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  1. The purge continues. Clearing out all golf related clothing. 9 shirts are Under Armor along with 1 Puma. All size small and each one pretty much fits the same. For reference, I'm 5'8" around 130-135lb and these fit well, not too baggy, not too snug. If you only see 1 picture of a shirt its because that shirt is essentially new and in near perfect condition. If you see two pictures the shirt was worn more often and had sweat stain in the collar that I tried to show in the 2nd picture. I think the colors are pretty obvious and I'll throw in the nearly new pair of UA shirts size 30 as a bonus! SOLD!
  2. I gave up golf. 3 knee surgeries in 2014 and it looks like another this fall. I'm now wearing Hoka One One running shoes daily since they have so much padding it takes pressure off my knee.
  3. I haven't touched a club in over 13 months, so its time to get rid of everything golf related. First up is shoes and once these are gone some clothes, then leaving the best for last...A brand new Scratch DW Proto set of irons, 1 of only 2 sets ever made of this particular design and finish...matching wedges as well;) The size 8s are the older True's and fit exactly the same as their newer size 8.5. If you don't see a box, I don't have the box for that shoe. 1. New in the box True Linkswear Gent Wingtip Brown 8.5. $65 Shipped. 2. 3 Pair of True Proto all size 8. I do not want to split these up. The white and brown have been worn, the black are new in the box. Brown pair wore for 1 round and aside from the soles look new. White pair worn 7 rounds. The rounds I did play last year were in wet conditions. I took good pictures so I'll let you decide the condition. The soles and inside have virtually zero wear. $90 shipped for all 3. 3. 2 pair of True Lyt Breathe 8.5. The white and orange are new in the box, the grey and blue have been worn. These shoes have never been on a golf course but I wore them as casual shoes with jeans. They haven't been worn very often but they have a few stains on the toe. Pics tell the story. Essentially, buy the new ones get the used ones. SOLD! 4. Limited Edition Ryan Moore True Sensei 8. I've had these for over a year but took them out of the box last week when we went to Vegas. These were wore on the plane, to the hotel, then the return trip. In all, maybe wore for 12 hours? The top and sides are as new, the sole has 12 hours of wear. These are nearly impossible to find and still listed for $149 on the Bay. $90 shipped. 5. True Stealth White 8. Bought these with everything else new last year then only played 10 rounds. These were worn 2 rounds but white is a B***** in wet weather. Pics tell the story. $39 shipped. 6. Finally, True Oxford Grey 8.5. These may not look it but I only wore them 6x. Unfortunately, 1x was at a family function outside in the yard and these stain VERY easily. Whoever buys the proto bundle or the Ryan Moore and wants these I'll throw them in for free. For everyone else I need a price so... SOLD! My prices are fair so not much room to move unless you want to make an offer for the whole lot then we'll work something out. If you'd like to add a specific pair to another pair pm me and we'll figure it out. Thanks, Justin
  4. I'd prefer to sell as a group but I understand the different cuts make a difference. I've listed each cut below and would sell each 'cut group' as a lot for $15 per hat shipped. So if you wanted the Classic Cut, you'd get 6 hats for $90 shipped, etc. Kiawah - Ahead Classic Cut Harbour Town - Ahead Classic Cut Winged Foot - Ahead Mid Cut Harding Park - Ahead Classic Cut Shinnecock - Ahead Extreme Fit Hazeltine - Ahead Extreme Fit Pebble Beach - Ahead Classic Cut Medinah - Ahead Classic Cut Congressional - Ahead Extreme Fit Pinehurst - Ahead Classic Cut
  5. Hi guys, thanks for looking. Price is obo and includes shipping to CONUS only. I have 10 new hats from some of the best courses in America. All are brand new, never worn, not even tried on. Sold locally. 1. Pinehurst 2. Congressional 3. Medinah 4. Pebble Beach 5. Hazeltine 6. Shinnecock 7. Harding Park 8. Winged Foot 9. Harbour Town 10. Kiawah - The Ocean Course
  6. Last 2 years scoring ave is a shade over 74. Low round ever a 64 on a par 72, slope 133, and 6750 yards. Recently played Harbor Shores in Michigan with a slope of 143 @ 6852yds...good news I had 6 birdies...bad news I had 2 triples, 1 double, and 4 bogies to shoot 77! More birdies than pars, lol, crazy game. You miss in the wrong spot on that beast and its gonna be a long day and I did and it was:) Golf is funny though, I read everyones comments about easy courses and I just don't get it. Maybe the problem is when I play an easy course I expect to go low but I rarely go truly low, maybe 1 or 2 under. All of my low rounds have come on what most would consider tough courses. Maybe I just focus more when the course is hard and relax when its not. GOLF. IS. HARD! I fear my golf days are numbered and low rounds may be a thing of the past. 2 left knee surgeries last year ended my season and my season just ended a month ago after messing up the same knee....again. A 3rd knee surgery (in 10 months) coming up this fall has be questioning playing the game much longer period. Ain't gonna lie, makes me sad.
