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  1. If Chuck Norris was there, every tee shot would produce a hole-in-one. And that's with one arm.
  2. It's a shame the Museum of Science and Industry is in a rather isolated location. If you can shoehorn it into your schedule, the German U-Boat exhibit is remarkable. Enjoy your trip!
  3. Your luck will change if you make it a point to actually aim for the lip of a bunker, tree limb or cart path. You'll avoid them all.
  4. Revisited Twin Peaks Some of the crime mystery shows on MHZ Choice and BritBox, like: Beck Wallander Maigret Montalbano
  5. Judy Collins - Someday Soon Joan Baez - Diamonds and Rust Great voices, no autotune required.
  6. Had my first round. The course was slightly mushy and some of the bunkers had a little ponding. At least the Fall leaves had more or less disintegrated and I could find the ball. Great to be out on the course, though. I've watched every episode of Maigret and Montalbano at least twice this winter.
  7. Best Wishes Tiger for a complete recovery. If Hogan could do it, you can too.
  8. I don't know if you bought those online or not, but their brick and mortar store is pretty nice.
  9. I've been quite happy with the BIC Venturi DV62si pair that replaced my old Advents from the 1970's. Paired with the subwoofer and for the price, they sound very good. I was prepared to spend much more. https://www.parts-express.com/BIC-Venturi-DV62si-Bl-6-1-2-2-Way-Bookshelf-Speaker-Pair-303-402
  10. I'm in SW Ohio, where it's 21 degrees now and the high tomorrow is 18. About an inch of snow on the ground, too. Finally, I see no one on the local courses. When the COVID restrictions were lifted, I've never seen the courses so crowded. Before this latest snow, I've seen guys playing when it's in the mid-20's and the parking lot 1/3rd full. In years past you'd only see a couple of die-hards at it.
  11. The weekend rounds will soon be regular fare on network TV after the Hawaiian swing. Gave up GC years ago. No value for the $.
  12. Take a look at the old King Cobra SS-I irons and tell me they don't look like Ping I/3's. The OEM's copy the crap out of each other. To your point though, I would rather some component manufacturers come up with original designs.
  13. They were weaker lofts and distance was on par with most clubs of the era before the thin-face irons became vogue. The head length was relatively compact but not like a true blade of the era. The offset was minimal. I don't shape my shots per se, but I suspect it's do-able. As for feel, no surprises, it was not a soft feel. As someone else posted, they were basically clones of X-20 Callaways and extremely forgiving. Sad to say, if you're looking for these, I'm not seeing many on eBay.
  14. I played Acer XK Pros for several years and loved them. I only sold them because the grooves were pre-2010 and I had an itch to get new clubs.
  15. I expected to see tire tracks and beer bottles . . .
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