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Jedaigeki

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  1. Appreciating all the tags in the comps guys, now I need to figure out an easier way pf spreading the tags with this group.
  2. I golf with my wife also, if I'm having a bad day, she's recording on her phone and sending to all my friends
  3. Ironically speaking to the Titleist rep whose a member at my club, this was one of the heads used as inspiration for the TSi shape.
  4. I think it really depends on the situation your in. Are you in a competition, how well do you know the person, what's their personality like etc. So many factors to consider. I know when playing with friends and it's not serious and only a couple of pounds on the line for beer that any bad shot by anyone will get multiple comments. If it's a competition then I don't say anything and don't expect anything form others other maybe a few words of encouragement, again that depends on the personality and how they will take the comment. As a general safe rule, less said
  5. This sounds really interesting and I look forward to listening. If you are desperate for people I would probably be willing, although time difference might logistically make it harder.
  6. As a teen I got to play with a "grumpy old geezer" by the name of Michael Lunt a couple of times through my dads playing partners. After asking him what he thought of my swing he respoded by asking if I did any painting. I responded no and he said "Well better start if you're interesting in making things look pretty, golf is about 18 numbers and 18 numbers only". I later found out that he had played in walker cups in his youth and had been a very highly respected amateur in his day. Those words have stuck with me and while I'm too young to pull of the grumpy sage act I do try to im
  7. I have a Nikon Coolshot 20 and it's a great device except the battery died a lot quicker than expected. I don't know if it's just the device draining it or the cold climate having an effect also but in 3 years it's gone through 2 batteries.
  8. I haven't used Cleveland since the old Tour Action days, still one of my favorite wedges I've ever owned. Just checked out the Edison wedges and they look lovely, not sure the boss will like the idea of me just purchasing without fitting considering I gave her hell this year to make sure all her new clubs were fitted.
  9. That's a severely bad day. At least your clubs weren't in your trunk and stolen.
  10. So had a discussion today with the boss and she agrees that I should probably consider new wedges as the grooves on my SM6's are looking a little dull (her words, not mine) So now I'm thinking on new wedges and trying to not d my usual and just go for Vokeys.
  11. That is super amazing. Hopefully the community will appreciate it and I'm sure they will make great use of it.
  12. I tend to make my club selection based on the yardage to the flag and if there is more green in front of behind the flag. Ultimately my goal is to always leave myself a putt. If that means hitting one more or less club than the number suggests then that's what I do. The only caveat to this is to have a realistic average carry distance fro all your irons, not your that one time down hill, down wind I hit X yardage.
  13. If you want to gift me the Kiyoshi I wont mind (providing it doesn't win). Joke, obviously.
  14. I play Thetford a couple of times a year as it's a great winter course expecially. Newmarket is 20mins from my house and I have several friends who are members there.
  15. Living in England the vast majority (95%) of people I see on courses are walking. Golf Buggies just aren't part of the golf culture over here and are seen more as a lazy non serious golfers thing overall. However I accept there are people with legitimate health reasons why buggies are needed. That said, carrying is also not a large part of the culture here, the vast majority of golfers use trolleys, generally electric trolleys. Growing up the old pull trolley was seen as the old man thing and all "proper" golfers carried their bag however no everyone from scratch to 54 will use a trolle
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