  7. Best score w/out mulligans or handicap (3 players were scratch) was 52. We had 2 eagles and a hole in one. Fill the rest in with birdies and there ya go. It would be an understatement to say we cleaned up. We won the outing, longest drive, closest to pin, all skin money, and a $14,000 bass boat for the ace. Thats a good day:)
  8. Thermacare heat wraps work wonderfully! They wrap around your body and velcro in place. I've been wearing them during my rounds for 3 years to deal with a back lower back. The great part is they stay hot for 8-12 hours and you can get them at Costco in bulk and usually on sale for much cheaper than normal retail.
  9. [quote name='Conrad1953' timestamp='1407897371' post='9921743'] [quote name='Pepperturbo' timestamp='1407874399' post='9919095'] To be direct, threads like this are strange to me. I suppose it has something to do with, as a young mid-western boy, being taught men do not talk about our ailments and commiserate, besides, it doesn't help anything. If I need something, I look to my wife. Though, over recent years, its more prevalent with males, it still hasn't shown me any value. What it has shown me, more males are choosing to behave similarly to females... I won't go into my aches, pains and physical aliments that I cope with every day of my life. Though, my wife and son are aware, as are few close friends, but that's it. I suppose that could mean to more distant friends that have serious aliments, I have none, but they'd be wrong. I just don't feel good or better comparing aliments, throwing them around on FB, or talking about wounds or scares, etc. All that said, being there for my son, wife, even friends has never been a deterrent to golf. As they are my #1 priority and happy choice. One man's 2cents. [/quote] Commiseration among the elderly is ok. Most of 'em, well, that's all they have to talk about as their life revolves around doctors and medical issues. One reason younger people don't want to hang out with the elderly; they're depressing to be around if the constant topic is poor health. My wife and I, we commiserate, but my playing partners don't know if I have physical issues that affect my game. Among us older guys it's just assumed we all have "somethin" going on and no one wants to hear excuses for a bad shot. If I hit a bad shot and then blame some ailment, I'll just get snickers from the guys. Ya, we all have our excuses for bad shots, lol, we don't have swing flaws, God forbid. If I meet someone and the first thing I hear is a litany of medical issues I'm running as fast as I can away from that person. We all, sooner or later, have issues. Don't offer to talk about it unless someone asks. Just play and carry on. [/quote] [size=4]Clearly your reading comprehension is lacking, the title of this thread is "[b]WHAT INJURY IS KEEPING YOU FROM PLAYING GOLF[/b]." You said, "don't offer to talk about it unless someone ask." WTF? The title of this thread is directly asking what injuries we have. No where in the title did it say, what injury is keeping you from hitting good shots, or what injury do you like to use as an excuse when you hit bad shots. When you can't play at all because of a serious injury there's no need for excuses as to why you mishit a shot. My guess is everyone in this room with a serious injury that is actually preventing them from swinging a club would love to be able to swing and even hit a bad shot. The point is, we can't swing at all. [/size] [size=4] [/size]
  10. How's this for a kick in the s*ck...In Sept 2013 I had Tommy John surgery followed by knee surgery in Dec, followed by another knee surgery in March (same knee, tripped while on crutches from 1st one and re-tore everything). Finally in May of this year I can play, so I get my game together then travel to Detroit in June and get fit for a set of Don White proto irons. I'm told it will take 6-8 weeks which is fine. Then this past saturday I swing driver and POP. Same freaking knee! Now I'm out for the season and wouldn't you know it, my shiny new DW irons will be in next week and I have to just stare at them until next spring. If there are golf gods out there, I say F * CK you! Haha.
  11. Thanks for looking. I've priced these for a quick sell and would like to ship tomorrow. Prices includes shipping to the lower 48. 1. Ping Ketsch 34" Slight Arc Orange dot. I bought this last week in the BST thinking I had to give it a shot based on the golf spy testing. After 1 putting session I'll just stick with my Seemore. SOLD! 2. Taylormade 300 Forged 4-PW with Aldila TGi 120 stiff graphite shafts. I bought these to play while I waited for my Scratch irons to be built. These were in VERY WELL USED condition when I got them. They're +1/2" and I just put new Karma grips on. They're standard and very similar to Tour Velvets...I can't tell the difference. I have no idea what the loft and lie are but these can easily be bent. The heads have plenty of nicks and dings with browning on the 6 and PW. While not the prettiest, these have plenty of life left. GONE!
  12. I'd been playing Recoil Proto 110 F4s before being fit into the regular 110 F4. For me, I could feel the standard version load whereas the proto felt like I had to work a little harder. For whatever reason my ball speed went up and the dispersion was tighter. Win win!! At the fitting I hit the Aerotech as well but the standard 110s just felt and performed better...according to trackman anyway:)
  13. [quote name='fightingbees' timestamp='1405468855' post='9708283'] Hi. How about 90 for the wedges? [/quote] I'll pass!
  14. Find someone local who teaches AimPoint. I was a decent putter prior to AP but after taking the Express class my confidence is on a whole other level. There's no more guesswork, its the t$ts!
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