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Letthebigdogshunt

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About Letthebigdogshunt

  • Birthday 06/19/1942

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    Oregon
  • Interests
    NY Yankees, Oregon Ducks football and basketball.
    Love to read books
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  1. I would guess you play a high priced urethane ball and I would also guess that they are probably great quality as well. What are your concerns about a ball being out of round?
  2. For some 5 decades I thought it was and then 10 years ago I had a mini stroke and had to relearn my swing and what had been intuitive has been replaced with me now struggling to find a way to strike the ball well again. Been frustrating for that last decade. Lessons would not help since from one day to the next I have a problem just taking the club back the same way every stroke I take.
  3. My setup is 44--50-55. Had a 60* some time ago, but hardly used it and it was just taking up space so it is gone.
  4. Closest I have come was a 69 when I was 66 and when I was 69 needed birdie on the 18th to shoot 69 dumped it into a green side bunker on my second shot and that was the end of that opportunity. I'll be 79 in three weeks and my chance seems pretty slim these days.
  5. At your level play any club that you like and is the best for your game. You don't see a lot of pros playing blades all that much any more. If they can go with a more effective club for them why not you?
  6. I could not vote since there is not a 0 answer. I used to have 2-3 clubs, but age has me at the point of my driver sometimes go 200 but nothing else does. That is why I have three wedges since in order to score I need a great short game.
  7. I've used a hairdryer with good results on old tape.
  8. I have also used them, but not in some time. I have only seen a few posts on another forum say they had a problem with shipping. Most though swear by them.
  9. I have had hybrids in the bag for close to twenty years. I have trouble hitting long irons and the hybrids work for me. Mostly Taylor Made. They hit the ball high and it helps me hold greens when hitting into them. I don't care about distance just consistency and height
  10. I loved carrying when I was younger, but as I got in my late 50's I found it easier to play the last few holes when I switched to a push cart. My back also thanked me.
  11. May I ask why. I have played their clubs and built clubs for others using Dynacraft equipment and have not had any complaints about the equipment.
  12. Maltby or Dynacraft are good choices as well.
  13. If your swing speed is 70mph you might want to look at a low compression ball. Callaway Super Soft or Wilson Duo, but there are others with low compression as well.
  14. GPS all the way. All I need is yardage to the front, middle and back of the green. It has been awhile since I can hit a shot on the number to the green.
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