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geez2323

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About geez2323

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  • Birthday 09/11/1978

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    Sun City, AZ
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    Well GOLF, baseball, football,financial markets, music and cars.
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  1. Starfire and Cave Creek should definitely be avoided. From downtown you could get to the Raven pretty easily and for a City course Aquila is the best of the group. Legacy is a good track as well, next door to the Raven. Papago has gone downhill a bit, not as nice as it once was Course wise. New clubhouse is nice and the practice facility. Sent from my iPhone
  2. I believe Hogan started making putters in 1958 / 1959. My guess would be it is between 1960-1965 as far as the production year. Nice stick! Most Vintage Hogan’s go for $30-60 in the market. Not as sought after as old bullseyes. Cool piece, I like it[emoji3] Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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  4. Rejected again! Next year is the year [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone
  5. Papago has gone down hill a bit. The new clubhouse and restaurant is top notch, but course conditions have suffered. Pretty dry and worn, at least 2 months back. Good layout though Sent from my iPhone
  6. The results surprised me that is for sure. I would never use it but It was a cool video. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. Must play would be the mentioned Troon North and Quintero. The 2 Verrado Courses in Buckeye are great Founders and Victory, I prefer the Founders But #18 at the Victory is the best hole. Southern Dunes is great as well. Boulders is nice a nice resort course with some beautiful scenery. A few other good options are Grayhawk, Sun Ridge Canyon, Whirlwind, Raven, Gold Canyon, Rio Verde Golf and Social Club, and Wickenburg Ranch. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  8. I have played them all multiple times. If it is a guys trip for fun you will have a blast at talking stick. The course is average but the casino next door is a great place to hang out and Top Golf is a block away. GC of Estrella is a great track, the Pointe is fun and has some good holes and views of the city. Dove Valley is nice with some good holes, Rancho Manana is a bit quirky at times but has some good views as well, short course. I would probably drop Rancho Manana. For the price of the TPC you could play Troon North, way better course. The TPC is fun just play where the pros play, but Troon North is the top dog. Check the over-seed schedules, courses out here begin to close mid September to October. I know the Pointe was late September last year as well as One of the Talking Stick Courses. The Verrado Victory and Founders courses in Buckeye are great as well as Quintero out by Lake Pleasant. Something to check out. Any questions let me know. Enjoy the trip! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. A tradition like no other. My annual rejection email should come in July [emoji24] hoping to break the cycle this year Sent from my iPhone
  10. Taylormade definitely does have the best group of players. DJ, Rory, Tiger, Day, Rahm is tough to beat. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. Would be awesome to see it happen. He is already the greatest IMO and every pro golfer getting paid the purses they do now owes him a big thank you for how he made the game mainstream throughout the world. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  12. Definitely not worth more than Troon. They are all good courses. If you know some people, estancia and silverleaf are great as well. Sent from my iPhone
  13. Of the courses you listed I would definitely go for Troon North. I have played them all many times and Troon is just amazing. Next I would go We Ko Pa, then Sun Ridge Canyon, Gainey Ranch, then lastly Talking Stick. Another in the Scottsdale area is Eagle Mountain or Grayhawk. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  14. I think it is a great concept and would truly be a “custom fit “ driver. With driver prices now I think this type of technology and precision would price them out of the market. I bet a driver built exactly for you would get to the $1000 price level and make there market very small. The only downside I see. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  15. Ping iBlades could be a nice fit. Can get a nice used set 3-PW for $400 or so. Some forgiveness and has the nice thin look. I am a fan. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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