegolfgal

 
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  • Birthday 05/03/1966

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  1. I have the PXG Closer II with the weight kit. I took it out of the box and it felt light so I made it as heavy as I could with the kit and now I love it. Just need to find the love of your life I guess....
  2. I have a PXG Closer 2 and I have the weight kit. After putting with it I pretty much made it as heavy as possible. If I played on lightening fast greens all of the time lighter may be better but since it is usually rare I will just bring an extra lighter putter along in case I run into slick greens on a road trip. Love my closer BTW!
  3. I used to put a stripe on my golf balls, this will be interesting.
  4. I had a 3 wheel for years and when I went electric it was much easier! If you can go electric, do it, I promise you will not regret it. I had an older version of the bat caddy until I got my ez-go... https://batcaddy.com/collections/electric-golf-caddies/products/batcaddy-x8r?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=&utm_device=c&utm_keyword=bat caddy x8r&gclid=CjwKCAjw0a-SBhBkEiwApljU0iC9EvsIIXUkUfWJapenPYPjX5c83AnmKMEkiy9SwJJNdJPXRgqVHxoCIwcQAvD_BwE
  5. Swapped out my hyrbrid for a TSi2 7 wood and so grateful I did, love it!
  6. It is called testosterone, plain and simple. Men have a lot more of it.
  7. Get fitted, walk in with your old driver and let them know if they can't beat the old by 10 plus yards with equal or better accuracy you aren't buying. I have a hunch you will walk out with a club you love and if you don't love it don't buy it.
  8. My favorite under 40 bucks is the Bridgestone E12 Contact followed by the Tour B RX . I hit them both very well and they roll well with the putter. Remember, it is not what I hit well but what you hit well that you should be concerned with.
  9. Putting can be fickle to say the least. What helped me to be what I consider a decent putter you ask? I bought one of those stand alone putters and realized where the putter is actually aiming and not where I think it is aiming. I used the putter to learn not to play with as I hate the grip but it worked. I now putt with confidence and make many more putts because of it. Happy golfing!
  10. I have been to both places and I would recommend flying in to Orlando and driving down to Port ST Lucie and staying/golfing down that way. Many options and more affordable.
  11. Trying to break 100 1) Tee off with a wood that keeps you between the trees on a regular basis, Driver, 3W, 5W, 7W 2) If that is the club that will get you to the green or will not reach, hit it again. 3) If you are still a good ways out repeat or use the club you think you can reach with. 4) Inside 50 yards use a Sand wedge to get on the green, if you can't hit a sand wedge up in the air take a lesson, will be well worth it. 5) On the green or fringe putt it in. If you struggle with putting again, take a lesson will be worth the money. Keep it simple and have fun!!!!
  12. I have a 10 yard rule when I go in for a new driver. Beet the old one by ten yards or I am walking.
  13. We had something interesting happen here with the members. They found the Bridgestone spins better for them and folks are starting to drift to the dark side. I am not a high spin player but switched to Bridgestone years ago when the NXT Tours went over 30 bucks a dozen.
  14. I used to walk until my arthritis made it miserable. I miss it it but would rather enjoy the golf!
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