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  1. Wasn’t there a comment on one of the articles about Phil’s 2 wood that the 6 TX was a 6X tipped 1 inch already in the construction process, so that you still had the full raw length of the shaft to play with?
  2. Cool. I’m not saying it’s bad, I’ve always liked spin (hence the BXS) just noticed these have been on the higher side.
  3. Anyone else notice their TCB’s spin more than other irons? I was playing raw Apex MB’s before these (both with x100) and I am spinning the TCB’s more. I ended up having to switch from my Tour BXS to a CSX LS, which honestly hasn’t been a bad thing the LS is fantastic off the driver.
  4. Having played both for a while I’d say the XD is the most comparable in the Mitsu lineup to the Ventus black. The XD always seemed to have a “long ball” in it from time to time, but the Ventus black for me is more consistent shot to shot. I played the XD 70 TX tipped 1” and now playing the black 6X tipped 1”.
  5. I need to get mine blasted in the next few months, did you just email the guys about dropping by? I live in Houston and am in DFW once a month so getting there isn’t a problem.
  6. Bumping an older topic. My coach and I were working on gapping yesterday and are going to combine 3 and 5 wood into a 16.5 (or just play the SIM2 5 wood) and put a 3 iron back in the bag for a 240 carry shot. Wondering if anyone has any more input on p760 vs 770 vs 790 in the 3 iron? Shaft with be a GOST Tour X since I like it so much in my SIM UDI 2 (it goes too far for gapping). 19/19.5 degrees is where we want to settle and then into my 22.5 TCB 4 iron. I want something more iron like, I don’t love the chunky-ish soles of most driving irons (just got an xforged UT to try and don’t love it). Thanks for any input.
  7. I’ve got that neck on my 0117, has been phenomenal for me.
  8. You have to have one to compete, if this wasn’t a requirement and we all just played straight up gross, no I wouldn’t have one.
  9. So what your saying is by posting it I have “made it available.” Even if NO ONE checks it, it’s fine for posting purposes? Effectively playing solo. And no, I don’t think I will. Let’s “grow the game” but making it easier for folks who want to compete. A score submitted for handicap purposes must be made available for peer review as soon as possible after completion of the round. To facilitate the process of peer review: (i) A player, or someone authorized by the player, must submit their score as soon as possible after completion of the round, and (ii)The Handicap Committeeshould ensure a submitted score is posted to the player’s scoring record as soon as possible. 4.4/1 – Clarification of Meaning of Peer Review as a Method of Certification of Scores Peer review is normally conducted by someone: Playing in the same group or who was present during the round, and/or Who is a member of the same golf club as the player. In all cases, it must be someone who: Has formed a reasonable basis from which to provide support for a score that has been posted or challenge the player on any anomalies in the posted score, or Has knowledge of the player’s demonstrated ability and can reasonably verify or challenge the Handicap Index issued to the player.
  10. the way I read this, my round from Friday doesn’t count in the USGA’s eyes. A score submitted for handicap purposes must be made available for peer review as soon as possible after completion of the round. To facilitate the process of peer review: (i) A player, or someone authorized by the player, must submit their score as soon as possible after completion of the round, and (ii)The Handicap Committeeshould ensure a submitted score is posted to the player’s scoring record as soon as possible. 4.4/1 – Clarification of Meaning of Peer Review as a Method of Certification of Scores Peer review is normally conducted by someone: Playing in the same group or who was present during the round, and/or Who is a member of the same golf club as the player. In all cases, it must be someone who: Has formed a reasonable basis from which to provide support for a score that has been posted or challenge the player on any anomalies in the posted score, or Has knowledge of the player’s demonstrated ability and can reasonably verify or challenge the Handicap Index issued to the player.
  11. Then please tell me how to read what the USGA has published.
  12. From the USGA website: Certification of Score The verification of a player’s score. This can be evidenced in two ways: By a marker’s physical signature or electronic certification, and/or Through peer review. So if a playing partner or marker does not review your score it doesn’t count towards a handicap, right?
  13. I post through the Texas Golf Association (my “club”) so I’m sure there is a chair, but there are also 120k people signed up through TGA so not sure they would be super helpful with a handicap complaint.
  14. Because my buddies are ding dongs when it comes to golf, and probably not even know what the GHIN app is (or ask to see my card)
  15. Because you belong to a club (?), which a lot of golfers don’t. I don’t right now because where I live it’s 100k fee if you can even get off the waiting list in the first place. What I’m asking is, what do you do when their is no committee?
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