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  1. I also shot 50/35 once. Love it when you have a terrible 9 and just say F it on the back and you somehow shoot around par
  2. Check my signature for club info I asked everyone for gift cards or cash to get a new driver last Christmas/birthday, put it all together and got fitted. One change I am going to make is to cut it down to 45". I wanted to try it at 45.5" but I think I can be just a little more consistent contact wise if I was at 45" The 3 wood I got a few years ago barely used and I love it. I almost never use it off the fairway simply because I don't play golf courses that are very long, but this thing is a cannon and I love the look/feel of it. Might look into something new this comin
  3. I shot 40, 50 at Reunion once. I was in a greenside bunker every single hole on the back 9 and short sided on almost all of them
  4. 72 (+1) on Saturday morning Lowest 18 hole score ever for me! Played a course with very small greens, hit 8 greens in reg and 8 fairways in reg. Got up and down a ton. Made a lot of 4-6 footers. 3 bogeys and 2 birdies on the day If the thought of the score I could potentially shoot didn't creep into my mind on the 18th tee, I think I would've shot a 71. Nonetheless I will take it! Great day all in all!
  5. No it just says STD for "standard" I definitely could get a scale though. Good idea! Thanks
  6. Actually after digging I believe I found the standard weight is 9g Going to order a 5g as mine just feels a bit cumbersome from the top
  7. Hey guys! Curious to know what the standard TSi4 sole weight actually weighs. I think it's somewhere around 4 grams, but I'd like to know for sure Thanks y'all!
  8. Can't wait for mine to come in! Was testing SIM2 and was pretty set on it, but the fitter recommended TSi4 9° (set at 8.25°) with the TOUR AD XC-7. What a combo! I've struggled with too much backspin for years, but this was in a nice window for me. Misses had enough spin to where they didn't dive out of the air (which is awesome) compared to my F7+. The 118mph ss was a "stock" golf course swing and the 123mph ss was all I had. These were my last 2 swings before I told them to ring it up. Ordered on 3/29 so I'm hoping for a pretty quick build time and shipmen
  9. Tiger winning the 2005 Masters Was the first major I ever watched and is the reason I'm a Tiger fan
  10. > @Red4282 said: > > > @FLAis4golferz said: > > You can invest in a 12 pack of Coca-Cola and soak your wedges in it overnight once a month. It'll take most of the rust off and make them look super clean. Just got my new 60 degree version the other day with scramble winnings and I love it but want to get all the bronzey color off. Love a raw wedge > > I like using CLR, seems less messy and time consuming, just dip a wire brush and starts scrubbing. That being said i wont use raw finishes lol, i prefer a clean look. > > ? I couldn't take a wire brush t
  11. You can invest in a 12 pack of Coca-Cola and soak your wedges in it overnight once a month. It'll take most of the rust off and make them look super clean. Just got my new 60 degree version the other day with scramble winnings and I love it but want to get all the bronzey color off. Love a raw wedge
  12. Every hole is a par 5. 18 5's is a 90. Inevitably, you will make some lower scores and some higher but if you make 5's on the par fours and fives and some 4's on the par threes, you're comfortably in the 80's. It's a simple mindset thing. Give it a shot!
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