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  1. I am not referring to "lack of forgiveness". I am referring to consistency. With your philosophy, all pros would use GI irons since none of them hit the sweet spot every time. You are very dramatic with your observations. Mr. Wolfe
  2. Most decent ball strikers will be WAY more consistent from 150 in not using GI clubs. Most people understand this. You can get huge flyers with GI clubs, no one really disputes that. You can miss all over the face on a GI club and it won't make a huge difference. If you nail that sweet spot dead on, you are looking 10% more distance that you did not want. You no longer need to be perfect with muscle and cavity backs. They are so forgiving without punishing you on mishits. Mr. Wolfe
  3. Come on Matt! Don't know you that everyone should be gaming GI's? Mr. Wolfe
  4. Almost new Blue Tees Pro 2 Rangefinder. I only used it a couple of times and the condition is near perfect. It works flawlessly and the only reason I am selling is because I bought the version with the magnet in it. Just purchased 2 months ago. It comes with everything that it originally came with. SOLD Mr. Wolfe
  5. 1994 Widebody in Miami Blue. Have my 2006 BMW M3 as well. Mr. Wolfe
  6. Sorry, just saw this!! Yes, includes cart and you can book a foursome. The 3 guests have to pay $5 extra. Mr. Wolfe
  7. Leaving for Pawleys tomorrow and playing our first round Thursday. Just curious if anyone has played down there in the past week or two? Just wondering conditions or any courses we should avoid in the Pawley's area. We were thinking about removing the River Club from the list and adding TPC. Any thoughts? Mr. Wolfe
  8. I honestly wouldn't worry about it, especially if you are hitting straight. I had a teaching pro one time who aligned his irons so if you drew a line, it would hit his left heel. He was an incredible player. He was taught to do that when he was a kid and never changed it. Mr. Wolfe
  9. Unfortunately, the exact same for me. I wanted to love it and I am sure it is a great for many people, but I found myself just wanting to know the yardage to the stick. I think some of it was me playing a course I play all the time. The extra info was not needed. Regardless, it is $100 off right now. My timing for buying things is terrible. lol I sold mine to a member today for less than I wanted... Mr. Wolfe
  10. Just ordered one today. Just bought the Garmin Z82 which has awesome tech, but was information overload for me while playing. Just sold it today and ordered the new slope version. Mr. Wolfe
  11. Weather in May should be fine aside from the chance of rain. We have been playing at least twice a week since the last week February. Mr. Wolfe
  12. My friend has one and it has been great. Shoots pins instantly. I just had a bad experience and am hesitant at giving them more money. Mr. Wolfe
  13. I bought the Garmin Z82. Used it once, but seems good. Crazy amount of tech. I am coming from a $500 Bushnell that lasted 15 months and went dead. Researched it and found many people stating the same. Bushnell will do nothing about it. Mr. Wolfe
  14. Wow, Oakmont - awesome. I live about 20 miles from there, but haven't played it. I also live about 5 miles from Birdsfoot and it is a decent track. Not many will be on par with Oakmont. Mr. Wolfe
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