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About TMAC

  • Birthday 11/22/1963

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  2. I was a ProV1 guy for years. When they started having having durabuility issues a few years ago I started experimenting with other balls. Went to the Bridgestone B330s and liked them a lot. Used the B330RX and liked the feel of them even more. Now I play the Callaway Chrome Soft and absolutely love them. Played a round with the Titleist AVX and didn't care for them. Just tried the TM TP5 last week and liked them, especially in the wind. Might give them another try this weekend.
  3. You can guve JR a try. Decent prices and ships quickly.
  4. My favorite is Palencia. Just a great track and usually in excellent condition. The courses at World Golf Villiage are good. I will also head down to Sawgrass as well as Amelia Island and play. Some great courses there as well and not a bad drive from St. Augustine.
  5. Terry Hilton Head, SC. USA Adams a12 Pro forged. KBS Tour Stiff 168 yds
  6. Terry - Hilton Head SC Adams CB2 forged irons w/ KBS Tour shafts in Stiff. ​HCP 7 Would love to try the C300 forged. Thanks for the opportunity!
  7. Terry -Hilton Head SC Driver: Taylor Made M2 w/ AD DI6 stiff ​3-wood: Ping G25 w/ AD DI7 stiff Hybrid: Ping Rapture w/ Aldila PROTO hybrid shaft. Irons: Adams Pro a12 forged 4-GW Putter: Cameron 350g Mil Spec / MannKraft MA/66 carbon HCP: 7 ​Goals: Play more golf, including local tournaments, and drop HCP by 2
  8. I have to like the looks of a putter when I'm standing over it. I've owned several Bettis', but this series won't be making it in my bag any time soon. Just butt ugly.
  9. I own 3 pairs of ECCO golf shoes as well as several pairs of casual shoes. Love their stuff. ​However, these will NOT be my next pair. Just butt ugly.
  10. I was a ProV guy for years. Then when they were having durability issues a few years back I started experimenting. I first went to the B330s. Then went to the B330RX. I liked both balls a lot. ​When the Chrome Soft came out I switched over to them. Gives me everything I want both off the tee and around the greens. I played a round of golf this Spring at the University of Florida. They had TM Tour Preferred balls so I gave them a try. It's a firmer feeling ball than the Chrome Soft but I was probably a half club longer and they stopped pretty well on the green. I found a box of them at our local outlet mall golf store (I'm in Hilton Head SC) and bought a dozen. Great ball at a very good price - although they may be last years model (?) so could be harder to find. I really want to try the TP5x next. Another good, cheap(er) ball that I've found is the Srixon QStar Tour. Great performance for a good price. ​And in the winters, when I'm just out screwing around but still want to play, I will buy some cheap, Wilson DUO's. Heck of a ball for the money and nice and soft for the cooler winter months.
  11. Just played Harbour Town yesterday with a WRX buddy. It's in good condition (light fertilzer on the greens recently but rolled true), but I think May River is in better shape.
  12. All depends on just how "used" the club is. I normally won't buy used wedges. Iron's have to still have plenty of grooves left (nor worn spots), Driver's have to look new, and no sky marks on 3 woods. I'll buy putters that are "used" if it fits my eye and it has a good feel (to me). I've purchased a ton of used putters over the years.........but then again, I'm a bit of a HO.
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