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  1. Anyone tried these? Looks like they could benefit someone that struggles with weight transfer or balance.
  2. Srixon z785s are some of the best feeling irons I've ever hit.
  3. I know this is an old thread and you probably don't need the recommendation anymore but maybe someone else will find it useful. The Wilderness Club is one of the best courses I've ever played. It's about a hour north of Whitefish
  4. Viniterra is a good course just west of Williamsburg in New Kent. It's usually in good shape.
  5. If you're there during the week you can walk on no problem. Also check out the course at Sewanee while you're there.
  6. I don't think i have any pics of it when it was raw. I already refinished it
  7. Only way I was able to get the finish off mine was to bead blast it
  8. No dues credits at my club and I hope there won't be
  9. Only Bulls Bay is private but you can still get on. I have heard the unaccompanied fee is $250-300. The other 6 are public.
  10. Joining a private club 2 years ago was the best golf decision I ever made. I still play other public courses sometimes but I will always have a membership at a private club from now on. The flexibility and pace of play alone make it worth the cost.
  11. Haven't played it since it re opened but heard its in pretty good shape
  12. Beau Rivage, Cape Fear National, and Wilmington Municipal is a Donald Ross design
  13. I work a lot on my game but I enjoy doing it. If I ever stopped enjoying it I would stop playing or at least take a break.
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