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  1. Yes indeed I do, in fact, I have (3) that fit that description... My 2011 Cleveland Niblick 'Hybrid Wedges'
  2. A rules change to allow 16 clubs is unlikely to happen, but if it did, I wouldn't be put off by it. I seriously doubt it would have much of an effect on scoring.at the Professional or 'Better Amateur' level anyway. As for typical 'recreational' golfers, some 'weekend players' carry more than 14 clubs now, and very few people really care. When was the last time you actually counted how many clubs were in your buddy's bag? So, as a 'recreational golfer', if you 'think' an extra club or two helps you play better, or if it just makes you 'happier', or feel more confident, then I say go
  3. This latest TM Driving Iron announcement makes me feel even better about my original TM UDI's...
  4. SO, MR MILLENNIAL.. Which one is YOU jlukes!...
  5. Some of our Millennial Golfers WALK, but seldom TALK because they are too busy texting, checking facebook, or taking a selfie.. . Kind of funny when they walk into trees or fall into fairway bunkers because with their heads down, focused on a smartphone, they often don't see where they are walking!...
  6. Nope! None of those 'crack-prone' multi-material clubheads for me! I'm using a 2015 9.5* TaylorMade SLDR-C, (with 'custom' 45.5" Miyazaki Kusala Black 61s Shaft tipped 1/2"). As good as it gets!..
  7. My Driver!...Extra long off the tee today!..Guess the back was a bit looser than it's been in a while...No doubt the the Aleve I took before playing helped!...
  8. I think because there is still plenty of available land for development in Central Florida, the situation is just not the same there. The scarcity of land ;for development here is South Florida is a huge factor! Keep in mind that we are squeezed between the ocean and the everglades while facing huge population growth. The demand for affordable housing is extremely high! With play on the decline, (for multiple reasons), struggling course owners and operators are getting offers from developers that are simply too good to refuse. Of course, there is a lot of HOA and Homeowner backlash from
  9. There have been quite a few courses shut down in South Florida. The hot and humid rainy season seems to get worse and last longer every year so it's becomes difficult for courses to remain financially solvent. Pressed for money, many courses have to cut back on course maintenance and the result of that is courses that go downhill fast, because neglecting proper course maintenance makes them less desirable for golfers to play during 'good weather' months, (December through April). Sadly, previous damage from past hurricanes is also still evident on many of the courses down here. The cutba
  10. You 'think' you know, but as usual... ...$HEIT!...
  11. Clubs that are rare, custom, and unique are usually the most 'interesting', especially when they perform extremely well!... Such is the case with my TaylorMade Rescue Fairway 'Strong-3' with 42.75" Fuji Vista Pro 90 graphite shaft. (Reshafted from the original TM stock steel shaft). It's actually a combination of a hybrid and a fairway wood, which also makes it quite 'unique'. It's kind of like a Rescue-Mid Hybrid on steroids! (As you can see below, it looks like a blown up Rescue-Mid due to it's larger, Fairway Wood-sized head). I find it so very easy to hit, even from difficult
  12. Here you go, but you better hurry because it's the very last 'new' 9.5* loft available... New TaylorMade SLDR C 460 Driver (9.5-) - RH- TaylorMade SLDR 57 Regular - eBay
  13. What used to be called a 2-Wood is today's Mini Driver... SLDR Mini Driver (260cc) - The new 2-Wood
  14. For those of you interested in improving your 2013-2014 SLDR Driver's Forgiveness by applying 'The SLDR Fix', I am providing some links to the supplies you may need such as the weight kit and the peel-and-stick rubber/tungsten weights. SLDR Weight Kit (ebay) US 10g Blue Golf Movable Slide Weight Replacement Set For Taylormade SLDR Driver - eBay 10g Blue Golf Weight Movable Sliding Slider For Taylormade SLDR Driver Head New - eBay Below is a link to the GolfWorks rubber/tungsten peel-and-stick weights if you choose to use that method for 'the fix'. Rubber Tungsten Swi
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