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  1. A few things for sale… Mevo Plus, bought used from another member here but haven’t really used much since I got it. Condition is great, comes with case, some metallic stickers and all accessories. $1650 shipped Titleist TSi2 7 wood with RDX black stuff shaft. Won’t split shaft and head. No headcover. There is a small mark on the top line. $OLD shipped Ping g425 3 wood head only . Includes headcover. $175 shipped (shaft sold) Srixon zx5 5iron with stock nippon modus 120 stuff shaft. Z grip on it. $OLD shipped
  2. My buddy and I got in... giddy about participating! Might need some training before hand
  3. I am looking to add a putting green too. Any tips on brand of synthetic turf? What is the rough cost etc?
  4. We have a few driver shafts with Cobra adaptor as well as an F9 cobra head listed on BST. PM me in case you want to experiment
  5. I have a like new Sim2 Max 10.5 head for sale along with the headcover. Used a couple of rounds. $OLD shipped son shot up a few inches in the last few months, so a lot of clubs for sale: cobra f9 junior driver head with stock cobra 41”, $100 shipped
  6. Curious to know about this as well but as a frame of reference, boys 9 priority status 10 got their invite end of March or so
  7. I haven't checked the priority table recently, but the score is much more important than winning the local tour. Winning local tour bumps up by 1 status over the score baseline.
  8. I think for girls 10 and under, it went down to priority 6. For boys 8 and under was priority 8. For boys 9+ was priority 10.
  9. I think its easier to find weights to adjust sim 2 headweight but perhaps Mavrik is a bit more difficult to do so?
  10. Thanks, totally agreed. In our case, as I mentioned in my original post, I say that this is what I do "I am of the parents should maintain emotional flatline philosophy, so try to not show disappointment or excitement." So my 9yo does not really mimic me. Having said that, as we have played a ton of tournaments, he seems to be doing much better. He had a tournament today where he started off with a triple, but ended up not getting upset, birdied the next 2 holes and finished +1 for the round. My own observation is that kids have expectations, and they need some number of rounds to realize that golf is a volatile enough and as others have said, as kids mature they find their own. I also realized, this is the right time for him to play on his own, so he owns the outcome. So I am there to be the cart pusher, snack handler, umbrella holder and fist bumper. As he gets to play local big kid events, will be the ball spotter.
  11. I think within boys 9-12, for the most part most kids shot under 90. There might be a handful of kids who are qualified through sibling exception etc. On the girls side, agreed. They went down to priority 6, so you should expect higher scores. I for one thought that the field size was good/fun experience. We got done in 4.30 mins every round.
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