A Euro Tour player bag unlike any other

golfnhackgolfnhack Members Posts: 2,533 ✭✭
Aaron Rai's bag. Good for him, and representing those of use who use iron head covers. Will be rooting for him this week.



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  • matt70286matt70286 Members Posts: 364 ✭✭
    He should have to pay his caddie more than the standard 10% of earnings for that.
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  • Swisstrader98Swisstrader98 Members Posts: 3,521 ✭✭
    And is that a ball retriever and one of those little scrub brushes for your irons i see attached on his bag as well?



    I’m betting against him after seeing those headcovers.
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    Caddie - walks up to Pro on the range w/ his golf bag.

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    Pro- “Just put em on, i didnʻt read the small print.”

    Caddie-“Thanks TM, sheesh.”

  • radimanradiman Members Posts: 4,680 ✭✭


    And is that a ball retriever and one of those little scrub brushes for your irons i see attached on his bag as well?



    I’m betting against him after seeing those headcovers.




    Is the brush in the same league as iron covers and ball retrievers now?
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  • Swisstrader98Swisstrader98 Members Posts: 3,521 ✭✭
    radiman wrote:



    And is that a ball retriever and one of those little scrub brushes for your irons i see attached on his bag as well?



    I’m betting against him after seeing those headcovers.




    Is the brush in the same league as iron covers and ball retrievers now?




    Most definitely.



    One of those “you know you’re in for a long day” sorts of things when you see a guy with one. Played with a guy a few wks ago who cleaned his irons with that little wire brush after EVERY shot.



    Then proceeded to shoot about 105🤪
  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,917 ✭✭
    edited Nov 24, 2018 #8
    Don’t forget the pushcart with a seat on it. The 4 wheeled models are starting to pop up. He can have a sit and wire brush his clubs then let them dry while looking for balls in the ponds before slipping his head covers back on.
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  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,917 ✭✭
    edited Nov 24, 2018 #9
    I mean you’re on staff. You get free sticks. Who worries about chatter ???
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  • radimanradiman Members Posts: 4,680 ✭✭
    edited Nov 24, 2018 #10

    radiman wrote:



    And is that a ball retriever and one of those little scrub brushes for your irons i see attached on his bag as well?



    I’m betting against him after seeing those headcovers.




    Is the brush in the same league as iron covers and ball retrievers now?




    Most definitely.



    One of those “you know you’re in for a long day” sorts of things when you see a guy with one. Played with a guy a few wks ago who cleaned his irons with that little wire brush after EVERY shot.



    Then proceeded to shoot about 105🤪




    Lol, that is news to me. But, if you don't have one, how do you clean your irons/wedges during a round?



    Would seem more difficult to dig dirt out of the grooves with a tee that doesn't fit wouldn't it?



    I admittedly use one. Always have. Everyone I know does. This is the first I've heard it mentioned in the same e breath as a ball retriever. Seems too convenient to get the sand, dirt, and grass out of the grooves with a couple swipes.
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  • getair23getair23 Members Posts: 1,957 ✭✭
    I hope they are on the wrong irons to throw off his playing partners.
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  • MudguardMudguard Members Posts: 1,265 ✭✭


    Don't forget the pushcart with a seat on it. The 4 wheeled models are starting to pop up. He can have a sit and wire brush his clubs then let them dry while looking for balls in the ponds before slipping his head covers back on.


    Hey, I had a seat on my Clicgear, before I got my electric trundler. The irony was I never got to use the seat because we are always first or second off, so there was no opportunity to sit.

    The five hour club champ rounds on the other hand, bliss...
  • elwhippyelwhippy Members Posts: 3,121 ✭✭
    He has brought shame to the nation. His caddie should have stern words.
  • IHFNIHFN Members Posts: 1,786 ✭✭
    Yeah, I didn't realize that having clean clubs wasn't cool these days. It still amazes me how many people don't realize that it's not golf balls that wear down grooves. It's the dirt in between the club and the ball that causes wear.
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  • radimanradiman Members Posts: 4,680 ✭✭
    IHFN wrote:


    Yeah, I didn't realize that having clean clubs wasn't cool these days. It still amazes me how many people don't realize that it's not golf balls that wear down grooves. It's the dirt in between the club and the ball that causes wear.




