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  1. I am watching from Sweden (Europe) and I have asked them. They just get the signal from another author, so they didn't know.
  2. Shazam is an app that can listen to almost every track and find the name for you, but just not THIS one
  3. Hi After watching the most boring Masters in History (at least my history) I again discovered this beautiful piece of music, but I can't find it anywhere. They always play it during a Major it seems. Both Shazam and Siri can't help me and I don't think it's "Yanni"? Please help me figure out where I can find this track I recorded a bit of the here and uploadet the video:
  4. Hey I have tried to reach out to PGA on Facebook but no answer, so maybe you guys can help me. Sorry if this is the wrong section, then feel free to move my post. The music they are using (also under this US Open) when showing highlights, can anyone tell me what that piece of nice melodic/classic piece is called? I know they sometimes are using Thrill Of Victory by ES Posthumus, but it's not that. Thank you!
  5. Hi Is it just me, or does the M6 Fairway spin a lot more and launch a lot higher than the previous M2 and M3 and M4 did? That bigger 185cc head really do a difference? I used to game an M3 Fairway with no problem, but I got stolen, so I had it replaced with an M6 with the same shaft until I figure out which Fairway to go with permanently. But man, I can't hit that M6 Fairway. I can hit a friends M3 and M5 Fairway woods with no problem then change to my own M6 Fairway, use the same swing and same feeling and then it just sky-rockets to the sky. And I have no clue what's going on. I can see
  6. Why are you even "bumping" this old post? So weird. But let me tell you. If I had spent several hundred dollars on a "made for" pro version of a shaft, I would also argue hardly that it had improved my game, even though I know deep inside that it doesn't mean a damn thing for me. Maybe you gain some extra yards, but that's not the shaft, it's you having more focus to hit the ball correct since now you have to with your 300 dollar shafts since otherwise you will look like a fool. But let's close this old post again, thanks.
  7. > @vman said: > It's not a comparison it's called golf, back to back shots that you actually hit whilst playing the game. Make it a longer par 4, with driver then a set 4 iron, the shaft weight difference is still there, I don't know what apples you're talking about I just deal with the realities of playing..> @Pitchswag said: > > > @vman said: > > > I think there's a lot to be said for uniformity throughout the set and it seems logical. However, I don't think it really matters as top golfers can go from lightweight graphite to heavyweight steel in their iron set
  8. > @vman said: > It's not a comparison it's called golf, back to back shots that you actually hit whilst playing the game. Make it a longer par 4, with driver then a set 4 iron, the shaft weight difference is still there, I don't know what apples you're talking about I just deal with the realities of playing..> @Pitchswag said: > > > @vman said: > > > I think there's a lot to be said for uniformity throughout the set and it seems logical. However, I don't think it really matters as top golfers can go from lightweight graphite to heavyweight steel in their iron set
  9. > @vman said: > I think there's a lot to be said for uniformity throughout the set and it seems logical. However, I don't think it really matters as top golfers can go from lightweight graphite to heavyweight steel in their iron set makeup. And for example, lets say you're playing a Driver ,SW, short par 4, in this instance you go from say a 60 gram graphite shafted driver to a 130gram steel SW with no issues at all. > As it only really matters to you I'd say find what feels comfortable and stick with it. How can you even come up with that comparison :lol: You know it's two differ
  10. No one ever experienced this? Amazing! :open_mouth:
  11. DG X100 TI in 3-9 and 47 deg. wedge. DG S400 TI in 51, 55 and 59 deg. wedge. Works fine for me, since I rarely hit a full shot with my wedges, so I liked the heavier=/=same weight as my irons.
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