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DK03

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About DK03

  • Birthday November 18

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    Niagara, Canada
  • Handicap:
    9.1
  • EBAY ID:
    Keen_3

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  1. Not exactly the same, but I have the white Ping DLX cart bag from 2016. The white holds up really well. I give it a quick wipe down when I clean the clubs and that’s about it. Wouldn’t avoid white unless maybe you’re a one bag and always carrying kind of guy. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed all of this post.
  3. So how has she adapted to being able to hit 450 yard drives? Has it made golf too easy for her or what?
  4. It's funny. It's because I believe there is very little difference between OEM performance that I'm partial to certain brands. I always look to PING first because I like the brand and having played them for so long the PING look/feel has become a tie-breaker.
  5. 1. David Keen, Ontario, Canada 2. Handicap: 8 / Driver Swing Speed: ~100mph 3. Ping G400 4. No preference. Would probably be looking to buy the Flash if I had to choose.
  6. I guess it depends on how much you like towels... Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. As I imagine most guys on here are, I'm pretty obsessed with what the guys on tour are using. That's especially so for all things Tiger. I tend to be the guy who notices little things and can't let it go until I have answers. Also, triple word score for spelling “piques” correctly. H/t Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. I don't disagree, except it's always the same style
  9. Kind of an obscure question, but does anyone know who makes the towels that Tiger uses? The picture below is of the towel from the 2008 US Open, but he and LaCava are using the same kind now (usually red stripes)
  10. Would honestly suggest just buying a boxed set to start, a Wilson or whatever, maybe replace the putter immediately and then slowly replace each item (Driver, wedges, fairways) as they improve. If they never really take up the game or put the time in, a boxed set is more than adequate.
  11. David - Ontario, Canada Age 34 Handicap 9.6 Current irons: Ping i200, blue dot AMT stiff flex Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. Now, granted I'm a 10 handicap, but on the contrary I would happily buy different colored shafts depending on the set I'm using so long as the shaft itself didn't produce a negative effect. Honestly, much like golf balls, I can only really tell the difference in shaft when I don't like it, so all things being equal, I would love the opportunity to buy different shafts and finishes.
  13. Just picked up a 915D2 myself. Immediate improvement. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. Couldn't agree more! I'm trying to find that new go-to ball. It could just end up being the Vice balls after all, but we'll see. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  15. I've loved the Vice Pro, but being Canadian and paying the exchange, moving up to the Tour hasn't made sense for me. Definitely going to give the B330s a shot, probably the Z-star too... Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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