    I couldn't imagine what a wedge would look like after an entire round without cleaning it. Would there be any visible grooves, or would they be covered in dirt?
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  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,917 ✭✭
    radiman wrote:


    radiman wrote:



    And is that a ball retriever and one of those little scrub brushes for your irons i see attached on his bag as well?



    I’m betting against him after seeing those headcovers.




    Is the brush in the same league as iron covers and ball retrievers now?




    Most definitely.



    One of those “you know you’re in for a long day” sorts of things when you see a guy with one. Played with a guy a few wks ago who cleaned his irons with that little wire brush after EVERY shot.



    Then proceeded to shoot about 105🤪




    Lol, that is news to me. But, if you don't have one, how do you clean your irons/wedges during a round?



    Would seem more difficult to dig dirt out of the grooves with a tee that doesn't fit wouldn't it?



    I admittedly use one. Always have. Everyone I know does. This is the first I've heard it mentioned in the same e breath as a ball retriever. Seems too convenient to get the sand, dirt, and grass out of the grooves with a couple swipes.




    One wet towel and one dry. Super quick. Super easy to do. Same as caddies on tv. Never seen one with a brush.



    But was just giving you guys a hard time. The brush is just a brush. Now ball retrievers and head covers. You know you’re in for a long round. Takes a while to polish each club enough between shanks to be able to put the covers back on. Can’t put them back on dirty.

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  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,917 ✭✭
    edited Nov 24, 2018 #17
    radiman wrote:

    IHFN wrote:


    Yeah, I didn't realize that having clean clubs wasn't cool these days. It still amazes me how many people don't realize that it's not golf balls that wear down grooves. It's the dirt in between the club and the ball that causes wear.




    I couldn't imagine what a wedge would look like after an entire round without cleaning it. Would there be any visible grooves, or would they be covered in dirt?




    Now true story. I usually don’t clean my sand and lob wedge grooves. Helps control spin . Sometimes so caked I have to wet it first to loosen the dirt up. Lol.

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  • IHFNIHFN Members Posts: 1,786 ✭✭

    radiman wrote:

    IHFN wrote:


    Yeah, I didn't realize that having clean clubs wasn't cool these days. It still amazes me how many people don't realize that it's not golf balls that wear down grooves. It's the dirt in between the club and the ball that causes wear.




    I couldn't imagine what a wedge would look like after an entire round without cleaning it. Would there be any visible grooves, or would they be covered in dirt?




    Now true story. I usually don't clean my sand and lob wedge grooves. Helps control spin . Sometimes so caked I have to wet it first to loosen the dirt up. Lol.

    Tools not jewels.




    I'll admit that when I played a course with soft greens I purposely left the dirt in the grooves. I'd clean off the face still though. I was just trying to keep the spin down. So I get that part of it...
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  • radimanradiman Members Posts: 4,680 ✭✭

    radiman wrote:


    radiman wrote:



    And is that a ball retriever and one of those little scrub brushes for your irons i see attached on his bag as well?



    I’m betting against him after seeing those headcovers.




    Is the brush in the same league as iron covers and ball retrievers now?




    Most definitely.



    One of those “you know you’re in for a long day” sorts of things when you see a guy with one. Played with a guy a few wks ago who cleaned his irons with that little wire brush after EVERY shot.



    Then proceeded to shoot about 105🤪




    Lol, that is news to me. But, if you don't have one, how do you clean your irons/wedges during a round?



    Would seem more difficult to dig dirt out of the grooves with a tee that doesn't fit wouldn't it?



    I admittedly use one. Always have. Everyone I know does. This is the first I've heard it mentioned in the same e breath as a ball retriever. Seems too convenient to get the sand, dirt, and grass out of the grooves with a couple swipes.




