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  • clichecliche Members Posts: 758 ✭✭



    Car =

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    No car at the moment, so whatever shoes I have on to walk to work, occasionally drive the wifes ride or take uber. The plan is to pick up a new 4x4 Tacoma TRD Sport sometime next year.





    Clubs

    10.5 Aeroburner TP Fujikura Speeder Pro XLR8

    14.5 X2 Hot 3 Deep Tour Green

    18* X2 Hot Pro Hybrid

    RSI TP 4-PW KBS Tour 120

    Byron Morgan DH89 Rincon Neck deep mill or Circa 62 No 2

    Vokey 52/56/60 SM5/TVDK/TVDVgrind DG S300










    Just picked it up Fri Night

    2018 Tacoma TRD Off Road Premium package 4x4



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    Part of the deal I negotiated i got the matte black TRD wheels thrown in. They're getting mounted up with some Toyo Open Country A/T's next week.

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    the car looks nice with the new wheels.

    but can you answer me the question, why does anyone who lives in an urban environment needs a car that big. not trying to offend you. i'm just curious. maybe i dont get it because i life in europe image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />
  • iteachgolfiteachgolf Members Posts: 16,601 ✭✭
    cliche wrote:




    Car =

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    No car at the moment, so whatever shoes I have on to walk to work, occasionally drive the wifes ride or take uber. The plan is to pick up a new 4x4 Tacoma TRD Sport sometime next year.





    Clubs

    10.5 Aeroburner TP Fujikura Speeder Pro XLR8

    14.5 X2 Hot 3 Deep Tour Green

    18* X2 Hot Pro Hybrid

    RSI TP 4-PW KBS Tour 120

    Byron Morgan DH89 Rincon Neck deep mill or Circa 62 No 2

    Vokey 52/56/60 SM5/TVDK/TVDVgrind DG S300










    Just picked it up Fri Night

    2018 Tacoma TRD Off Road Premium package 4x4



    DkbbjB0U4AA0YcQ.jpg

    DkbbjyeU0AAqB2T.jpg



    Part of the deal I negotiated i got the matte black TRD wheels thrown in. They're getting mounted up with some Toyo Open Country A/T's next week.

    DkSjZK2U4AED3LT.jpg


    the car looks nice with the new wheels.

    but can you answer me the question, why does anyone who lives in an urban environment needs a car that big. not trying to offend you. i'm just curious. maybe i dont get it because i life in europe image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />




    He takes out to the desert which he explained in his multiple other post
  • One_Putt_BlunderOne_Putt_Blunder Members Posts: 10,796 ✭✭
    cliche wrote:







    Just picked it up Fri Night

    2018 Tacoma TRD Off Road Premium package 4x4







    Part of the deal I negotiated i got the matte black TRD wheels thrown in. They're getting mounted up with some Toyo Open Country A/T's next week


    the car looks nice with the new wheels.

    but can you answer me the question, why does anyone who lives in an urban environment needs a car that big. not trying to offend you. i'm just curious. maybe i dont get it because i life in europe image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />




    Well Tacoma's are not that big in the pickup world. The reason I need it is most of the places I need to get to for my backcountry hiking and backpacking you are not able to get to with a sedan. Last thing this truck will be is a pavement princess. We have roughly 40 million acres of federal land in the state(not including tribal land) the vast majority of that is open to the public via national forests etc. Throw in state trust land and something like 70% of the state is public access. Were a large wide open state 114,000,000 Square miles compared to a country like Scotland which is 31,000,000 square miles. There are a lot of undeveloped wide open areas here to explore.

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    14.5 X2 Hot 3 Deep Tour Green
    18* X2 Hot Pro Hybrid
    RSI TP 4-PW KBS Tour 120
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    Vokey 52/56/60 SM5/TVDK/TVDVgrind DG S300
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  • cardoustiecardoustie haha, we don't play for 5's Members Posts: 11,652 ✭✭
    Tuned the 911 from 385 to to 440 hp ... and put the "targa" badging back on. Changed the "4S" from silver to black. 4S will go to red when I pull the orange wrap off inn a few years



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  • Payton1020Payton1020 Members Posts: 1,966 ✭✭
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  • ExTrumpetExTrumpet Members Posts: 462 ✭✭
    cardoustie wrote:


    Tuned the 911 from 385 to to 440 hp ... and put the "targa" badging back on. Changed the "4S" from silver to black. 4S will go to red when I pull the orange wrap off inn a few years







    I guess you have a locker...do clubs even fit in a 911? Sweet ride, btw!!
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  • tarheelsfan105tarheelsfan105 Members Posts: 60 ✭✭
    Great thread! Jeeps, trucks, cars are a big hobby of mine as well! I haven't gone through the entire thread yet. Any other jeepers up here?



