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  1. 7 hours ago, Shankster said:

     


    For once I’ll agree. I just don’t know if he (JS) has the drive like he used to?

     

    I think the drive is there, otherwise he wouldn’t be as frustrated as he is with the state of his game. I think he just needs to get the mental block of “the weekend” out of the way because his game is mostly there on Thursday and Friday. If he can put together a week with two good weekend rounds whilst in contention, I think he’ll be back to his winning ways sooner than later. 

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  2. I think Rhambo will pull it off this week. I am ecstatic that Brooks lost his #1 spot... and frankly I hope he continues to fall. I just find it difficult to root for someone who doesn’t care at all about golf. There are so many players that work so much harder and give so much more back to the game.


  3. 11 hours ago, cnosil said:


    Ask GB13 about being in first place for the season. The playoffs are what matter.

    I don’t wanna talk about it! 😆🤣

    I’m trying to totally set my team up for the playoffs this year, although I have to actually make the playoffs first.. 😬

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  4. I concur with most of the posters above that you shouldn’t give up the stopping power of urethane. From my experience, I’d say the Q-Star Tour and the Tour Soft are the best of both worlds. 

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  5. This thread has some wonderful advice!

    I’m usually can forget one or two previous bad shots, but I struggle when bad shots get strung together. Then, I lose focus on my current shot and start saying, “don’t chunk it again”, which, surprisingly leads to another chunk. I really like the advice of drawing upon the memory of a good shot I’ve hit, I’m going to try that next time I’m faced with negative thoughts. 

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  6. 13 hours ago, blackngold_blood said:


    Surprisingly I really liked my team right now. I would still like to get Poston, Wolff, or Morikawa but I can’t complain with my top 4 of Brooks, Rahm, Casey, Ancer.

    By the way any interest in trading Poston? emoji16.png


    Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy

    I’d do Poston for Ancer or Casey straight up, or maybe something a little bigger. Everyone except JT is on the block for the right price. 

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  7. Of course I’d love to play Pebble, it’s every golf addict’s dream. But that said, I’d have a real hard time dropping my 3k on just one round of golf. And, there are probably another dozen courses I want to play just as much. I’d either go with a golf academy (still a once in a lifetime experience in my book) or an in home golf studio. 


  8. 5 hours ago, fixyurdivot said:

    Yea, not doubt the good folks at Clear are stoked.  I don't mind going on record in saying that I think they have a terrible looking logo... no bueno.

    Absolutely horrible. I couldn’t decipher it for a while. I also can’t imagine that they have a large enough potential customer base that the advertising money spent will be recouped. Especially with Titleist ProV series being pretty much the “best” ball in golf. 

    2 hours ago, Shankster said:

     


    Might earn that US Open spot sooner than we thought.

     

    That’d be wonderful to see. 

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  9. 2 hours ago, yungkory said:

    Or in my case, ANY tournaments. Jeez!

    Hey, I’m the guy with ZERO players playing this week! My only week with a full roster was the Phoenix Open, I’ve had 2 for the AmEx, and now none this week... I’m hoping some of my players will start playing again... 😬😆

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  10. I get it, who really wants an invitation to something they don’t feel they deserve just based on their name? It means so much more to earn it for yourself than to just be handed it. I hope Phil has one more tournament in him, but if Phil isn’t sure, it’s not very convincing. 


  11. 10 hours ago, Quigleyd said:

    I saw one at at 187. So he has gained speed. So far not really turning into success but he did accomplish getting more distance.

    He’s definitely gained speed, but I’m not sure it’s helping other portions of his game. I hope he can turn the rest of his game around and get back to winning tournaments again.

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  12. 10 hours ago, lgv44 said:

    Question about the coures:   When tournaments play multiple courses, do pin placements remain exactly the same over the course of the first two (or in the case of last week, three) rounds?

    Seems like they would have to in order to be fair.

    Oh, and Rickie has a chance since his bad round was on the South.  Needs to make hay on the North.

     

    Yes the pins are in the exact same place for the first two rounds this week, and were for the first three rounds last week. 

     

    On a side note, this is the first tournament that I’ve heard DL3 be a commentator for, and so far, I’m not a fan. Hopefully he’ll become a little more comfortable and loosen up. 


  13. 15 minutes ago, cnosil said:

    Well last year you were on top for most of the season and didn't win;  maybe being on the bottom will be good for you.  

    Maybe so, but it significantly limits my ability to trash talk.. Can’t be talking while I’m in 56th place. 😬

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  14. 3 hours ago, fixyurdivot said:

    Are they still using the"hydroperal 2.0" finish?  I'm on the fence with the two tone color... at least based on pics.  Maybe I'll like them more when I see them firsthand. I agree that it does not jump out as a SGI club, particularly from the top, and that will definitely help sales.  

    From the Blog article: 

    “A double-layered hydropearl stealth finish. The first layer is a standard chrome plating. The next layer is a thin black PVD coating and the hydrophobic elements help repel water and offer better performance in wet conditions. 

    Two layers should prove to be more durable than one. However, the choice of PVD is a bit curious. Dark colors allow large items to appear somewhat smaller which comes in handy on bigger irons such as the G710.”

     

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  15. 2 hours ago, cnosil said:

     


    Pings are “flat” (no mill lines) and multi piece, scottys still have mill lines but the head is basically milled from single block of steel.

     

    Yeah, I’m just saying that both companies were using inserts before, and both moved away from them. I suppose “solid” faces would have been more accurate.

     

     

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