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  1. A good pair of sunglasses (on & off the course) is definitely something I recommend you have. Through my Health Care Spending benefit, I purchased 5 polarized Oakleys that have made me appreciate quality sunglasses.
  2. A good pair of sunglasses (on & off the course) is definitely something I recommend you have. Through my Health Care Spending benefit, I purchased 5 polarized Oakleys that have made me appreciate quality sunglasses.
  3. Still wished TM went with the TP logo, but, DAMN they look good. My 2009 satin TM RAC CB's might have some new playmates.
  4. Luckily, I have a super flexible schedule and can play or go to the range at least 2x a week. On top of that, my organization sponsors a lot of golf events and I have the opportunity to play some cool golf courses. What sucks is that I spend more money ho'ing and I have unreasonable expectations of my game, which at times, makes me question why I play as much as I do when I don't see the results I expect.
  5. I usually play like crap if I don't do my pre-round routine. Usually, it starts out at home with a light meal and and least 15 minutes of light exercises and stretching to get my blood flowing . When I get to the course, I usually spend 40 - 45 minutes getting tuned in at the range in this order: 1) 10 minutes on irons (9-5 iron) 2) 10 minutes with my my woods 3) 5 minutes with a mid-iron 4) 15 minutes on chipping and and putting 5) Lastly, I like to stretch during my round to keep loose.
  6. A USMC challenge coin I use as ball marker. Luckily, it is not obnoxiously large or too small that I'd lose it.
  7. Definitely adding that #9 to the stable. I was hitting lights out with the Protype Black #9 last year and haven't looked back.
  8. [quote name='indygolfman' timestamp='1378816579' post='7824977'] [quote name='jmlGOLF' timestamp='1378764864' post='7821917'] I'll be there for the Pro-Am day and will be on a mission to find Greg and snag a poker chip. Rumor has it that we might be able to roll some putts on the practice greens through the organization I am going with. [/quote] WWP? [/quote] Yup.
  9. I looked at both and I'm playing the AP2's w/ KBS C-tapers, and I swear that they are game changers. They replaced my TM Satin RAC CB's and the AP2's have the forgiveness I was looking for. I didn't think I was going to be able to hit this combination, but the shafts are perfect for me.
  10. I'll be there for the Pro-Am day and will be on a mission to find Greg and snag a poker chip. Rumor has it that we might be able to roll some putts on the practice greens through the organization I am going with.
  11. I'm sure someone made a similar reply. But, WRX does the exact opposite with all brands on my interest level. If I see a trend of positive reviews on anything, I'll, at the very least, do some reserach and give it a whirl. I'll give anything a try, cause you never know what will work for you.
  12. So, I have taken a (almost obsessive) interest in club building and tinkering with equipment. I learned the basics when I worked at GG and through self education. That said, I'd like to "master the art" and was wondering if anyone has any experience with club building classes offered through Mitchell Golf or others? Are they worth it? Which one would you recommend?
  13. Not sure of the actual amount, but I've played the most golf since I started. I've been playing the best golf I've ever played, so I try to get out as much as possible. One of the perks of my job is that we have a lot of golf events that I attend and have the opportunity to play. Also, I have a flexible schedule, so that helps too. I play at least 2 times a week and go to range almost every day.
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