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  1. > @68bronco said: > > @hh2nd said: > > I just got back today from a southwest Ireland trip. If you fly to Shannon, you can drive directly to Lahinch in about 45 minutes. Play Lahinch and either catch the last Killimer Ferry and drive to Ballybunion directly after playing Lahinch, or stay in Lahinch and play another 18 at The Castle Course. Either way, get a 10:30 tee time at Ballybunion (which you might not be able to do on this short of notice) and then ride another 18 on the Cashen Course. Stay in Ballybunion that night. McMunn's is a great option for dinner + lodging.
  2. I just got back today from a southwest Ireland trip. If you fly to Shannon, you can drive directly to Lahinch in about 45 minutes. Play Lahinch and either catch the last Killimer Ferry and drive to Ballybunion directly after playing Lahinch, or stay in Lahinch and play another 18 at The Castle Course. Either way, get a 10:30 tee time at Ballybunion (which you might not be able to do on this short of notice) and then ride another 18 on the Cashen Course. Stay in Ballybunion that night. McMunn's is a great option for dinner + lodging. Head to Tralee the next day. Tralee is truly spectacu
  3. I just shake my head every time I see one of those... Like really man... Sorry just had to say it Everyone can decode the sarcasm in the original sight dot post, right?...
  4. I have a SLAP tear as well... hasn't stopped me from golfing , and it rarely bothers me anymore. Is yours in your right or left shoulder? And do you play right or left handed? The tear is in my left shoulder, and when I get to the top, there is a distinct pull, like my left shoulder wants to come out of socket.
  5. Turns out it is a SLAP tear. Physical therapy starts tomorrow...
  6. How was a labrum tear diagnosed without an MRI? Did a bunch of push/pull type of tests with arm in different positions, range of motion stuff, etc. Finally said, "Ok, I'm pretty certain what this is - let me try one more thing." Did that one last test, I gasped and almost said some bad words, he said, "Yep - you've most likely got a torn labrum." MRI Arthrogram (sp?) to confirm coming later this week.
  7. Yes - headed next Friday for the MRI with dye. Unless there is a cyst or something unexpected, first course of action is going to be cortisone and PT. Surgery is not an option right now as I've got a trip to SW Ireland lined up with my Dad and 2 brothers in June. Glad to hear that your surgery worked and you are 100%!
  8. Turns out it is a torn labrum. MRI next week to confirm...
  9. What feedback am I looking for and what will it mean/not mean? Thanks
  10. What did the pull feel like at the top of your backswing? I destroyed my right shoulder about 20 years ago and while it is not as strong as I'd like it to be, it doesn't come out of socket any more. My left one (the one i recently injured) feels like a rubber band at the top of a backswing. I can get to about 75-80% with no pain.
  11. I play right handed and feel like I might have a little tear in my left rotator cuff. There is a little tug when I get to the top and it feels like something in my shoulder wants to roll over. Anyone have experience with this? I'm going to go see an orthopedic guy soon - just want to see if anyone has had to rehab a shoulder before without having surgery. Sorry if this is in the wrong forum...
  12. WUT?! This reads like one of those epic threads on deal or no deal. And still have a putter up with a 4 digit asking price with this nonsense going on?
  13. call parents. contact golf coach. absolutely no good reason to give the kid a break. better to bust him now instead of letting his weasling ways snowball in to something much bigger further along in his life. if the parents and golf coach can't straighten him out and get your stuff back, then you call the cops.
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