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  1. Seriously OP thinks he knows where Spieth was aiming. SMFH You're not Jordan's caddie or coach either. SMFH. It is possible you are Jordan Spieth himself, though, in which case you could SAY you were aiming 100 yards right and you pre-planned the whole thing. I didn't say I was. I am not the one making the claim that I know where Jordan was aiming. You are the one pretending that you know where he was aiming and how far off line his drive went, when in fact you are clueless about both. However it certainly looked like he was aiming where Kucher's drive ended up, the right rough, an
  2. Ignore is for pu____s! Profane and degrading terminology for female sex organs violate the terms of service. Is that why you didn't fill in the blank in your post? But wait, what would that make you?
  3. Seriously OP thinks he knows where Spieth was aiming. SMFH You're not Jordan's caddie or coach either. SMFH. It is possible you are Jordan Spieth himself, though, in which case you could SAY you were aiming 100 yards right and you pre-planned the whole thing. I didn't say I was. I am not the one making the claim that I know where Jordan was aiming. You are the one pretending that you know where he was aiming and how far off line his drive went, when in fact you are clueless about both. However it certainly looked like he was aiming where Kucher's drive ended up, the right rough, and
  4. But if it's ok to judge someone who likes playing alone, then it's OK to judge a marathon runner, a marathon "runner," a bad pro, and so forth. I think a lot of us spend a whole lot of our free time on an Internet forum because the real world does not hold what we seek, and is lacking or unfulfilling in interpersonal relationships. So there are gonna be a lot of us that think we are social and participate freely in socializing with strangers, but at some level know deep down inside we are off-putting and alienate people. And then there are some of who are more introverted who know at so
  5. There's really nothing to understand, if someone HATES HATES HATES it's a reflection on them not the people targeted. And for the record I hope you know I'm being sarcastic with all the jacked talk, the irony is I'm not a big guy but of course can drive it 342 carry ?? I said I hate hate HATE playing with strangers because of the opinions expressed in this thread, and what that reflects about how most human beings heavily analyze, judge, and have sometimes strong feelings about someone they get paired with. That's a reflection on human psychology, not me. And if I go to play as a sing
  6. Seriously OP thinks he knows where Spieth was aiming. SMFH You're not Jordan's caddie or coach either. SMFH. It is possible you are Jordan Spieth himself, though, in which case you could SAY you were aiming 100 yards right and you pre-planned the whole thing.
  7. Any shafts out there exactly like or similar to the stock Fujikura Pro 56? Please recommend one.
  8. Your question was answered, verbatim, in the opening post. Do you have any shaft suggestions?
  9. Well, then I will assume I maybe had him play through my group at a course on LA 14 years ago. (But what are the chances; there are probably hundreds of people in SoCal with Staff bags with their name on them that drive expensive cars and don't seem to be good at golf, so it probably wasn't the same person). It'd be funny and random if it was, though. He's actually a pretty good golfer. I suppose he's just not a very good professional golfer. As his record seem to show he's never cashed a check. If it's same dude I'm thinking of, hehe, well let's just say that guy doesn't need the mone
  10. I'll be contrary on this one. No we do not. Not at all. If you claim to be a pro and a decent (+1-3HC) golfer spanked your behind playing his usual par game on easy courses, you deserve to feel a little heat. Especially if you're sitting at plus 8 at the turn. Those rounds can happen, don't get me wrong, but to watch one where you know the guy is much more capable is entirely different than to watch someone that has no clue how to score claims That they're a "pro". I see if it way too often, usually laughably so. If you're a pro, great! Play like one. If you're not, don't tell me you are then
  11. Like they say in the NBA: it's gonna be a bar fight. (Golf's version of a bar fight). With so many players with so much to prove, everyone's gonna be hungry. Brooks Koepka won't be the only one with his tongue out licking his lower lips as he wets his appetite for birdies; they're all (ALL of them) gonna be in apex-predator mode. Nothing will be left in the bag; these guys will be full throttle. Rory will be in full beast mode. Jordan will want this more than any tournament ever. And Rickie has won there (I'm not saying he'll win but there's something to be said for that), so maybe h
  12. Well, then I will assume I maybe had him play through my group at a course on LA 14 years ago. (But what are the chances; there are probably hundreds of people in SoCal with Staff bags with their name on them that drive expensive cars and don't seem to be good at golf, so it probably wasn't the same person). It'd be funny and random if it was, though.
  13. The stock Fujykura Pro 56 R flex in my M2 is awesome, but I want a different shaft so I can look hardcore (and yes I'm being serious; just trying to keep it real here). Is there an aftermarket shaft that plays similar? I preferably want a shaft that has a bizarre long name with elusive and enigmatic acronymns, as well, like 7.3 GF-ZBT centrocore advanced, with striking colors.
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