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Agent 87

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  1. I would think twice about this. I wonder about the quality of the other components.
  2. That made me laugh. I've played with the same guys. If you tried to explain it you'd end up with a headache
  3. The year before Dick's bought Topflite. I found the Gamer. It was then by far the best ball under forty bucks. Since the acquisition it's been a pain to get them in Canada. So I don't know if it's the same ball I used to buy.
  4. I've been following all the video assessments of this driver. There's no gain in distance or dispersion reported. I think it's cheaper to manufacture. If so, wouldn't one expect a price drop?
  5. Here's my 2 cents. What you'll find is that because the bag is at an angle the grips will get caught one on another. Some bags are divided to the bottom and are less troublesome but will still get stuck to some degree. However, Put graphite shafted clubs at the top. This will keep iron heads from swinging and hitting graphite shafts. You won't find out that the shaft is damaged until the downswing.
  6. I like the perfect lie theory. Also, are you hitting off a mat. Mats will let you get away with lots of bad stuff. The ball can jump up on the face with fat and steep swings amoung other things. I could use some help with this as well. I could always take my practice to the course, but not anymore.
  7. It's a black art for sure. But I think you're on the right line. Pun intended.
  8. Yoga with Adriene will do the trick. Golf specific isn't required. Yoga was made for golfers.
  9. I get what fitters are doing with head first, but they have to start somewhere. What I'm getting at is that the head selection is made with a shaft in the club. Given that how can one be sure that the first shaft isnt influencing characteristics that fitters are attributing as head specific. Remember the old ball flight rules?With that in mind I wonder if it's a chicken and egg thing.
  10. I go with this. If you're 0 or 1or2 degrees out to in it and set up slightly closed some shots with longer clubs may look like a push. Do you know generally what your path and face to path is?
  11. Ive used spray for iver 10 years now. I've never seen this. How much spray are you using. Maybe a bit too much?
  12. When you speak about torque is that about twisting about the longitudinal axis of the club.
  13. I think you're spot on. If you compare the price increases in golf equipment with that of other products over the last few years, I suggest that the increase in prices are out of wacky with the increase of manufacturing cost. But then again there's lots of BS advertising to convince us that a new club can fix everything. All the while we know that in general handicaps have not decreased.
  14. I own an ogio with that pocket. That pocket does get loose. I couldn't remember why I quit using it. So, I took it out of storage. After spreading balls over a parking lot, it went back in the closet.
  15. I'm plying TP5. However I like to see just white on a putt. I'd love a ball with one small logo nothing else.
  16. Do you know what shafts are available with this driver.
  17. Talking, cart noise,or just about anything else doesn't bother me. There was a time when anything and everything bothered me. I made it a priority to learn to play this way. It's really made a difference. Although, I can't imagine what tour players go thru with spectators. Especially the drunk ones.
  18. One black dot under the logo. I like to see white only when putting.
  19. I love the clicgear attachment. I'm getting one. I've reversed my clubs for a long time. I once lost a wood shaft after an iron ticked it. So I made the change. Still I fight with grips sticking when replacing a club. I've tried tubes. They're hard on graphite shafts though. I was about to give up on ever finding a solution.
  20. Chip it, putt it. If you like how it performs there then buy it.
  21. Playing in a power is terrible. I always walk. Clicgear is a grest choice. I've had one for over 10 years. They rarely fail. Parts are cheap and easy to get. Also if pushing is too much or for those that have an injury or a disability that makes pushing difficult, Alphard makes a power assist add-on that'll motorized it.
  22. True but how does that relate to flex etc. Fitters use swing weight numbers to simply balance. Why not simplify shaft characteristics. For instance in Iso 5100 contains all the relavent numbers to characterize a particular shaft . Because it's a standard all companies using it measure things the same way.
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