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Great start jlukes! Can't wait to read all of these. I bought an ER5 that should be here Friday so I'll be busting out my Birdieball as well

 

 

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Great start jlukes! Can't wait to read all of these. I bought an ER5 that should be here Friday so I'll be busting out my Birdieball as well

 

 

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Thanks dude! I have mine set up right next to all of the new baby stuff in our living room. I might put ruts in the birdieball I'm going to be using it so much! Already have one round in the books with the ER2 in the bag and I'm itching to share my feedback with everyone.

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Really great stuff Joe. Fantastic photos as well. Camera phone or real camera? You set a high bar. I've got a little bit to finish on my Stagw 1 and will have it up tomorrow.

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Really great stuff Joe. Fantastic photos as well. Camera phone or real camera? You set a high bar. I've got a little bit to finish on my Stagw 1 and will have it up tomorrow.

Thanks dude! Canon dslr! I actually just got a flash so future pics should be even better
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Great Stage 1 jlukes! Envious of that putter, love the squareback style head.

 

Can't wait to read Stage 2.

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Dayuuummmmm Joe, you're pretty darn good with your pre review comments. Looking forward to following along for the rest of the ride

 

 

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Really appreciate the feedback everyone! Doing my best to take these reviews to the highest level possible

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Great start guys! I can't wait to see how they perform. As someone who's been searching for the "right putter" for the last 20 years or so, I'm definitely intrigued by this one.

 

 

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Awesome CG2, putter look great!!

 

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Thanks 808...appreciate that.  I'll have a lot more pics during the Stage 2 review. 

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Great job on Stage One Foz and Hula.  I'm envious of both of you for your locale..ha    Foz that's quite some history, and I too miss the Clickity Clack of the spikes on the concrete as I walked from the clubhouse to the first tee!!

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Rob very interesting biography of your golfing career and looking forward to your time on the course with your ER5.  I'll be following your review closely as I'm a mallet man myself so this should be quite entertaining.  Well done buddy.

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Rob very interesting biography of your golfing career and looking forward to your time on the course with your ER5. I'll be following your review closely as I'm a mallet man myself so this should be quite entertaining. Well done buddy.

Thanks Bill and Thanks for bit calling me Bob. Ha

 

It's definitely been an interesting journey and frustrating as well.

 

What i neglected to add was I was also the 6th man on a 5 man High School team. true enough, I got to practice with the team bit never played

 

 

 

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Great job on Stage One Foz and Hula. I'm envious of both of you for your locale..ha Foz that's quite some history, and I too miss the Clickity Clack of the spikes on the concrete as I walked from the clubhouse to the first tee!!

 

Thanks "kakalaki" "Bob". You have pretty interesting story yoirself! I'm interested in your thoughts on the EVNroll.

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Thanks "kakalaki" "Bob". You have pretty interesting story yoirself! I'm interested in your thoughts on the EVNroll.

I've been called a lot of things over the years. Not sure intersting was ever one of the, But thanks!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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