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GatorNate11

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  1. I've seen older, but not by much. This one is up there.
  2. Out of everything shown, the thing I want most is that jet skiing wizard head cover
  3. Oh, I know they're not. I can still wish they would, though.
  4. It seems the common trend is to have the "tour version" be minimal stampings, lines, etc., then have the standard retail line have more stampings than a wood shop and more visual lines than an airport runway so they better function as billboards. In other words, I'd love to see it come to retail, but until they best figure out how to still cram 15 logos onto the thing, it probably won't happen. Or it will but will still have 3 sightlines on it because why the hell not?
  5. Nah, man. I turn it up loud enough to make sure everyone can hear it clearly.
  6. I’ll keep it in mind, man! I don’t have time to fool with it currently, if I do get around to it I’ll shoot you a pm.
  7. The Hogan/Snead episode was on youtube, at least it was a couple months ago when I watched it. It's sort of hit and miss what is and isn't on there. Sometimes you have to find and watch them before the Tour copyright strikes them lol
  8. I do it all the time. How hard are you stepping on a club head that it's leaving a dent on the green? It doesn't take much pressure to get the handle moving in an upward direction lol
  9. Elite username and profile pic combination. I also cannot help but feel the process is *slightly* above my level of DIY ability, but I just so happen to have an old stainless putter head laying around that I might have to find out now
  10. I've been using an AD-DI for so long now, anything else just feels wrong. I did switch a handful of years ago from a 7x to a 6x. I have no idea if it made any difference whatsoever. Every time I get a new driver, I just put the new adapter on that shaft and call it a day.
  11. I broke a putter shaft in a Circa 62, and thought of this same thing. I remembered I had a PX 6.0 laying around, so I stuck it in the putter as a temporary fix. I ended up loving it and just left it in there. It looks like a nightmare (I was classy enough to cut the label off, at least) but it works. Would I spend the money on another PX shaft for another putter? Maybe. Would I spend $250-$400 for a high speed putter shaft? Not unless I suffer head trauma.
  12. Oh lord yes. Nothing could be worse than opening your newest item without showing off your watch in your "wrist check" and then your "pocket check" with your new high speed, even more impractical than the last one, knife.
  13. As long as said slobs aren't setting elitist, stuffy dress codes, then I'm fine with it.
  14. I'm ready for the day stuffy dress codes go into their long overdue grave. If someone else's attire bothers you THAT much, it's not an indictment of them. For the record, before anyone starts, basically my entire life I've worked in a field that requires extremely strict uniform standards. So yes, I do know what it means to "look professional," I'm just not in the business of telling other grown adults how they should dress.
  15. I've never seen it happen, but if you aren't slowing anything down, have at it I guess.
  16. I only discuss these types of holes with a professional therapist.
  17. Every time I think I've heard the thing that annoys me most about Bryson, something else comes up and he manages to outdo himself. What a guy.
  18. Basically what @hammergolfand @Brewski_golfssaid. If you want to totally restore them (I feel I'm obligated by some unwritten WRX rules to say you will lose some weight in the clubhead by doing so), send them off to have them stripped and re-chromed to bring them back to their original appearance for the most part. You can polish what you have there, but you'll still be able to differentiate between the areas still with chrome vs those without. I'm wanting to say re-chroming is something like $35 per head but I could be off there.
  19. Next thing you know they'll be "daily driving" Hi-Points!
  20. It's basically what @nostaticsaid. It started out, largely, as people saying something like "oh I EDC my Glock 19," then the term picked up steam outside the gun community, and now entire sects of youtube/ig/reddit/etc. are dedicated to EDC. It's now turned into your: phone, watch, flashlight, notebook, pen, high speed wallet and yes, even artisanal toilet paper. It's gone so far beyond the confines of ridiculous. I've seen guys spend hundreds of dollars on wallets, notebooks and pens just to carry whatever the cool thing in the EDC world is, then never actually use that thing. I carried less on my duty belt as a cop than half these dudes are carrying in their pockets anymore.
  21. I’ll go ahead and add one more: the sudden cultural obsession with the “EDC.” If I have to hear one more stoogebag tell me about his “EDC” that only two things are actually practical and the rest are for his #EDCommunity posts on ig, I’m gonna lose it.
  22. A quick aside that doesn't only apply to golf: it burns me up when people refer to things as their "daily driver" just to have some buzzword term to throw around. If I ask you about the watch you're wearing and you refer to it as your daily driver, I'm ignoring everything that follows afterwards. It's one of those words/terms/phrases that just kills me. That's my divergence from the thread, carry on.
  23. If the tournaments are more important than your friendship, drop him like a stone. If you only have the friendship for the tournaments, drop him like a stone. If your casual golf events are not as important as the friendship, don't drop him like a stone. We're all adults here, you know if you want to move on or not. My guess is you do and you're looking for reassurance here. If that's the case, move on as you know you want to already.
  24. I do think it's a bit odd that this thread is turning into this mindset that no one would EVER so much as consider shaming anyone out of playing blades. Yet, I have seen multiple times over my years on here, people constantly being told that only some unicorn type of golfer can or should play blades. Always quick to chime in with anecdotal stories of how their golf game and life was changed by going to GI irons, their score got lower and their wife got hotter, somehow. Then the retorts of anecdotal stories of guys that played GI irons, then had the exact same thing happen when they switched to blades. Play what you want, no normal human cares, but let's not act like this place has never shamed anyone for their club choices.
  25. I use a Stitch SL1, which I feel borders between sunday/stand bag. If we're willing to call the SL1 a Sunday bag, then yes, I use one all the time. If not, I wouldn't have any issue using something like a Moonlite all the time, either, I just don't have one lol.
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