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  1. Wait, are you saying that replay is available on the line? Like instantaneously on the line?
  2. My first travel bag was a hard case. Used it twice. First time, one of the clips that keep the case closed came back broken (there were 3). Got that one fixed, and the 2nd time, another one was broken. Sheared completely off the case and couldn't be repaired. Got a Club Glove after that (in 2012). Zero issues since then. I just wrap a towel around the clubheads and unscrew the driver head.
  3. I wouldn't necessarily call an 80s shooter a mid-capper. They're probably better than 90% of the golfers out there. That said, nothing wrong with an 80s shooter playing a ProV1. I think the distance you get from a tour quality ball these days is probably only marginally less than a non-urethane ball. And the benefit from added spin around the greens more than offsets any loss of distance off the tee. The only question becomes do you want to pay for the tour ball over the non-tour.
  4. I was able to put a SL2 Americana and a headcover in my cart and get the 40% off discount. But I use the push cart and rarely carry, so the Vessel does suit my needs better.
  5. I kinda wish I hadn't just bought a Vessel - this would've swayed me to Stitch!
  6. Where were you 2 weeks ago when I bought the 8*? haha. I'll try this in low/upright this weekend if no one buys it before then.
  7. SIM2 9* driver head only. I played it for 2 months - probably 10 rounds. I hit it too high. Tried lofting down a notch, but I lose it right. SOLD
  8. If you put all your weight on it, it's a bonehead move. But I'll often step on the clubhead with just enough pressure to get the grip off the ground, then I can get the head of the putter under the grip and pick it up that way. No dents in the green that I've ever seen.
  9. Ugh, FiNe! I still lump them and ebay together and consider them to have taken enough from us over the years. But you're right
  10. Can you do this and then both cancel the sale and return the funds after the items arrive? Or would paypal keep the fees even if you cancel?
  11. I always check the UPS and FedEx rates when shipping ebay items. 9 times outta 10, one of them is cheaper or within $1 of the USPS price. I've also found, if I open an investigation with USPS for an item that hasn't moved in a while, it either moves or is delivered the next day.
  12. Because you're not seeking free relief from the tree
  13. At the risk of putting words in their mouths, I read their replies as they don't think it would be unreasonable to try and bank the ball off the tree, and in that case, you'd get cartpath relief. But you said you wouldn't try that - you would take unplayable lie relief. In that case, you don't get cartpath relief. I think what fairway14 was saying is, once you've determined that banking it off the tree is a reasonable option, you don't have to consider whether unplayable is the better option.
  14. Yes. You said in the 5th post if the cartpath wasn't there, you'd take an unplayable. You'd only try to bank it off the tree if forced to try and hit it.
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