    My clubs are: Cobra F6 irons, Old Cobra driver, and a SC putter...
  • Double DutchDouble Dutch Members Posts: 561 ✭✭
    My clubs are Callaway. My car is BMW 5 series.
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    Callaway Apex 3 hybrid
    Callaway Apex CF16 4-P
    Callaway MackDaddy 4 50& 56 W-grind
    Scotty Cameron Newport original
  • RobotDoctorRobotDoctor Senior Hacker ClubWRX Posts: 4,426 ClubWRX
    My irons are older and my car is paid off!!!



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    Ben Hogan '99 Apex Blades (3-PW) Nippon Modus Tour 120 stiff
    Miura 52* GW S-200
    Scratch Golf LW Nippon Modus Tour 120 stiff
    Byron Morgan Epic Day Long Pipe Copper plated
    BestGrips Augusta Microperf grips
  • MychMych Members Posts: 1,783 ✭✭


    My irons are older and my car is paid off!!!



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    I had a similar though in mind when I clicked on this thread.



    My clubs are 3 years old and my car is 5 years old, both are paid off. My kids are 11 and 13 years old, both far from paid off.
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  • RobotDoctorRobotDoctor Senior Hacker ClubWRX Posts: 4,426 ClubWRX
    Mych wrote:



    My irons are older and my car is paid off!!!



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    I had a similar though in mind when I clicked on this thread.



    My clubs are 3 years old and my car is 5 years old, both are paid off. My kids are 11 and 13 years old, both far from paid off.




    My youngest is 20 and I am working on paying her off. College is a terrific investment.
    Taylormade M3 (2018 tour head) 9.9 degree Graphite Design Tour AD DI 6S
    Titleist 906F2 15 degree Fujikura Pro 73 Tour Spec stiff
    Taylormade SLDR 2 Hybrid Graphite Design Tour AD DI-Hybrid 85 stiff
    Ben Hogan '99 Apex Blades (3-PW) Nippon Modus Tour 120 stiff
    Miura 52* GW S-200
    Scratch Golf LW Nippon Modus Tour 120 stiff
    Byron Morgan Epic Day Long Pipe Copper plated
    BestGrips Augusta Microperf grips
  • Nov_DeltaNov_Delta It's a lifestyle, not an addiction Members Posts: 119 ✭✭
    Clubs: Mostly PING with an SC putter (in sig)



    Car: daily driven '17 Subaru WRX Limited...... AWD.....turbo..... fun
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    PING Glide 52*, 56*, 60* Dot w/ Project X 6.0 (All bent 1* strong)
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  • USAF Retired E7USAF Retired E7 Finnish American Members Posts: 305 ✭✭
    PXG 0311 Irons through the Heroes program



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    M2 Driver, 16 Degree and 19 degree
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    Vokey 50 and 56
    Odyssey O Works #7, red
  • gsrjcgsrjc TOC Members Posts: 1,259 ✭✭
    Mizuno 900 forged. Taylormade M3 driver. Titleist 816 hybrids. Seek wedges. Bettinardi putter.



    Audi RS7
  • Texas1Texas1 Members Posts: 310 ✭✭
    RS7, great choice. Stupidly quick and look great 👍
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    Titleist 917F2 13.5 ATTAS6 6x
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  • RobNY22RobNY22 Members Posts: 405 ✭✭
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    VW Tiguan R Line



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  • SilverBulletsSilverBullets BMW Members Posts: 5,879 ✭✭
    ExTrumpet wrote:

    cardoustie wrote:


    Tuned the 911 from 385 to to 440 hp ... and put the "targa" badging back on. Changed the "4S" from silver to black. 4S will go to red when I pull the orange wrap off inn a few years







    I guess you have a locker...do clubs even fit in a 911? Sweet ride, btw!!




    You can fit 2 sets of clubs in a 911 easily. It's part of what makes the 911 such a great sports car for the road and for daily use. The front seats pop forward (think of how front seats work in a coupe and how they flip forward to get in the back seat) and the back seats flip down (most owners just leave the back seats flipped down because you can't fit a full sized human back there) and you can sit the clubs on top of the back seats between the rear window and the back seats. On the 997 Targa (which is what this picture is of) the back window actually opens like a hatchback so it makes it even easier to stow clubs.