    One wet towel and one dry. Super quick. Super easy to do. Same as caddies on tv. Never seen one with a brush.



    But was just giving you guys a hard time. The brush is just a brush. Now ball retrievers and head covers. You know you’re in for a long round. Takes a while to polish each club enough between shanks to be able to put the covers back on. Can’t put them back on dirty.




    I've tried that route, but found it difficult to keep the towel wet for 4 hours. When it's hot out anyways.
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  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,917 ✭✭
    Yes. True. Usually requires a couple re applications at the water Cooler stations.
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  • radimanradiman Members Posts: 4,680 ✭✭


    Yes. True. Usually requires a couple re applications at the water Cooler stations.




    To be honest, I never really thought about leaving the grooves filled with dirt as a way to control spin. Not a bad idea. I'm an alright player. But, I lack the skill (and time to develop the skill) to control my spin consistently with my contact/attack angle. I can add spin, but seem to turn a great shot into a 20+ foot putt at the worst times.
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  • OldTomMorrisOldTomMorris Edinburgh, ScotlandMembers Posts: 2,256 ✭✭
    He wears two gloves as well. Very quirky but he can play.
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  • Golfer4LifeGolfer4Life “Don’t bother me with your pettiness” Lake Placid, N.Y. Whiteface G.C.ClubWRX Posts: 2,326 ✭✭
    edited Nov 24, 2018 #23
    Hahahahaha, boy there’s a lot of s*** talking going on, lol.....



    But I’m sure you guys are just as good, hahahahaha! Right! Thanks for the laughs!
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  • MitchellMitchell Members Posts: 5,475 ✭✭

    radiman wrote:

    IHFN wrote:


    Yeah, I didn't realize that having clean clubs wasn't cool these days. It still amazes me how many people don't realize that it's not golf balls that wear down grooves. It's the dirt in between the club and the ball that causes wear.




    I couldn't imagine what a wedge would look like after an entire round without cleaning it. Would there be any visible grooves, or would they be covered in dirt?




    Now true story. I usually don’t clean my sand and lob wedge grooves. Helps control spin . Sometimes so caked I have to wet it first to loosen the dirt up. Lol.

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    Wish I didn't know this about wedges once owned 🙊 😂
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  • GSDriverGSDriver Members Posts: 598 ✭✭

    radiman wrote:



    And is that a ball retriever and one of those little scrub brushes for your irons i see attached on his bag as well?



    I'm betting against him after seeing those headcovers.




    Is the brush in the same league as iron covers and ball retrievers now?




    Most definitely.



    One of those "you know you're in for a long day" sorts of things when you see a guy with one. Played with a guy a few wks ago who cleaned his irons with that little wire brush after EVERY shot.



    Then proceeded to shoot about 105��




    I have a brush, clean my irons after every shot, takes less time than most people whine over their poorly struck shots....I break 80 pretty much all the time, must be cuz my grooves are clean.
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  • MattyO1984MattyO1984 Members Posts: 4,818 ✭✭
    Iron covers and two gloves...not loving this guy, I have got to admit.
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  • bladehunterbladehunter Today was a good day.... Members Posts: 25,917 ✭✭
    Mitchell wrote:


    radiman wrote:

    IHFN wrote:


    Yeah, I didn't realize that having clean clubs wasn't cool these days. It still amazes me how many people don't realize that it's not golf balls that wear down grooves. It's the dirt in between the club and the ball that causes wear.




    I couldn't imagine what a wedge would look like after an entire round without cleaning it. Would there be any visible grooves, or would they be covered in dirt?




    Now true story. I usually don’t clean my sand and lob wedge grooves. Helps control spin . Sometimes so caked I have to wet it first to loosen the dirt up. Lol.

    Tools not jewels.


    Wish I didn't know this about wedges once owned 🙊 😂




    Lol. I exaggerate as you know.



    But if I’m hitting a lot of wedges it does add up. Definitely not a club polisher mid round.
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  • the bishopthe bishop Members Posts: 3,232 ✭✭
    radiman wrote:


    radiman wrote:



    And is that a ball retriever and one of those little scrub brushes for your irons i see attached on his bag as well?



