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  1. Up for sale today is a *new* Scotty Cameron 1995 Classics Series Laguna. You won’t find one in better condition! Loft: 4* (standard) Lie: 71* (standard) Length: 35” (standard) The putter still has the original plastic (which is peeling slightly at the top - normal for 25 year old plastic), the original micro-bell putter shaft, and a gorgeous gun blue finish. There is one *very* faint scratch on the top line- I’ve done my best to capture it in the pictures. The original headcover is not included but I will ship with a Studio Style headcover (no divo
  2. I still cannot get over that tee shot on 16- it will certainly go down as one of the greatest shots in Major Championship history.
  3. Up for sale today is a *new* Scotty Cameron 1995 Classics Series Laguna. You won’t find one in better shape! Loft: 4* (standard) Lie: 71* (standard) Length: 35” (standard) The putter still has the original plastic (which is peeling slightly at the top - normal for 25 year old plastic), the original micro-bell putter shaft, and a gorgeous gun blue finish. There is one extremely minor scratch on the top line, and one on the face- I’ve done my best to capture it in the pictures. Neither is visible to the naked eye at address. The original headcover is not included but I will ship with a Studio S
  4. Up for sale today is a Scotty Cameron JAT Prototype. It was bought new in either the late 1990’s or early 2000’s. Putter has never seen the course. Grip is still in plastic, which did get partially unwrapped during a move. I will also include a Studio Stainless head cover and divot repair tool. Carbon Steel, black oxide finish 35” 4* loft (standard) 71 lie angle (standard) Asking SOLD. Would consider trades for the following: JDM wedges (in new or like new condition) Napa Putter MacKenzie Golf Bag Thanks for looking!
  5. That is a sweet bag! Looks like a Peter Jacobsen, obviously custom made for the US Open. I have the same bag from a 1995 tournament. Straps and zippers match mine. That custom bag tag is pretty rare, I haven't seen it before.
  6. Haven’t seen these irons before- or have I? Did Tourspec just give away the same set on their Instagram?
  7. Hi guys, I wanted to share with you all a project I've been working on, called Pledge 1200. The Coronavirus has taken a severe economic toll on small businesses and their employees. Pledge 1200 encourages Americans who receive $1200 checks to spend as much of that amount as possible at small businesses. For many of us, some of our favorite boutique golf brands are under significant economic pressure, and need our support now more than ever. I would be very appreciative if you took a moment to sign the pledge, and share the website with small business owners/employees you may know. you can also
  8. > @"Bill Broderick" said: > > @"Bill Broderick" said: > > > @TheMackDaddy said: > > > Sizing question: if I’m an xxl in Galvin Green, what size should I buy in Kjus? Looking to up my rain gear collection > > > > I haven't owned any Galvin Green items. But, I recently tried some on and would have been XXL. FWIW, I'm XL with the Proquip and XXL with the Ping items that I do own. > > I recently ordered some Dexter pullovers (one long sleeve and one short sleeve) from Kjus. But I haven't received them yet). Kjus has a sizing app on their site
  9. Sizing question: if I’m an xxl in Galvin Green, what size should I buy in Kjus? Looking to up my rain gear collection
  10. Hello, I'm interested in playing and collecting older golf clubs, and I've got a few questions: 1. Where do you go to learn about the history of golf clubs, name brands to look out for, etc. ? Are there books out there that would be good for a beginner? I'm 22 and have never played a club pre-2000. 2. How old of clubs can you realistically still play? I have no problem moving up a tee box or two so long as I can still navigate the course. Any help is appreciated, thank you.
  11. > @thevaporz said: > So your courses don't have rack rates anymore? One minute you could book online for $20 then the next minute it goes up to $28 for the same tee time, depending on how many people are looking to book for that time? I don't see that pricing structure working very long. As I understand it, yes. [Here's the webpage to book tee times](https://premier.cps.golf/PremierV3/Home/WidgetView "Here's the webpage to book tee times"). "We are proud to offer DYNAMIC PRICING to guests booking tee times on Premier's website. DYNAMIC PRICING eliminates a standing green fee and r
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