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  1. Franc, Ever since I was a kid, the group that justed putted out, replaces the flag, gives the following group an acknowledgement and it's bombs away. Most of my golf is played late in the day when every one is racing the sunset though. I've tried playing in peak times and it just does my head in. Cheers Yeah - makes sense. :good: My guess is his shot will get a lot of air plus he is a pro and will be near the flag. I played a 175 to 180 yard par three last Sat. The group ahead left the flag laying on the green. :-( I guess the hole was in the middle of the green. I am a
  2. Franc, Ever since I was a kid, the group that justed putted out, replaces the flag, gives the following group an acknowledgement and it's bombs away. Most of my golf is played late in the day when every one is racing the sunset though. I've tried playing in peak times and it just does my head in. Cheers
  3. [quote name='scottyallanb' post='869374' date='Jan 18 2008, 03:27 PM']Yeah I am not liking the dirrection this is all going. Hopefully someone will just make a Classic head that is just old school and still goes a ton. Wait a minute I have one in the bag. Cleveland Launcher 460. Scotty B[/quote] Crikey Scotty - you've read my thoughts, I also play a Cleveland Launcher 460 but with an NVS in it. You're dead on the money - you don't need moveable weights to hit it right or left or a different shaft to hit it high or low. It just works!!! My great concern though is the ability of the ma
  4. [quote name='Jer-Jer' post='865516' date='Jan 16 2008, 10:37 AM'][quote name='lowballhitter' post='865456' date='Jan 15 2008, 08:07 PM']Been rubbing my crystal balls again and I've had a frightening vision --- Callaway announces - Improvements to the 2009 I-Mix line have lead to the development of a vastly superior hosel connection device. Unfortunately this renders all 2008 clubheads and shafts obsolete as the are not able to be interchanged with the 2009 line. Callaway thanks its loyal customers for their support - now rush off to the pro shop with your credit armed and dangerous.[/
  5. Been rubbing my crystal balls again and I've had a frightening vision --- Callaway announces - Improvements to the 2009 I-Mix line have lead to the development of a vastly superior hosel connection device. Unfortunately this renders all 2008 clubheads and shafts obsolete as the are not able to be interchanged with the 2009 line. Callaway thanks its loyal customers for their support - now rush off to the pro shop with your credit armed and dangerous.
  6. I'll be a contender for the lowest. A single XL Top Flite for nearest the pin on a golf day - Yes, I did think about quitting my day job.
  7. Undermined, As it sounds like an no lose experiment, see what old pulls any of your local clubfitters have laying around. Bet you could make a nice feeling little club for your $50 Remember - one mans junk is another's treasure.
  8. Progolfer - No bias here, but what a fantastically named thread. I hit slightly longer, (a yard or two) but with your SS you should be able to hit low or high at will. I have played the Rifle 6's for years now - great shaft for me, went from DG S400. Now I swing easier with a more desirable flight. Also what ball do you play? best flight for me is the HX Tour. Good luck
  9. Was thinking why doesn't Vijay just buy them, would be loose change for him at $60m.
  10. My thoughts exactly.....I didn't think they could make an uglier putter than the "Inza"....I stand corrected...... TM can't be serious - it's one of those Frankly Golf putters dolled up
  11. Well Shoeter Steve was the one with the problem who posted the thread, he was polite enough to thank me via a PM for my answer and I returned the favor by PM'ing him back with some suggestions. Perhaps you should take a cue from Steve. Hoganfan, My lose is also a block push, from trying to create extra lag.....and dipping my left shoulder (i'm a lefty) The fix I use is to "hold" the left shoulder back at impact. Unsure if this technically correct but it works for me.... PS.. always enjoy your factual posts, love the references to Search for the perfect swing it's a great rea
  12. Have never understood the link between golf and ski companies, Quicksilver the outdoor ski/surf company acquired Cleveland golf as part of the Rossignol group (basically a bunch of ski equipment companies and cleveland golf) in early 2005. I believed Cleveland would be sold straight away. Anyway I hope the Bridgestone sale is true as I feel the Cleveland brand has been on the slide. BTW - one of the founders of Quicksilver lives in our neck of the woods and has just set some local real estate records, will try and find some pics of the house he sold and the new one he bought - quit
  13. I've read the standardised test for a full sized luxury car is now three golf bags. The one good thing about family wagons is that they eat golf bags, have a Ford Falcon and a Holden Commodore. Any Aussies reading this will realise I sit on the fence come Bathurst (first weekend of October)....... can't wait.
  14. Noticed it too, like RAM01002 I read the posts daily, but do not reply to that many compared to some. And when I do try to add value or be a little witty (I did say try) Growing pains ??? Anyway love the site and honestly appreciate the hard work that's put in to keep it all running. Special thanks to those who supply / post the latest kit and tournament pics - great work. PS to all members - forget the fanciful WITB at the bottom of your posts - just have a link to your relevent post in the Members WITB.
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