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  1. > @NJpatbee said: > ****> @żaNonCompetitive1 said:A > > > @NJpatbee said: > > > After a fair amount of experimenting I have chosen the Titleist DT Trusoft as my regular ball. Nice soft ball, about as long as the Softfli and Supersoft, but holds the green better on approach shots. You can normally buy the Trisoft by the sleeve at pro shops. > > > > Intersted by this. You ever tried Wilson DX2 or Cally supersoft? > > > I have played the Supersoft and it is a fine ball, similar to the Softfli with a touch more rollout on my approach sho
  2. I am going to say it free, the cars look a shell and empty... Short hand: Tin looking
  3. Rather than it getting too silly, can we just talk on the age and be real about it if you don't mind. I am interested If you could give me what you perceive as the top age limit in the modern era to do the following: Qualify for a major (listed as amateur) and in turn compete as an amateur (nobleman) - win the competition and call teacher it's number one reason. Is there an actual age cap for doing this? It would be personal for me if that rings a rhyme. Please no drafting. I won't reply. I will sift through any unwanted tales, trust me. Short hand: Provide max age limit to qua
  4. The best gamers play alone at least part of the time.
  5. > @Ferguson said: > > @NonCompetitive1 said: > > Talk about putting the player under the pump. If you don't want to respect the rules you deserve the needle. I'm happy with them to give her the big hit. > > > This thread will die on the vine. > > > > I did learn a new phrase though, **"under the pump." ** > > > I am taking that phrase and using it in everyday life. > Thanks. > I agree. Feel free all my posts are riddles. Some people are too stupid to ever understand them. The smarter posters see what I mean.
  6. > @musclefront said: > > @NonCompetitive1 said: > > > @avgjoe88 said: > > > I'm by no means a rules expert, but as someone playing on the professional level, regardless if you were out for a while or not, wouldn't one of the first things you do is look at the rule changes? I'm not calling her a liar by any means, and this may be a little out of context for this thread. That was just what I was thinking when I first heard the story break. > > > > I know exactly what you mean. Extra attempt to play the field. Good job they upheld on the rule book. &
  7. > @avgjoe88 said: > I'm by no means a rules expert, but as someone playing on the professional level, regardless if you were out for a while or not, wouldn't one of the first things you do is look at the rule changes? I'm not calling her a liar by any means, and this may be a little out of context for this thread. That was just what I was thinking when I first heard the story break. I know exactly what you mean. Extra attempt to play the field. Good job they upheld on the rule book.
  8. Cricky o reilly op. I don't know how to tell you this... wool over your eyes
  9. Talk about putting the player under the pump. If you don't want to respect the rules you deserve the needle. I'm happy with them to give her the big hit.
  10. Saucepan and golf ball only. 18 holes. Fewest shots wins.
  11. I don't mean to be mean. But golf was invented for fresh air, nothing more or less. Carts aren't meant to be a thing. 5 holes walking is slicker than 18 holes in a cart. Glad you came around full circle. Walking is for the real players. Riding solo is something even swifter if you get my drift... good luck.
  12. Interesting, you are tipping me towards the Snell. Good stuff aquapig.
  13. > @aquapig said: > > @NonCompetitive1 said: > > > @aquapig said: > > > > @NonCompetitive1 said: > > > > > @aquapig said: > > > > > Cally Supersoft is hard to beat. > > > > > > > > Has a good sound to it? By any chance have you ever compared it with Wilson Staff DX2 soft? Thanks. > > > > > > Yes sounds good. > > > > > > No i haven't. > > > > > > You can grab a dozen at Walmart for 20.00 and try them. > > > > I believe you, I'll
  14. > @NJpatbee said: > After a fair amount of experimenting I have chosen the Titleist DT Trusoft as my regular ball. Nice soft ball, about as long as the Softfli and Supersoft, but holds the green better on approach shots. You can normally buy the Trisoft by the sleeve at pro shops. Intersted by this. You ever tried Wilson DX2 or Cally supersoft?
  15. > @aquapig said: > > @NonCompetitive1 said: > > > @aquapig said: > > > Cally Supersoft is hard to beat. > > > > Has a good sound to it? By any chance have you ever compared it with Wilson Staff DX2 soft? Thanks. > > Yes sounds good. > > No i haven't. > > You can grab a dozen at Walmart for 20.00 and try them. I believe you, I'll look into it. Thanks. You shouldn't have been so helpful. I can see it. This should be interesting.
  16. Saying it as it is isn't being horrible, it's being nice. He is trying to light the fire in Rory and improve him. That's nice of Koepka to do more than horrible.
  17. > @MtlJeff said: > > @NonCompetitive1 said: > > > @MtlJeff said: > > > In mid summer I'd take a 6. This time of year 5 was what I went with. Bunkers are tough, best bet is to roll them out if there's a flattish lip. I did have to hit a true bunker shot on one hole and made double > > > > > > FWIW I am a scratch. I still find breaking 90 very hard playing with 1 club from 6500 > > > > It would be workable for you more if you only played with 1 club for a year. It would make you a better player long term. I think of it like Sev
  18. > @MtlJeff said: > In mid summer I'd take a 6. This time of year 5 was what I went with. Bunkers are tough, best bet is to roll them out if there's a flattish lip. I did have to hit a true bunker shot on one hole and made double > > FWIW I am a scratch. I still find breaking 90 very hard playing with 1 club from 6500 It would be workable for you more if you only played with 1 club for a year. It would make you a better player long term. I think of it like Seve, apart from he was 3 iron. Bravest man in existence, perhaps he is doing this with 1 iron blade..Still interesti
  19. > @300_yard_drives said: > I’m curious who has the record for most weeks at world #2. I would bet it’s Phil. Unfortunately his prime aligned with the most dominant stretch of golf in the modern era. As to thinking mods need a bigger boot? Maybe you are Chinese. Let people say what they want. No one is being harmed here. > @NonCompetitive1 said: > > > @lawsonman said: > > > > @NonCompetitive1 said: > > > > Does it matter? He is one of the greatest flair players in the history of the game. He is what he is. Not everyone is the same. He's a good guy..
  20. 6 iron due to bunkers. I would suggest 4 iron for scratch golfer.
  21. > @lawsonman said: > > @NonCompetitive1 said: > > Does it matter? He is one of the greatest flair players in the history of the game. He is what he is. Not everyone is the same. He's a good guy.. > > > > Hi OP, I misread the post a little. > > > > Interesting stat. He's a good guy Michelson, one of the best characters that ever existed in golf. > > > > You are fiery and real op, that's amazing...hence the initial misread.. > > > > When I think of Michelson I think of the backwards shot clip, insane flair and he's actu
  22. > @aquapig said: > Cally Supersoft is hard to beat. Has a good sound to it? By any chance have you ever compared it with Wilson Staff DX2 soft? Thanks.
  23. Sounds like you are doing too much. Slow down. See if that helps. I am with Ferguson on the feet. Make sure you don't have any ingrown nails, cracked skin or anything like an achilles issue..
  24. Does it matter? He is one of the greatest flair players in the history of the game. He is what he is. Not everyone is the same. He's a good guy.. Hi OP, I misread the post a little. Interesting stat. He's a good guy Michelson, one of the best characters that ever existed in golf. You are fiery and real op, that's amazing...hence the initial misread.. When I think of Michelson I think of the backwards shot clip, insane flair and he's actually a funny guy when I think of it too. He was like a genie with a golf club in his prime and honestly I think he still is. One of my favourite pl
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