    I have a 2014 Cayman S and even in that smaller, mid engine, no back seat, Porsche, I can fit 2 small stand bags in the back hatch. 1 set fits with absolutely no issue, 2 is a little bit more of a challenge. I typically use a Mackenzie bag so that makes it even easier.
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    Vokey SM6 50*, 54*, 58*
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  • SilverBulletsSilverBullets BMW Members Posts: 5,879 ✭✭
    RobNY22 wrote:


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    VW Tiguan R Line









    How do you like the new Tiguan? I have a '14 Touareg which I love and I'm bummed they stopped bringing it to the US. The Atlas is way too big for what I need (no kids) but I like having an SUV around for travel and as a daily vehicle. The smaller motor on the Tiguan concerns me. How does it drive? Does it have enough power for the size of it?
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    Taylormade '16 M2 15*
    Titleist 816h 21*
    Callaway Apex 4i thru PW - Nippon Modus 125 Tour X
    Vokey SM6 50*, 54*, 58*
    Scotty Cameron Circa 62 No. 2 - Scotty Custom Shop
  • gsrjcgsrjc TOC Members Posts: 1,259 ✭✭
    Texas1 wrote:


    RS7, great choice. Stupidly quick and look great 👍




    Thank you. Fully agree.



  • RobNY22RobNY22 Members Posts: 405 ✭✭
    RobNY22 wrote:


    PING



    VW Tiguan R Line









    How do you like the new Tiguan? I have a '14 Touareg which I love and I'm bummed they stopped bringing it to the US. The Atlas is way too big for what I need (no kids) but I like having an SUV around for travel and as a daily vehicle. The smaller motor on the Tiguan concerns me. How does it drive? Does it have enough power for the size of it?




    I love it! I’m bummed too about the Touareg and agree the Atlas is much too big. Did you see the new 2019 Touaregs overseas?? They look awesome.



    I don’t necessarily feel like the Tiguan is “underpowered”, but I wouldn’t mind a little bit more zip. It honestly feels like a Golf. It doesn’t feel too heavy and is a super comfortable ride. It also depends on the type of driver you are... I’m more of a laid back driver.
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  • SilverBulletsSilverBullets BMW Members Posts: 5,879 ✭✭
    RobNY22 wrote:

    RobNY22 wrote:


    PING



    VW Tiguan R Line









    How do you like the new Tiguan? I have a '14 Touareg which I love and I'm bummed they stopped bringing it to the US. The Atlas is way too big for what I need (no kids) but I like having an SUV around for travel and as a daily vehicle. The smaller motor on the Tiguan concerns me. How does it drive? Does it have enough power for the size of it?




    I love it! I’m bummed too about the Touareg and agree the Atlas is much too big. Did you see the new 2019 Touaregs overseas?? They look awesome.



    I don’t necessarily feel like the Tiguan is “underpowered”, but I wouldn’t mind a little bit more zip. It honestly feels like a Golf. It doesn’t feel too heavy and is a super comfortable ride. It also depends on the type of driver you are... I’m more of a laid back driver.




    Eh when I’m in the Touareg I’m a pretty laid back driver. However, I would probably be annoyed when driving to places like flagstaff and Sedona from Phoenix (which we do fairly often). The drive from Phoenix to Flag is like a 6000 ft elevation change in the span of 60 miles. It’s straight uphill the whole way. But either way I’m not really looking to change now. I would sign up for a 2019 Touareg just because it looks awesome hahaha



    I did see VW is configuring a US factory for a ‘5 seat mid sized atlas’ so there’s some smoke that they may bring the Touareg back stateside or may have a smaller variant of the Atlas.
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  • GolfChannelGolfChannel Orlando, FloridaMembers Posts: 1,649 ✭✭
    See sig for clubs



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  • i*windowsi*windows Members Posts: 2,138 ✭✭
    this is my new car, Volvo XC60 Inscription 2019 model. Just picked it up from the factory in Gothenberg



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  • One_Putt_BlunderOne_Putt_Blunder Members Posts: 10,796 ✭✭

    RobNY22 wrote:

    RobNY22 wrote:


    PING



    VW Tiguan R Line









    How do you like the new Tiguan? I have a '14 Touareg which I love and I'm bummed they stopped bringing it to the US. The Atlas is way too big for what I need (no kids) but I like having an SUV around for travel and as a daily vehicle. The smaller motor on the Tiguan concerns me. How does it drive? Does it have enough power for the size of it?




