Jump to content

BarrySanders

Advanced Members
  • Content Count

    98
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

5 Neutral

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. I went out today and played golf with my dad. I'm an ok golfer(like a 6-8 handicap), and I use blades. I played a 7000 yard course, which was a 74/140 rating. A good round would be a high 70's score on this course. My dad keeps his old clubs(1994 big bertha irons) at his 2nd home. On our 2nd round today, I decided to use his irons and play from his tees(Around 6300) yards. Game improvement clubs are not real golf clubs. It is like using a tennis racquet to hit a ball. You can't mishit the club. You can basically talk a halfswing with a 5 iron and hit it 180 yards. So, handicap wise, I would
  2. He is bad for golf. He needs to understand golf is entertainment. Boring
  3. I couldn't find the serial numbers, and there are 0 of these being sold on ebay in america. It has the honma label on the hosel shown in the last pic:
  4. Anyone have any experience with the 6 lesson plan thing?
  5. Anyone know if the Pga superstore has good lessons? Anyone else?
  6. Thread is about unpopular things. Not the most popular opinions
  7. People who play game improvement clubs should have 5 strokes added on to their score
  8. Umm, this isn't an opinion or unpopular. The point of business is to make money.
  9. Handing out negs soon to people who say things like: New equipment won't make you better Golf is boring to watch. These aren't unpopular.
  10. Is this M5 made by the same company and just switched the name on it? It is the same exact club https://www.ebay.com/itm/SET-OF-2-NEW-M5-59-65-Degree-Sand-Wedge-Golf-Club-RH-Right-Hand/143433829737?hash=item2165528d69:g:HwwAAOSw3XZcrSrJ
  11. What would be the point of a 500cc driver? It would be like swinging a tennis racket
  12. I just wanted to strengthen my point on game improvement irons. Sorry, but you aren't playing golf. You are playing tennis with a racquet. I didn't have my blades when I was in Florida this month, so I used my dad's 1994 big bertha irons. 180 yard 7 irons of the toe that curve back to the center is not golf.
×
×
  • Create New...