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  1. I could use this cannon to replace my old tried and true r7tp 3 wood
  2. I'm putting my faithful old gamer up for sale as I have moved onto the latest and greatest. Titleist 910D3 9.5* driver. Diamana Ahina' 72g Stiff shaft. Plays 45.5" to the best of my measuring ability. The pictures tell the story, it has been used, not destroyed. Some face markings from hitting range balls and being played for the last 5 years. Some light sole markings from normla use and some tee markings on the sole that I didn't try to get off. One thing I will say about it, it has a beautiful smaller traditional look at address. It is a cannon wh
  3. Sounds like I'll trend towards keeping them for the season. Maybe by next year some of the manufacturing demand will have caught up and I'll look at a switch. I bought these new in 2006. I was around a 3 at the time. Now I'm playing to an 8. They have been solid sticks and some of the irons show a little wear but they are also cast and they must be some hard suckers because I've put them through their paces. The only thing I could fault them is that that it's difficult to alter the trajectory of my shots. I've got the high shot and the higher shot haha. Thanks a
  4. I've started back playing regularly after a 6-7 year hiatus of only playing a couple of rounds a year. I'm in the process of updating my bag. I'm still gaming a set of TM r7tp irons with tt black gold shafts. I hit these high and have found them be a good fit for my game, so much so that I'm hesitant to switch. Prior to that I played a set of Mizuno mp-30s which were practically blades. I don't work the ball much unless absolutely necessary and I find the r7tps difficult to shape more than a few yards either way anyway. I'm far more concerned with accuracy of my irons vs dis
  5. Back in the day I played a Cobra L4Vx. Talk about obnoxious, LOUD, you could hear it on the other side of the course. Loved it! haha
  6. I did like my 910d3 and it's look at address. I have played a variety of drivers in the past though so I'm not too hung up on it. With that being said I did have my eye on a G400 Max or the like. I have not seen the newest TM or Cobra offerings to compare. Thanks for the feedback guys, keep it coming!
  7. Just a little background on me. I am a high single digit handicap (regular rounds anywhere from 75-80 currently) I played collegiate golf 15 years ago. I have a relatively flat swing (irons are 2* flat) with a fast transition. I currently have a SS in the neighborhood of 105mph. I am coming from playing a 910D3 which was plenty long but it kills me when I don't hit it right. I bought it back around 2012 but basically stopped playing golf for several years as we started our family. I am getting back to playing regularly and want to pick up a new driver. I am looking for something reaso
  8. I had a little more time today to update the listing with everything else. I'm open to trades but I'm mainly looking for driver shafts with Titleist adapter (I'm on the line of stiff/x) or putters.
  9. End of the year bag cleanout! 1. Nike Method Matter M4|10 center shafted putter. It plays at dead 34 inches (cut down from 35). Gripped with a practically new superstroke ultra slim 1.0. Putter is a solid 8.7/10 save for a little sole/face edge wear and one small mark on the top line consistent with use Includes a headcover but it is NOT the original one. Headcover has seen its better days but has sufficed since I managed to lose the original. SPF 2. Taylormade r7tp TOUR ISSUE 15* 3 wood.
  10. I've been in the lottery for the last 13 years for practice round and then tournament tickets once they started offering them again. My parents have been in the lottery for the same duration. None of us have been selected. I agree with other posters, now that I have children, once my son is a little older I will just suck it up, pony up the $$$$$ and go together if I'm not selected to go by then. Hopefully he'll appreciate it but it most definitely be a once in a lifetime chance for us both.
  11. I'm a frequent listener and perhaps I was in the minority when I was sad to see Fairways of Life leave sirius/XM even though I can still follow them by their app though not as convenient. I enjoyed their programming and I also enjoy listening to K&M on tap. Probably the best show on there is Freddie's show imo. On a side note, I have never liked "Morning with Marr". The icing on the cake was this morning when he was berating kids in the Drive Chip and Putt national championship at ANGC for "taking too much time while lining up their putts." He complained that they were crouching dow
  12. Unquestionably they could fix the issue if they wanted. Probably no simple easy solution unless they went to something like a ticket with photo embedded or photo ID. I think that is fairly extreme and invasive though and would take a nod towards unprofessionalism and would go against the spirit of ANGC and the honor that comes with the game. With that being said, I have been in the lottery for 10+ years for both tournament round tickets and practice round tickets. My father was enrolled until he passed in March of last year. Neither of us were/have ever been selected.
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