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mruuska

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  1. Here is a lookbook for the PUMA Spring Summer 2018 line. Interesting how PUMA and Rickie have evolved together. https://golf-threads.com/2017/12/12/puma-golf-lookbook-spring-summer-2018
  2. A top ten (11) list of most aggressively styled PGA tour pros. Or rather, G.W.A. Any omissions or debate? Fun game! https://golf-threads.com/2017/11/06/g-w-a-11-golfers-attitude/
  3. Here is a link to the review I did on the PUMA Evoknit golf line for GolfThreads. https://golf-threads.com/2017/10/16/puma-evoknit-golf-apparel-evolves/
  4. Good article on how to maximize your golf wardrobe and transition from course to street. https://golf-threads.com/2017/10/11/maximize-golf-wardrobe/
  5. This is an interesting and entertaining article on how fashion influences our perception of PGA tour pros https://golf-threads.com/2017/09/28/pga-tour-players-style-fan-perception/ Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. Interesting and entertaining article on how fashion influences fan perception of PGA Tour pros. https://golf-threads.com/2017/09/28/pga-tour-players-style-fan-perception/ Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. If you are anything like me and love the fashion of golf; this is a great site golf-threads.com The blogger, Greg, usually does a weekly re-cap of best and worst dressed PGA pros as well as reviews of apparel. If anyone knows of other good sites that follow golf fashion please share.
  8. Enter here to win a $1000 Linksoul wardrobe. Disclosure; I do get additional entries. Couldn't post any other way. https://wn.nr/4BGrKx
  9. Michael from Massachusetts 21 Cobra Fly-Z, Matrix VLCT SP 105-110, 230 Henrik Stenson
  10. Billy Horschel would be my vote for best dressed.
  11. Special thanks to downlowkey who helped me convince Cobra about the defect in my clubs. They agreed when I used his rationale and are fixing the clubs free of charge. They are in route to Cobra right now! I appreciate the camaraderie of the MyGolfSpy forum.
  12. From Cobra; "the ferrules of the club do not affect the performance or integrity of the shaft in any way, they are purely for improved looks." Yes, you are correct that the gap is located between the bottom of ferrule and top of hosel. Any suggestions to aide battle with Cobra is appreciated. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  13. I took my clubs to my local cobra authorized dealer and the guy I spoke to said that the 1/16 inch gap between collared ferrules and club head is a manufacturing defect and likely weakened the shaft leading to the broken clubs. Cobra is saying the collared ferrules are only aesthetic in their purpose. What do you think? Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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