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St Jimmy

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  1. Figure out the yardage gap and then find a club that you can consistently hit that yardage with.
  2. Club ho'ing is fun. The secret is to actually stop when you find something that works.
  3. Well, I have a toe miss, things could get ugly, lol! I'll just sharpie the misses and let the sweet spot wear! Brilliant idea
  4. I guess a sharpie can mask the wear for a while?
  5. I don't have any friends. There's people I know from the gym and from work, but I never see them outside of those locations. I golf 90% solo.
  6. Thank you. Those look worse than I feared.
  7. Does anyone have experience with the black finish on PXG irons? I know they will wear, but wondering if they'll last a few years and if the exposed metal underneath is bright and polished or will it blend in ok?
  8. $264 for the black and $239 for the chrome. I'm in love with the Gen 3's, but have my eye on the black Gen 4's.
  9. I keep all of the balls I find in the front pocket of my bag. I use 7-8 of them to warm up on the rage before my rounds.
  10. 1. Johnsburg, IL 2. Handicap? 8 3. Current hybrid or fairway wood? M5 3W, Apex 21 20 degree 4. Why do you want to test the Callaway Epic Super Hybrid? I had the original 17 degree Super Hybrid and loved the club. Unfortunately after experimenting with a heavier after market weight, it snapped off and got stuck inside the head. I was forced to try another club. 5. Do you agree to take high quality photos, write an in-depth review, and be part of an on-going testing thread? ABSOLUTELY! I’m a perfect candidate to compare to the previous model!
  11. I've destroyed a dozen shafts trying to remove adaptors using a little torch to heat the epoxy. Don't do it.
  12. I've been playing Boone Creek almost every Sunday. My friend is getting over health issues and it's the only course he can get out on. I've decided that I like it. The challenge comes from them keeping the fairway only about 20 yards wide and the rough is very deep and thick. They watered throughout the summer drought and it shows. Good tee shots that aren't perfect put you in a spot where you're forced to study the lie. It's really the courses only defense, but it's working on me so far. It's a different challenge from my usual Oak Grove.
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