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  1. Can't say much more about it. Super stoked and rather disappointed at the same time. Got some standard loft i210s, 5-PW, with Modus 105s, Black Dot, Standard Length. Cheaper than used, but who knows when they might show up. Oh my life....
  2. The course was actually really fun. I would love to go back and play it again. Not overly long, but lots of bendy holes, OB's, elevation changes, and tough approaches on the par 5's. My one real complaint was a lack of yardage markers. I'm old school and like to walk off my distances. The guy I was paired with in the cart had a range finder, but I was consistently ending up short on my approaches through the first few holes. As a result, my front 9 was pretty atrocious, but I cleaned it up a bit on the back. Our host - who's been a member of the club for ten years and plays it seve
  3. My brother used to do it. I think it was a generational thing in the 80's and 90's. When I caddied for him, I would see a lot of players his age doing the same thing.
  4. Yeah, missed that one. Ugh. Thanks for pointing it out though.
  5. I'm still curious how all of you figured out my E.D. is female. I though I was pretty careful being gender neutral in my initial posts. Did I screw up somewhere?
  6. All right everyone, I know you've been patiently awaiting the outcome of this round of golf and I'm sorry for not getting to this sooner. Last week was actually busy at work (for a change), so I didn't have time to post anything immediately. I apologize once again. So...here's how it went. Taking folks advice not to drink during the round, I showed up about an hour early to pound a few beers in the parking lot. I parked in the employee parking area so as not to arouse suspicion and dumped the empties in the woods. I then went to the practice green and announ
  7. Not all about the color scheme, but that Newport is a good looking stick.
  8. Who in god's name wears a watch anymore? Might as well just get a diamond tennis bracelet. We are better than this folks! You are more than what you own!
  9. I generally replace grips once a year. Like others, sometime in the spring. I play 1-2 times a month year round and practice religiously. If a grip "needs" to be replaced, at least IMO, it will feel slick and hard. You will notice a difference. I never encounter this except with my old clubs that have been out of play, or the odd used club that I purchase. I've used mainstream grips and off-brand cheapies and all of them have worked and lasted about as much as anything else. I don't think there is any fast rule when it comes to the "necessity" of changing g
  10. I'm as dumbfounded as everyone else... but, I wouldn't be surprised if this idea is currently being pitched in a boardroom somewhere. Probably more than one. Ahura Mazda save us all.
  11. Hey, thank you for your comment. This actually helps me to understand the score cards I've found online. I really appreciate it!
  12. Happens to the best of us. I just found that one particularly funny and couldn't resist.
  13. I was totally joking about you being involved. I'm also a pretty capable internet researcher and can't find anything concerning this particular social media spat. I have nothing to do with junior golf, outside of casually perusing this thread. So, I'm officially clueless. I'm also extremely bored at work today. Please, entertain me!
  14. Yeah, what @ChipStrokes said! ^^^ Perhaps @tiger1873 is one of the parents in question?
  15. If you are using fresh, that must be a little bloody, one would think. Do you carry an extra towel? Skilled taxidermist? Where do you source? Lots of questions...
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