    I'm betting against him after seeing those headcovers.




    Is the brush in the same league as iron covers and ball retrievers now?




    Most definitely.



    One of those "you know you're in for a long day" sorts of things when you see a guy with one. Played with a guy a few wks ago who cleaned his irons with that little wire brush after EVERY shot.



    Then proceeded to shoot about 105��




    Lol, that is news to me. But, if you don't have one, how do you clean your irons/wedges during a round?



    Would seem more difficult to dig dirt out of the grooves with a tee that doesn't fit wouldn't it?



    I admittedly use one. Always have. Everyone I know does. This is the first I've heard it mentioned in the same e breath as a ball retriever. Seems too convenient to get the sand, dirt, and grass out of the grooves with a couple swipes.


    Same here. A quick swipe with the brush followed by a wipe with my wet towel takes only a few seconds after a shot. The alternative would be to use a tee which takes longer or not do it at all, which is not an option for me.
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  • Gary GutfulGary Gutful Members Posts: 1,170 ✭✭
    Anyone else lick their grooves clean?
  • dropkickeddropkicked TorontoMembers Posts: 493 ✭✭
    GSDriver wrote:


    radiman wrote:



    And is that a ball retriever and one of those little scrub brushes for your irons i see attached on his bag as well?



    I'm betting against him after seeing those headcovers.




    Is the brush in the same league as iron covers and ball retrievers now?




    Most definitely.



    One of those "you know you're in for a long day" sorts of things when you see a guy with one. Played with a guy a few wks ago who cleaned his irons with that little wire brush after EVERY shot.



    Then proceeded to shoot about 105��




    I have a brush, clean my irons after every shot, takes less time than most people whine over their poorly struck shots....I break 80 pretty much all the time, must be cuz my grooves are clean.
    I would agree 1000%. My ocd, doesn't allow dirty clubs back in the bag... I actually have a small flip-top, bottle with some soapy water that I use to spray the head then brush, then wipe with MF Towel.. 15 Sec tops..

    Meanwhile players who have 2 min pre-shot routines never even notice.. lol
  • Swisstrader98Swisstrader98 Members Posts: 3,521 ✭✭
    dropkicked wrote:

    GSDriver wrote:


    radiman wrote:



    And is that a ball retriever and one of those little scrub brushes for your irons i see attached on his bag as well?



    I'm betting against him after seeing those headcovers.




    Is the brush in the same league as iron covers and ball retrievers now?




    Most definitely.



    One of those "you know you're in for a long day" sorts of things when you see a guy with one. Played with a guy a few wks ago who cleaned his irons with that little wire brush after EVERY shot.



    Then proceeded to shoot about 105��




    I have a brush, clean my irons after every shot, takes less time than most people whine over their poorly struck shots....I break 80 pretty much all the time, must be cuz my grooves are clean.
    I would agree 1000%. My ocd, doesn't allow dirty clubs back in the bag... I actually have a small flip-top, bottle with some soapy water that I use to spray the head then brush, then wipe with MF Towel.. 15 Sec tops..

    Meanwhile players who have 2 min pre-shot routines never even notice.. lol




    So if I understand you correctly, you have a 3 step process after you hit each club: 1) spray club head,2) scrub club head with brush and 3) dry clubhead with towel. WHEW!!



    You say it’s only 15 seconds per club, but multiply that times 90 shots and you’ve just added another 25-30 mins to everyone’s round. Then everyone else in your foursome starts doing the same and you’ve got a complete cluster F.



    No offense, but the guys in my group wouldn’t stand for that, nor would most golfers.



    We have a guy in our group that started to use the little brush bucket at the side of the cart to clean his clubs after EVERY shot and then that morphed into a process of hit, scrub, dry etc after every shot. There is simply no need to clean a club after each and every shot and to that level.



    There’s a reason processional caddies simply carry a towel. One side wet, one side dry. Looks professional and it works.
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