    I love it! I'm bummed too about the Touareg and agree the Atlas is much too big. Did you see the new 2019 Touaregs overseas?? They look awesome.



    I don't necessarily feel like the Tiguan is "underpowered", but I wouldn't mind a little bit more zip. It honestly feels like a Golf. It doesn't feel too heavy and is a super comfortable ride. It also depends on the type of driver you are... I'm more of a laid back driver.




    Eh when I'm in the Touareg I'm a pretty laid back driver. However, I would probably be annoyed when driving to places like flagstaff and Sedona from Phoenix (which we do fairly often). The drive from Phoenix to Flag is like a 6000 ft elevation change in the span of 60 miles. It's straight uphill the whole way. But either way I'm not really looking to change now. I would sign up for a 2019 Touareg just because it looks awesome hahaha



    I did see VW is configuring a US factory for a '5 seat mid sized atlas' so there's some smoke that they may bring the Touareg back stateside or may have a smaller variant of the Atlas.




    We got upgraded to a VW Atlas rental in Hawaii this summer, nice ride comfortable, decent power, surprisingly easy to drive around even in Waikiki the one night we went down there. It was much easier to drive and park than the land yacht Dodge Challenger we had on Maui. That thing even felt bigger to drive and harder to park than my Tacoma. I wanted to say the Atlas was a 5 seater but the rental agency may have just put the 3rd row down so we could fit the golf travel bags.
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  • ksher84ksher84 Members Posts: 8 ✭✭
    Clubs - Srixon 765 Irons, Cleveland RTX-3 Wedges, Callaway Driver

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  • GHIN n JuiceGHIN n Juice Wingpointe GC...Never Forgotten Members Posts: 1,669 ✭✭
    edited Nov 26, 2018 #927
    I love my wife, lol. We decided on a whim to combine Black Friday, small business Saturday and cyber Monday into a random purchase to fill the third spot in our garage. It’s our midlife crisis convertible.

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  • ShilgyShilgy Members Posts: 11,302 ✭✭


    RobNY22 wrote:

    RobNY22 wrote:


    PING



    VW Tiguan R Line









    How do you like the new Tiguan? I have a '14 Touareg which I love and I'm bummed they stopped bringing it to the US. The Atlas is way too big for what I need (no kids) but I like having an SUV around for travel and as a daily vehicle. The smaller motor on the Tiguan concerns me. How does it drive? Does it have enough power for the size of it?




    I love it! I'm bummed too about the Touareg and agree the Atlas is much too big. Did you see the new 2019 Touaregs overseas?? They look awesome.



    I don't necessarily feel like the Tiguan is "underpowered", but I wouldn't mind a little bit more zip. It honestly feels like a Golf. It doesn't feel too heavy and is a super comfortable ride. It also depends on the type of driver you are... I'm more of a laid back driver.




    Eh when I'm in the Touareg I'm a pretty laid back driver. However, I would probably be annoyed when driving to places like flagstaff and Sedona from Phoenix (which we do fairly often). The drive from Phoenix to Flag is like a 6000 ft elevation change in the span of 60 miles. It's straight uphill the whole way. But either way I'm not really looking to change now. I would sign up for a 2019 Touareg just because it looks awesome hahaha



    I did see VW is configuring a US factory for a '5 seat mid sized atlas' so there's some smoke that they may bring the Touareg back stateside or may have a smaller variant of the Atlas.




    We got upgraded to a VW Atlas rental in Hawaii this summer, nice ride comfortable, decent power, surprisingly easy to drive around even in Waikiki the one night we went down there. It was much easier to drive and park than the land yacht Dodge Challenger we had on Maui. That thing even felt bigger to drive and harder to park than my Tacoma. I wanted to say the Atlas was a 5 seater but the rental agency may have just put the 3rd row down so we could fit the golf travel bags.
    Why don't you guys get a Cayenne or Q7?
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  • Munich77Munich77 Members Posts: 290 ✭✭
    i*windows wrote:


    this is my new car, Volvo XC60 Inscription 2019 model. Just picked it up from the factory in Gothenberg



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    Nice choice - better than a Bayerischen Mist Wagen - I was born in Munich and am a former owner of one of said vehicles so I think I have earned the right to say that image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />.
  • cb24cb24 Members Posts: 1,689 ✭✭
    Srixon z965 irons and 2016 Honda Accord! I love sports cars but don’t want to deal with the maintenance costs or the original price tag. I do have a 350z which is pretty fun though
  • Mr. WolfeMr. Wolfe Members Posts: 464 ✭✭
    Just bought another toy.



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