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  • AThompson_3AThompson_3  1452WRX Points: 129Members Posts: 1,452 Platinum Tees
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    jacobEDGE wrote:


    Sometimes I feel like I'm the only person who doesn't even think about shoes being waterproof. Like, that thought never once crosses my mind when looking at shoes.




    IMHO, waterproof means hot, then again, most of my summer rounds are done with TEVA sandals.
    Don’t play in the early morning or anything more than a 10% chance of rain huh? Waterproofing is one of the things that I need the most out of a golf shoes besides traction. Waterproof doesn’t mean hot. Waterproof means dry. Nothing worse then walking down the first fairway in the morning and your socks getting wet from the dew splashing up.
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    Driver: Callaway Epic SZ 9* Fujikura Atmos Tour Spec Black 6X
    3 Wood: Titleist 917 F2 15* Diamana D+ 70X
    Hybrid: Titleist 818 H2 19* Fujikura Atmos HB Tour Spec Black 9X
    Irons: Mizuno MP-25 4-P DGTI X100
    Wedges: Vokey SM7 50F, 55S, 60M Project X 6.5
    Putter(s): Odyssey O Works 7s Black, Bettinardi BB1F
    Ball: Titleist Pro V1
    Bag: Sun Mountain Four-5
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    jacobEDGE wrote:


    Sometimes I feel like I'm the only person who doesn't even think about shoes being waterproof. Like, that thought never once crosses my mind when looking at shoes.




    IMHO, waterproof means hot, then again, most of my summer rounds are done with TEVA sandals.
    Don't play in the early morning or anything more than a 10% chance of rain huh? Waterproofing is one of the things that I need the most out of a golf shoes besides traction. Waterproof doesn't mean hot. Waterproof means dry. Nothing worse then walking down the first fairway in the morning and your socks getting wet from the dew splashing up.
    If it rains, you go home, unless you like lightening. Not much dew here either.
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    jacobEDGE wrote:


    Sometimes I feel like I'm the only person who doesn't even think about shoes being waterproof. Like, that thought never once crosses my mind when looking at shoes.




    IMHO, waterproof means hot, then again, most of my summer rounds are done with TEVA sandals.
    Don't play in the early morning or anything more than a 10% chance of rain huh? Waterproofing is one of the things that I need the most out of a golf shoes besides traction. Waterproof doesn't mean hot. Waterproof means dry. Nothing worse then walking down the first fairway in the morning and your socks getting wet from the dew splashing up.
    If it rains, you go home, unless you like lightening. Not much dew here either.
    Lightning and rain don’t always come together. If it rains you keep playing until it lightnings or it becomes a torrential downpour and you have standing water on the course. How do you not have dew? Dew is everywhere in early mornings in the middle of summer.
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    Driver: Callaway Epic SZ 9* Fujikura Atmos Tour Spec Black 6X
    3 Wood: Titleist 917 F2 15* Diamana D+ 70X
    Hybrid: Titleist 818 H2 19* Fujikura Atmos HB Tour Spec Black 9X
    Irons: Mizuno MP-25 4-P DGTI X100
    Wedges: Vokey SM7 50F, 55S, 60M Project X 6.5
    Putter(s): Odyssey O Works 7s Black, Bettinardi BB1F
    Ball: Titleist Pro V1
    Bag: Sun Mountain Four-5
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    jacobEDGE wrote:


    Sometimes I feel like I'm the only person who doesn't even think about shoes being waterproof. Like, that thought never once crosses my mind when looking at shoes.




    IMHO, waterproof means hot, then again, most of my summer rounds are done with TEVA sandals.
    Don't play in the early morning or anything more than a 10% chance of rain huh? Waterproofing is one of the things that I need the most out of a golf shoes besides traction. Waterproof doesn't mean hot. Waterproof means dry. Nothing worse then walking down the first fairway in the morning and your socks getting wet from the dew splashing up.
    If it rains, you go home, unless you like lightening. Not much dew here either.
    Lightning and rain don't always come together. If it rains you keep playing until it lightnings or it becomes a torrential downpour and you have standing water on the course. How do you not have dew? Dew is everywhere in early mornings in the middle of summer.


    Different climate.
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  • AThompson_3AThompson_3  1452WRX Points: 129Members Posts: 1,452 Platinum Tees
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    Lightning and rain don't always come together. If it rains you keep playing until it lightnings or it becomes a torrential downpour and you have standing water on the course. How do you not have dew? Dew is everywhere in early mornings in the middle of summer.


    Different climate.
    Where the **** are you playing where it never rains, you have no dew, but it’s warm enough to wear Teva sandals in the summer?
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    Driver: Callaway Epic SZ 9* Fujikura Atmos Tour Spec Black 6X
    3 Wood: Titleist 917 F2 15* Diamana D+ 70X
    Hybrid: Titleist 818 H2 19* Fujikura Atmos HB Tour Spec Black 9X
    Irons: Mizuno MP-25 4-P DGTI X100
    Wedges: Vokey SM7 50F, 55S, 60M Project X 6.5
    Putter(s): Odyssey O Works 7s Black, Bettinardi BB1F
    Ball: Titleist Pro V1
    Bag: Sun Mountain Four-5
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    Chief275 wrote:


    https://m.adidas.com...oes/F33629.html



    First I've heard about these was today on Golf Digest' instagram story. Anyone have any feedback on these? They look super comfy but I wonder about the stability.


    My feed back:



    One of the best fitting golf shoes I've ever worn. Also insanely uncomfortable because the tongue is a part of the shoe and I got massive lace bite because of this. Wanted to love them, but I couldn't.
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    D - Epic SZ | Tour Z Xtreme 465
    3w - '16 Tour Issue M1 (16.5*) | Diamana B 70
    5w - '17 M1 | Tensei Pro Blue 70
    4h - 818H1 | Tensei Pro White 90
    Irons - P760 5-PW | Modus 120
    GW - Glide 3.0 50/12 | S400 Tour Issue
    SW - Glide 3.0 54/12| S400 Tour Issue
    LW - Glide 3.0 58/10 | S400 Tour Issue
    P - Odyssey Big 7 Arm Lock or Custom EVNROLL ER5
    Ball - Bridgestone BXS



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  • I_HATE_SNOWI_HATE_SNOW  3427WRX Points: 226Members Posts: 3,427 Titanium Tees
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    Lightning and rain don't always come together. If it rains you keep playing until it lightnings or it becomes a torrential downpour and you have standing water on the course. How do you not have dew? Dew is everywhere in early mornings in the middle of summer.


    Different climate.
    Where the **** are you playing where it never rains, you have no dew, but it's warm enough to wear Teva sandals in the summer?


    Colorado and western Nebraska. Low humidity in the summer.
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