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  • Birthday 10/10/1883

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  1. Go! Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  2. Looking for this bag in white or black. Preferably new but used in good condition would be ok. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
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  4. Just got back from our Arcadia Bluffs / Forest Dunes trip and thought I’d share this quick video I made as its was truly 1st class from start to finish starting with such great hospitality and pure beauty. Hope you enjoy https://drive.google.com/file/d/1h_oT_ie29UIvqYLNARn1gSiGynVCzIVG/view?usp=drive_web&usp=embed_facebook&usp=embed_facebook Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. Haven’t road tripped it from your whereabouts but I’ve played quite a few in SC. The Ocean course is of course just special, but the one i enjoyed the most (and that’s from looking at all aspects) still stands with Heritage Golf Club. And again, I’ve played quite a few times in SC and like to think I have a very good sense and taste as to what separates raw beauty and experience from your other top notch courses. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  6. PM is for sure my go too but couple others that are not far behind. Stitch Golf Dunning (hands down best golf shorts) Strait Down Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  7. Currently and have been loaded with the EvenFlow Hzrd Black on my M6 driver for the past two years and absolutely love it.. I haven't experienced that much of a variety in Driver shafts over my years as I was always comfortable with the stock ones that came with them, however the performance is and was noticeable the minute i got fitted and took it to the course.
  8. Appreciate the detail and thought put into your response.. Bottom line is that I just need to educate myself more on shafts.. Right now I choke down on my 4 and 5 pretty much every single shot. A buddy of mine just got fitted for his irons, which I would normally just do but given the current climate we are in, its just not possible. Any who, I loved the short length he had on his longer clubs. Felt I had way more control of my shot like I do on my 7-9. I wouldn't make my 4 & 5 any shorter than my 6 as I would keep them at length or longer than any other iron in my bag. Really just want 1/2-1 inch knocked off. I also have read a lot on these particular Nippon shafts and the feedback appears to be tremendous in turns of feel, control, and accuracy. Right now it's just the stock KBS max 85 R which just like anything stock, don't really offer that much up. Could also just say screw and buy a new set of irons but I love my M4's and have kept them in great condition so don't feel the need to part ways yet. Brock
  9. Hey Guys, Bout ready to swap in a new set of shafts on my TM M4's and was going to install them myself however had a couple of questions hopefully some of you can help answer before I get to work.. Shafts I'd be installing are the Nippon N.S. Prod Modus 3 Tour 120 .370 Tip Iron Shafts. 1. Want to shorten the length of both my 4 and 5 iron's to what currently is the stand length on my 8 however is it better to buy the longer 4&5 iron shaft and trim it or can I simply put an 8 iron shaft on my 4 and 5? 2. When installing the new shafts, is there anything I need to make sure of when installing them in terms of the spine and alignment of the shaft? PUREing each individual iron gets quite pricey but I may bite the bullet unless I can avoid it.. Any suggestions and/or tips would be appreciated. Thanks
  10. I basically flip them when I want a new one so the most I'm ever holding is two bags at once.. Given the condition of the bag being fairly new when being sold, I don't take to much of a ding in terms of $.. - Sincerely The Bag Ho
  11. Sup my fellow Spy's, Ok, so I think I have a problem in that I can't hold on to a golf bag for longer than 2-3 months without wanting to buy a new one. I intertwined 7 bags last season as I don't know what it is, but I love changing it up. I'm getting the itch again and while I won't part ways with the one I have at the moment (Taylormade Litetech 3.0 Navy and Blood Orange), I'm curious to know if there are others out there like me or am I out on this island by myself? What should my new shoulder candy be? Have always been a PING guy at heart, but the color coordination these past two Hoofer seasons have been god awful. Great bags, but Green/Grey? Really? Here's a list of my bags from last season in order from Favorite to Never Even Saw the course.. 1. Ping LTD Mascot Stand Bag (White/black trim) - Should have never let you go... 2. Taylormade Litetech 3.0 (Navy/Orange) - Current bag and loving it for now :0 3. Ping LTD Mascot Stand Bag (Black/White Trim) - Stunning 4. Ping Hoofer 2019 Camo - Loved but Camo got old quick. 5. Titleist Players 4 Dry Stand Bag (White/Black/Red) - Great bag but Titleist Bag material just doesn't hold up well IMO 6. Taylormade 2019 Flextech Golf Stand Bag (Blood Orange/Navy) - Just wasn't a fan and I still can't put my finger on it. 7. Callaway HyperLite Zero (Red/White) - Started distancing myself from Callaway clubs couple years ago and this was the last bag I will own from them. My next one may surprise you as even I can't believe I may pull the trigger on the new Bridgestone Lightweight Stand Bag in all white and red! Thing is gorgeous. Thanks for listening guys and maybe there's another bag freak out there like me.. Later
  12. Simple. I just love new irons. Nothing better than looking down at a new iron in my hand. Surprisingly it helps me more mentally than with actual forgiveness. Nobody works on their mental game anymore yet it reflects 80% of your golf score.
  13. Pound ridge is in CT but only like 45 min drive from queens. For sure play. Harbor Links is closer but their fun plays and worth it.
  14. Love PINGs but TM M4’s are still my go too...
  15. Can’t go wrong with both the black and the red. I actually fancy the red over the black and that’s just from a pure beauty stand point. Montauk Downs is a great course and if you can make it up north just a bit, Pete Dye’s Pound Ridge is beautiful and for sure challenging. Also check out the championship course at Harbor Links.
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