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Tomkgolf

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About Tomkgolf

  • Birthday 10/03/2003

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  • Location
    Ireland
  • Interests
    Golf, golf and maybe golf
  • Handicap:
    22

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  1. @CarlH I agree with that. It's the same as a driver or iron head, they are all different but are they possibly overlooked as not being important
  2. @PlaidJacket the flexes are extra stiff (X), stiff (S), regular (R), senior (A) and ladies (L) as far as I know but if you're hitting it well does it really matter?
  3. I was previously playing with a taylormade R15 driver 10.5° for which I was hitting terrible 90% of the time(hooks, slices and short) . This was before I realised what shaft flex it was so when I checked the shaft I realised it was a L flex. I was able to trade it in for a stiff flex Titleist 915 D2 driver and this sorted my problems out. What flex shaft do you use? Do other shafts mess your tee shots up? Let me know
  4. I used to do this often but recently stopped and just place the ball writing down. Previously I would line the ball of and then once I stood up it looked like it was going 2 cups to the side of the hole on a straight putt so it kind of messed with me a bit
  5. To be honest I don't have too much of a budget so I will just use whatever ball I find in the ditch while looking for my ball. I was very impressed with the TP5 ball but any decent ball does the job for me
  6. Well I don't know how to begin but hope to get to know a few of you. This is my 3rd year playing golf. Started with a few of my friends for the craic and the fun but then I fell in love. Handicap of 22 Golf is just the perfect sport. You get out what you put in. I am always striving to get better, I enjoy the practice but never feel satisfied. When I got my first par I was happy but then wanted a birdie, then wanted an Eagle (which I got about 2 months back- 9 iron from about 120 yards on a par 5) and now I thrive for a hole in one. Once I feel like I have the game beat, when
  7. Tom/Ireland 22 I have used a straight back straight through board to help with bringing the putter along its natural path and striking it in the middle. This was great to get the feel of a good putting stroke before going out to play. This would be an interesting aid to test and would love to give some feedback on it for you guys.
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