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  1. I can't recommend True Linkswear enough. I've had 5-6 pair, I only walk, and I will only ever buy these shoes for golf. Your foot pain is most likely due to the shoes being too narrow. Look at how the toebox is shaped like a triangle. Most FJ, Nike, Puma, etc. shoes are built like that for fashion. It's ridiculous. I've had my current True OG shoes for two years. They are still waterproof and the tread is holding up nicely. Slightly more wear in the left foot (RH golfer), probably due to wearing them on a practice matt twice a week. I have another pair that I bought on sale in April from Global Golf waiting for my OG's to be retired. I'm certain they will last the rest of the year. I also have a knit pair that I wear to work.
  2. Me and my golf pal hit a rotation of about 4 courses in our immediate area (30 minute drive). One is a muni, the others are privately owned, opened to the public. The courses are in great shape and can typically get around in 4 hours, sometimes longer on a holiday weekend. Played in 3:40 hours (walking) on Wednesday afternoon. SE Connecticut/SW Rhode Island.
  3. I buy mine from lost golf balls . com. I get the 5-star mint condition balls. They look brand new or maybe lost after a couple hits. It's usually 45%-50% the cost of brand new for basically a new ball played after 2-holes. So my 5-star mint Srixon Z-Star's are about $24/dozen when I buy 4-dozen. I've only been slightly dissaponted when I've bought the 4-star balls. The condition is quite a bit lower and sometimes they throw in Z-Star XV's or even Q-Star Tours.
  4. Get fit for what fits. Don't go in with any preconceived ideas based on the newest trend. Don't be afraid of a 7-wood if your 5-iron numbers aren't good.
  5. Tom / Westerly, Rhode Island Avg 18 Hole score: 91 Current Iron Model Played: Wilson Staff FG Tour F5, 5i-GW
  6. Name, Locale, and Rounds per year: Tom Zanarini, Rhode Island, 30 rounds per year. Social Media Accounts: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram Handicap and Swing Speed: 20hcp., 83mph (7 iron) Current Set: Titleist 917 D2 driver, Cobra Bio Cell+ 3w & 5w, Cobra Amp Cell 4hy., Wilson FG Tour F5 5-G, Wilson PMP 56&60, Ping Sigma Anser putter, Wilson Nexus bag. Desired Cobra Set: Stiff flex, F9 driver, 3w& 5w, One Length: 4h & 5i-G, 56 & 60 cobra wedges. stand bag
  7. Tier 1: Ricky Fowler Tier 2: Alex Noren Tier 3: Ian Poulter Tier 4: Kyle Stanley Tier 5: Chez Reavie Winning Score: -15
  8. Tier 1: Tommy Fleetwood Tier 2: Tony Finau Tier 3: Rafael Cabrera Bello Tier 4: Martin Kaymer Tier 5: Thomas Pieters Winning Score: -6
  9. Tom - Rhode Island Wilson Staff FG Tour F5 - Dynamic Gold XP S300 shafts; 5-GW. (Cobra Amp Cell 3-4 hybrid, stock stiff shafts). HP: 18 C300 Forged: These are the next step in the irons I currently play, so I feel I could give a thorough review of the advancements (or not) that Wilson has made in developing these clubs. Just some background: I switched from the FG Tour V4 to the F5 as I felt the DG S300 shafts were just a little too heavy for me and I preferred the extra forgiveness of the F5 in the 5-7 irons.
  10. Entering the contest! Would love to improve my game through a thorough analysis of my good and bad habits.
  11. admin

    Welcome to the forums tzan :)


    We are glad to have you at MGS. Go start your first message!


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