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  1. 1. Brad, Colorado 2. 16 HDCP | 110 mph 3. Ping G 4. I would like to review the Epic Flash
  2. If there is too much burn, I suggest adding a bit of water to it. The nice thing about whisk(e)ys is that water can actually bring out flavors that are otherwise masked by the burn. However, it is a delicate balance. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  3. The grass will always be greener on the private course you cannot get onto. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  4. For the price I recommend Monkey Shoulder or Dimple Pinch blended Scotch’s for a daily dram. For the more special occasion I also enjoy The Balvenie 14yr Caribbean Cask that is finished in rum casks. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  5. This my be a little off from where the OP was going but, I am of the opinion that most high and mid handicappers would be better off moving forward until their game dictates moving back. (Consistently shooting in the mid 80s would be my personal measure.) I was paired up with a threesome that was a dad and his two twenty something sons. The more seasoned father played from the middle tees and consistently was on the green in regulation. The boys played from the tips and both scored around a 120 if you gave them 10 mulligans. They spent the entire round searching for lost balls. I understand being young and full of testosterone but the game is much more enjoyable when you play the course to your level. Moving forward and setting aside my pride was the best move I have made and I am starting to see drastic improvements in my play. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  6. Welcome to the forum. It is always nice to hear from fellow AF retirees.
  7. Diamond Tour Golf sells clone clubs. Are you sure they are the real deal? Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  8. The son-in-law: Not quite what you had in mind. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  9. - Buddy hits a worm burner: “Smart move keeping it under the wind.” - “Dead Sheep/Still ewe“ “You’re still away.” (No matter how it is said, that one hurts on the receiving end) - “You really cranked that one............ into the trees.” - “Nice shot. That was like my drive.... only shorter.” Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  10. I have pulled off some amazing shots when alone. It gives you the freedom to experiment (or at least drop another one to experiment). However, I play best when paired up with three complete strangers that know their way around a course. I never want to be that guy they later reminisce about that sucked so bad they thought someone paid me to be comic relief. So, I end up playing “smart” golf and card a better score. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  11. My triceps are screaming at me today. Saying “Hey, remember you are fat and out of shape? WTF?” Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  12. I am an iPhone user for the past 8 years or so, however, a friend of mine showed me his new Samsung phone and the Samsung DeX dock. It was pretty slick that he could hook it up to a monitor and keyboard. It would pretty much replace my desktop computer. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  13. I picked up the Tommy Armour Impact No.3 putter yesterday. I have to say that I was skeptical of the comparison that it had gotten to much more expensive putters that are currently on the market. I had been playing a cheap Wilson putter for the last 9 years, so I was due for an upgrade. The no.3 is a GREAT putter! I took it to the practice green at my course and put it through the paces. It just flat out does what I expect it to do. My lag putts were spot on and I was making more from close range. I really hope this is a sign than this next season will be a breakthrough year. Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
  14. I was playing the Bridgestone e6 but they changed them up on me and came out with two different models the e6soft and e6speed. So, they really forced my hand in finding which one I like and it turns out that they lost me instead. I tested all of the models from Vice, Snell MTBs, Cut, Srixon, Bridgestone, Kirkland, Callaway and of course Titleist (to include the 2019 prototypes). If you are interested, I added a write-up on the Cut models in one of the testing sections titled: Cut Golf Co. Ball Review (UN-official). Sent from my iPad using MyGolfSpy
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