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bluesmandan76

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    Oldest club currently used on tour?

    Langer still has Titleist make him the ProV1 from 2006 or 2007! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Rickie Fowler to Taylormade?

    I really like tm’s balls. Better than cs or prov for sure. I currently play snell. But the tm’s are dang good golf balls! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    What ya drinking tonight?

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    Was it a golf Christmas?

    An ER1.2 putter for me, and a couple dozen Snell... and I made some diy superspeed sticks for my Dad and myself. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    What ya drinking tonight?

    Gift from my uncle! Smells and tastes like pecan pie. [emoji39]Shot of this, half shot of water, ice... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. 21 posts and nobody has called BS?!! Chik-fil-a is way better than flavorless Zaxby’s! I can’t even get my wife to eat at Zaxby’s and she likes Taco Bell. [emoji12] I’m with you though. I play Snell and Evnroll because of performance. And I always check the Maltby mpf of clubs if I can. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Is golf your main hobby, or just one of many?

    I’ve had lots of hobbies, some simultaneously, and just about quit golf for awhile because I didn’t have a course nearby and was pursuing other interests... but now it’s just golf. I was big into music for awhile, playing harmonica, guitar, bass, drums, and songwriting, plus doing some woodwork, and had a knife&tool sharpening business, there was motorcycles too, cooking, video games and movies and probably some other stuff I’ve forgotten. Now it’s just golf. I still have those other things in my life somewhat but they are just skills I have acquired rather than hobbies I pursue. I can listen to an audiobook while I walk 9, so I get exercise while I study and kill 2 birds with 1 stone. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    What ya drinking tonight?

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    Whats your best joke?

    Mewy Kwithmath! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    P2 Grips

    Heavy line of grips. Lightest one is 95 grams. These would really mess up my swingweight. But I like the shape of them... too bad they don’t have a 60g model, or lightweight options on all of them, like Evnroll does. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Center of Gravity vs Center of Mass

    I think having the cg slightly inside the aimline is good... because you line up the putt with putter grounded but strike it about 1/8” or 1/4” off the ground, which if you’ve kept your arms and wrists stable means you had to lift the putter slightly from the shoulder joint, meaning that it will also move out away from you so that the ball will be struck with a point closer to the heel of the putter. Either that or you need to hover the putter or lift your body or something. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    🤔 perplexed : 2nd lesson

    You’re releasing it early. People simply cannot believe and accept a correct release as being correct—it seems way too late and impossible, illogical. When you throw a ball you know how to release through the throw (i.e. the point of letting go). Into and through, not before or at. But with a club, people want all of their energy expended at or just before impact, when they need to be releasing after impact, not before. Why is this? The late/proper release feels like wasted energy, like all your power is happening after impact and is therefore wasted on air since the ball is already gone. So they never trust it and actually release it correctly. All the wrist angles and elbow angle are released before impact—because it is hard to trust the late release. You really have to feel like you’re holding all those angles and just barely beginning the release when impact happens. It’s tough to make yourself do it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    2019 Golf objectives

    This year I got down to 1.5 hc for a stretch, and averaged 1.6 putts per green (29 per round). I want to get to scratch. How to get there? Superspeed training (just bought a set; they’re in the mail). Other than that, practice putting, pitching, working the ball, solid fade on tap... might take a putting or green reading lesson. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    What ya drinking tonight?

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    Whats your best joke?

    I don’t like this joke, because it misrepresents us golfers as being naive. I mean, come on, really? We all know that curing a hook is much more complicated than keeping your head down and left arm straight! The reasons could be myriad! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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