Always appreciate looking at this thread, agree with others, when I see there's a new posting I'm clicking on it. Pictures are great, I tend to forget all to often to take photos when I'm playing!
Par 5 6th(?), total risk and reward on the 2nd, I laid up to 95 and airmailed a wedge over the back and 3-putted for double. Ugh.
Courses were too wet to play on today, but I did get to hit 2 buckets of balls at the range to experiment, in between watching the Ryder Cup. Still really digging these irons, even the 3-iron has me wondering if I might be able to find a spot for it.
Mini shootout between these 2, both fantastic clubs.
I'm liking the M2 a lot, which has a Rogue SIlver 70X in it, tipped 0.5" and playing at 43". The BB 816 looks better and feels better, but isn't consistent at all. The BB is off the rack with the Rogue I/O 70, so it's a longer shaft, in S flex, and probably untipped. Choking down with the BB did make a difference, but the shaft still feels loose. However, at 16* the BB is as long as the M2, so there's a lot of potential there.
Also trying an 18* Apex hybrid with stock Kuro Kage in S flex, but as long as it was, it was more wild than the BB. Either going to dump it or reshaft it with something heavier and shorter.
I regret selling my new set of revo black heads.....and dying to find a nice cheap set of those aussies.
Turns out my break from golf lasted 2 years...
Played 18 at a local course on Friday, nothing glamorous but I always enjoy getting out there.
6th (first birdie of 2019)
17th green showing how nice the greens/fringes were, with my essentially unchanged WITB from when I stopped playing
18th (my hybrid approach clearly didn't release)
Welcome back! Great pics.
glad to see you back bud!
Good thread, high quality (and nice scenic) photos must be a decent camera.
Most birdies in a round in 2019 - 3
Holes in ones career - 1
Split Grip Birdie COUNTER - 1
Thanks fellas, nice to be back playing again. You'll prob see more course pictures than new clubs for now.
Famous last words...
A few pictures from my Friday round at Bull Run, one of my favorite courses.
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