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vitaminsteve

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  1. I dont think modern tech is much in the irons you would look at. Not much has changed in blades or players cavity.
  2. If I miss the green I automatically grab my 58* or 60* depending on what is in the bag and my putter. When I get to the ball it might be better to have another wedge but I am to lazy to walk back to the cart and change. So put me down for lob wedge
  3. sorry to lazy to screen the entire thread...did they announce a release date?
  4. I like it. The same people that hate everyhing looking the same, hate things looking different.
  5. There is no way I take a tee out out my pocket until I see 3k in his.
  6. expect things to get hostile and then more hostile on the second nine. Playing for alot of money was never a fun day for me
  7. Alot of club pros charge huge rates, because they teach members. And really dont want to go outside that unless you are willing to pay a stupid amount for it. I knew Kestner when I was a competitive Am, he doesnt want to teach outside the members. Pro's at top clubs have a real cushy job
  8. gyros, frys, bowl of cereal, crunchy tacos, soft shell crab...just food in general that is easy to eat and drive the cart with
  9. To be fair, Callaway is the only one that ever actually really did have a "game changer." If you were playing in the mid 90s, you'll remember that the Great Big Bertha added like 25 yards distance to everyone's tee shot overnight. And that was a real 25 yards. I think the 975d was the driver that was way ahead of the competition, that is the last driver I can say that about. I actually thought about that too. Those may have been 2 of the best drivers ever created. still have my 975d in the garage, will never be used again. some of the best golf experiences were with it, so cant part wit
  10. To be fair, Callaway is the only one that ever actually really did have a "game changer." If you were playing in the mid 90s, you'll remember that the Great Big Bertha added like 25 yards distance to everyone's tee shot overnight. And that was a real 25 yards. I think the 975d was the driver that was way ahead of the competition, that is the last driver I can say that about.
  11. great jazz guitarist Pat Martino once said "learn as much as you can, then forget it all and just play". I think that can be applied to golf also
  12. Really surprised that they are still in business. I play their fairway woods and they are great for me, but just dont see them making a profit. Not many people playing TEE
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