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  1. +1 for photography Stop being a golf gear Ho and develop G.A.S. instead.
  2. https://www.click2ho...olfing-accident Reminder of how dangerous riding in the golf cart can be. Two years ago I got 6 stitches on my forehead and a decent shiner on the left eye after being thrown out from a golf cart. Hit the cart metal post holding up the roof before hitting the ground. My wife thought I got into a fight. She couldn't believe how a person can injure himself that severely at a golf course. The guy driving the cart was looking for his ball and hit a cement embankment head on and full speed. And ,no, we were not drinking adult beverages. Stay safe everyone.
  3. Didn't realize this about gabapentin https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/the-latest-drug-threat-isnt-even-an-opioid/ar-AAvl2Xy
  4. Wrist injury... Any association with this? https://www.golfdigest.com/story/play-better-in-a-new-york-minute
  5. The Houston Open is currently sponsored by Shell Oil, but that sponsorship is about to expire after 2017. Don't see any announcement of a replacement sponsor. Now the Colonial in Ft. Worth, TX is about to suffer the same fate with Dean and Deluca considering pulling out. Just wondering how much does a corporation has to pony up to the PGA Tour to become the title sponsor of a tour stop? Also, is money the only consideration or other factors matter as well? Lastly, if a replacement sponsor can't be found then the 2018 season would be shortened by two events?
  6. I have a first edition DF putter and would agree about the glare. What are the major differences between the 1.0, 2.0 and 2.1? If I send my 1.0 back, how do I get a 2.1 model? What's the difference between the 2.0 and 2.1 version? Thanks.
  7. Is this the same Ozik shaft? http://www.hurricanegolf.com/matrix-ozik-red-tie-6q3-graphite-wood-shaft.html
  8. Are the steelfibers still available? If so what's the length? Thanks.
  9. I shipped a set of irons to the UK-Great Britain (total weight 7 lbs) via USPS International priority mail for about $60.00 a month ago. I signed up for an account with USPS and purchased the label on-line. Dropped off the box at the Post Office without having to make the line. Also, this way will you a few bucks as compare to actual shipping it at the post office.
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