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  1. The Tommy Armour Atomic can be had for $200. Yes, it's DSG's house brand, but the reviews are good and it's closer to the tier of drivers from the big OEMs, in terms of performance and build quality, than it is to any other house brand or Walmart level driver out there.
  2. Looks like a homemade attempt at a shotmaker
  3. The "brown" stuff just looks like light reflecting off the plastic, to me.
  4. > @brew4eagle said: > > @Brooky03 said: > > Went into DSG to buy a M6 but the employee said they were out of forms. Looks like I missed out. Gonna kick myself if Rory wins. > > The 'form' prints out with your receipt when you pay. The little postcard form is for non-purchase entries. Oh, nice! Looks like I'll be heading back there tonight
  5. Went into DSG to buy a M6 but the employee said they were out of forms. Looks like I missed out. Gonna kick myself if Rory wins.
  6. Their logo is a straight knockoff of The Golf Club (video game). That's something.
  7. I'm with you. I don't know what a seller could do. I don't think they have a mechanism to deny the eBay discount code, because they're not really in the picture to begin with. I guess they'd have to pull the listings or increase the price to negate the discount? Seems like a lot for the manufacturers to ask
  8. You can still buy leather golf shoes and the switch from metal spikes wasn't the shoe manufacturers' decision. Anyway, back to the Jordans. The Jordan brand doesn't sell a high volume of golf shoes. I'd doubt a counterfeiter would bother going through the extra effort to fake Jordan golf shoes when they could just keep faking the basketball shoes, probably with much better margins.
  9. They fit true to size for me, but I'd consider the shirt length a tad long. Good if you tuck in your polos.
  10. It would make more financial sense to buy a driver at the beginning of the golf season and then sell it at the end. Rinse, wash, repeat. The depreciation of the driver, assuming you don't wreck it, would be less than the amount you'd pay to rent it. I think the subscription model only makes sense if: a) you can't scrounge up $500 up front, or are unwilling to put it on a credit card. and/or b) you don't feel comfortable selling used clubs.
  11. This entire thread is an exercise in semantics.
  12. I have a 58 degree, which is a lob wedge in practically everyone's book. When you're short sided, it's invaluable. I also prefer to play a full swing from 100 yards out and the 58 allows me to do that.
  13. I'm the guy who keeps score until a stretch of really bad holes and then says, 'to hell with it.'
  14. If you're addicted, yes, it probably helps. If you're not addicted, it would probably make things worse.
  15. If it wasn't a score that was being posted, part of a competition, or money wasn't on the line, then I don't see why it would matter. Rib him if you want, sure. But making a big deal about it or scolding him would be a jerk move.
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