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Good to know Rev I alway thought it was a chili Dip regardless of club

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Good to know Rev I alway thought it was a chili Dip regardless of club

 

You do realize I was kidding - who cares what it's called it sucks.

 

When you don't often swear you have to color up the rest of your on course vocabularly for emphasis. ;)

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You do realize I was kidding - who cares what it's called it sucks.

 

When you don't often swear you have to color up the rest of your on course vocabularly for emphasis. ;)

Haha ya I get it now! Well done rev!

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Driver- Taylormade SLDR 12* (Speeder 7.2vc tour spec S)

3 Wood- Taylormade R11(bimatrix prototype S)

3 Hybrid- Ping I20(stock S)

Irons-Taylormade Tour Perferred MC ( C Taper S)

Wedges- 50, 54, and 58 SCOR4161( KBS)

Putter-Taylormade Ghost Corza.

 

All Left Handed!

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Okay I hate to jump in here but isn't the correct term for chili dipping a fairway wood a drop kick? That's what I've always called it - its a chili dip when it's a chip/pitch, a chunk when its a full iron and a drop kick when it's a wood. That's how it was when I lived in CT, in Indiana and also here in Florida as well.

 

I'm not sure of the termonology for a hybrid - I go with chunk because I use hybrids to replace irons - I think you go with drop kick if you use them to replace fairway woods. :) :) :)

Drop kick if the ball still goes futher than 125 chili dip if you lay the sod over completly AHAHA

 

I agree with your principles but regardless it does SUCK BUTT!

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