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  1. Went a few years ago with a friend and his family. Really enjoyed Old South, and Pinecrest too. They say that Hilton Head National is one of their favorites, but it was booked up when we went. I also think we played one of the courses at Palmetto Dunes, but I'm not sure if it's public or not; it was probably my favorite of the 3.
  2. I think 5 total. I tried it on one club last year with the standard tour velvet cord. It's definitely larger than normal, but still doesn't feel the same as midsize. The grip feels stretched out and firm with extra tape.
  3. Golf Pride® - #1 Grip on Tour®Can pre-order midsize now
  4. The black models are the Vapor ones, and the blue are Vapor Fly. The pro models have a black face, and the regular ones are silver. Pro models look a bit smaller and are designed to be able to work the ball better, but maybe not as forgiving. I played the Vapor Pro for a few years and really loved it; still my favorite driver I've used. I think I hit the Vapor Fly ones when they came out, but I didn't notice much of a difference, at least not enough to upgrade after just one year. The TW model is really cool though. It has a smaller head, and isn't really made for distance or forgiveness, bu
  5. Taylormade Ardmore 3 putter at 35" I used this putter for 2-3 months, and played maybe 5 rounds with it, but didn't like it more than my current putter. I would say it looks very close to brand new. The marks inside the TP logo and on the bottom are lint from the headcover, not scratches. Standard loft and lie, stock grip. Asking $125, including shipping to continental US.
  6. Probably one of the RX models. If you want more spin, RXS. More distance and less spin, RX. I'd check this out to get an idea: https://www.bridgestonegolf.com/en-us/find-my-ball/ball-selector-tool
  7. I agree with the Vapor Pro Combos. I loved those irons. I never played either, but hit them both, but I remember the Flex 440 seeming more muted than the original Flex to me.
  8. I like these much more than the past couple models. I was hoping we’d get some options as far as sight lines, dots, or just a clean look, but doesn’t look like that’ll happen. Going away from inserts makes me happy, but I wonder how Scotty’s gonna sell it. To bring them in and sell them as magic and then say eh...they’re not all that, doesn’t look good for him. I know that’s not really what happened, some like the inserts, but I wonder what made him leave the inserts.
  9. Yes, I get that. It's hard to keep tolerances that tight. However, the marketing last year made me assume that the lowest tolerance would be right at the limit with no injection, and that anything else would need to be brought back down. Just looks now that there could be some sold that aren't quite at the limit. I don't know that anyone could notice much difference between two of them anyway.
  10. Yeah. I thought the main marketing point of last years was to have all of them right on the legal limit. So they’re basically saying that you can get one under the limit now because some don’t have to be injected.
  11. Seeing all this about bags and possibly gloves coming back has made my day. It's felt so weird to have "Nike Golf" only make clothes and shoes. I'm okay with them not making clubs; I don't think they could do it without the tour guys anymore. But just bringing back some more accessory type stuff is good. It seemed like Nike wasn't putting too much effort into golf anymore, at least to me, so maybe that's changed.
  12. Any chance we see some options without a sight line this year? I’d love to see a sight dot or just a clean putter option.
  13. +1 for the Nike Vapors. I had the Pro Combos and loved them. Maybe the sole was it, but they felt great going through the ground. Didn't really notice how good they were until I got some new Taylormade irons.
  14. > @Jensen said: > Look like TW Practice Short 1.0 from a few years back. My personal favorite are the 3.0 Flex version I think these are the 3.0 Flex. I've had a few pairs of the original practice shorts because I like the longer length, but they don't have that many belt loops or the zipper on the right pocket. I don't mind the "cargo" side pocket on mine, never use it and don't think it looks awful. It's hard to find any of the original or 3.0 anywhere, but the 2.0 is relatively easy to find on ebay and stuff. There's not much difference in the 3 pairs.
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