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  1. I’m a 58-year-old golfer in training; just really started taking lessons and playing regularly a few years ago. Always in pursuit of a set of clubs that can help me to better execute on my skills and training. Love Wilson Staff Duo Soft golf balls, these irons could be the perfect match?! Hoping you’ll consider me for this testing. Thanks! Marty / North Brunswick, NJ 110 Tommy Armour Atomic Max
  2. Marty / North Brunswick, NJ Tommy Armour’s: All wedge, Pitching wedge, Sand wedge, Lob wedge 50 or 54 degree
  3. I can use ALL the help I can get, would love to participate . . . Location and Age - New Jersey, age 58 Current Driver SS - not sure, but around 80 - 90 Rate your fitness level: below average / average / above average - average Affirmation that you will see the entire program through - ABSOLUTELY!!! Would love to participate, and could really benefit from this!
  4. Does anyone have any first-hand knowledge of this MG Lightweight Cart bag: http://www.mggolf.com/offers/dine/ 14-way divider top with full-length dividers. Looks like a nice bag, but of course especially during these days need to buy without being able to touch and feel. Thanks!
  5. Any thoughts on these: Champkey IMPACTECH Hybrid Rubber Practice Golf Balls https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07Z5KRVP3/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_1?smid=A32OQ8QASIQ4OJ&psc=1 They are like the SKILLZ but a bit less expensive.
  6. Good morning, fellow Shelter-at-Homers: Going a bit stir crazy, weather here in NJ has been giving us a few good days to start playing for the season but of course all the courses are closed until further notice. With that, looking to at least start hitting balls in the backyard, but was wondering if you more experience folks have a preference of using the plastic "wiffle"-style bllas or the foam practice balls? Looking to buy from Amazon but way too many choices. As always, thanks for your advice . . . Marty
  7. Good morning, fellow Shelter-at-Homers: Going a bit stir crazy, weather here in NJ has been giving us a few good days to start playing for the season but of course all the courses are closed until further notice. With that, looking to at least start hitting balls in the backyard, but was wondering if you more experience folks have a preference of using the plastic "wiffle"-style bllas or the foam practice balls? Looking to buy from Amazon but way too many choices. As always, thanks for your advice . . . Marty
  8. The Kirklands are in stock in my local Costco's, have been for a while!
  9. Thanks, as always, for everyone's input. I guess I don't understand the differences/advantages of softer, lower compression golf balls vs. higher compression vs. tour, etc. I go by what I read as I don't know, so I really value everyone's opinions. Keep those comments coming . . . Marty!
  10. Thanks everyone for your opinions . . . YES, I lose A LOT of balls on the course and I try to buy what's on sale. In the past I've gotten great deals on the Callaway Supersofts and after having read about compression I tried those and they are OK (but everything at this stage for me is just "OK".) These Wilson Duo Soft Spin are on sale for $12.99 at Dick's, so I smell a sale and tend to lead from the wallet; not looking to buy if they are the "wrong" ball for me, whatever that means. Make sense? Thanks!
  11. Thanks to the hivemind on the irons forum, I got incredible feedback and advice that helped lead to m,y buying my first set of clubs (I'm a 58-yr-old beginner!) So now that that is done, could used some help choosing the right golf balls . . . I've tried a few different ones based on price and readings, and have been mainly playing the Callaway SuperSoft's (compression of 35). In getting ready to break in my new Tommy Armours, I thought to look at other comparable low compression golf balls, as I understand those are the "best" ones for beginners like myself with slow swing speed. I just found the Titleist DT TruSoft's and the Wilson Duo Soft Spin (with a compression of 40) which are both on sale at Dick's and got very favorable reviews. Since you folks have much more experience, thought to solicit your valuable opinions on what I should be playing this season? Thanks . . . Marty!
  12. Sorry, can't find what you are referring to. Can you please provide a link to the Tommy Armour Testing section?
  13. I'm in . . . please tell me more!
  14. Good morning All . . . Once again, thanks for your input to my decision process. Based on recommendation and cost, and the ability to actually get my hands on said club(s) to hit a bucket, I have opted to purchase the Tommy Armour Atomic MAX irons. I've read your feedback and researched all the ones you folks recommended, and the Atomic MAX faired best FOR ME. Again, I am an older beginner and I wanted a set of clubs that would be fairly forgiving and not break the bank at the moment. This set of irons includes the 4 - 9, PW, and AW, and with a Golf Galaxy discount promo applied to the overall cost, I was able to get a Tommy Armour Over N' Out Wedge for nearly $0.00, basically completing my iron set. Again, thanks for your input, and I anxiously await Spring in NJ to take these out to the links. Marty!
  15. If I can purchase the Cobra's and the TA's for the exact same price, is there a preference from the crowd? $250.00 is a good number for me, given all the post-XMAS discounts going around. And I am thinking the Atomic MAX as they seem to have more forgiveness.
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