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  1. 1. Your closest Club Champion location? Houston, TX 2. Would you like to win a Driver or Putter Package? Driver 3. Did you follow Club Champion on Twitter? Yes 4. How would a Club Champion Driver or Putter package help your game? I’d like to find a driver that helps to keep my ball in play…
  2. I have the same range finder and just picked up a magnetic strap a month or so ago. I’ve left the range finder on my cart 3 times since installing the strap. The first time I realized it at the car and walked back to recover it. The second 2 times I realized I left it several days later when I was at the range and found the empty range finder pocket in my bag. Luckily both times the cart boys returned it to the pro shop, but I am at a private club were carts are returned to staff at the cart barn. I’m close to throwing the magnetic strap away.
  3. The diameter of the grip. The larger size keeps the face from opening and closing as much for some players. Though, if you have a death grip on a standard sized grip and a larger helps relieve tension it could allow the face to rotate/close more easily. So I’d take any statements on grips/size as anecdotal and test for yourself.
  4. Odyssey Stroke Lab Seven putter, 34”, used - $175 shipped Titleist TSi4 9* driver with RDX Black 70 TX shaft and Lamkin UTX standard grip, shaft tipped 1” and playing at 45”, used. Head has a mark on the clear coat in the high toe area. - $OLD Arccos Sensors. 13 standard and 1 putter. Used. Will require a new subscription. $50 shipped Trade interests - New/like new Vokey wedges, low spinning urethane balls, midsize golf pride grips, cabretta gloves.
  5. Bridgestone J15 CB’s are up there on my list.
  6. C1 in 3w and driver for me. I chose it based on the starting line the setting created for me.
  7. The look of the proto of the 729 Pro looks better to me. I don’t like the look of the lines and scale-like milling on the new 902 PD. The CB’s look okay. I’m currently using the original 902’s and they perform great, so I’m interested in some of the new options.
  8. It's more than likely early extension. Which is typically caused by some other, earlier flaw.
  9. Max Homa is the current leader for scoring average (only 1 event) and had multiple 78’s last season. DJ was #2 after Rahm for 2021 and has a 77 and 78 carded. That’s just the 1st two I looked at in less than a minute of searching. There are numerous PGA Tour players that have shot occasional rounds in the high 70’s and a few with rounds in the 80’s.
  10. I think you are right to an extent, but when the difference is a few strokes the coach is going with the easier option (the kid with the good attitude). That’s coming from Golf Placement Services who are ran by a former college coach and interact regularly with all of the big school coaches. Another factor to consider is high school GPA and SAT scores. The coaches want to know the kid isn’t going to have issues with eligibility either.
  11. I have the TX in my driver and 3 wood (70/80) and the 100 in 6.5 for my 2i. As far as I can tell it’s the same materials. I swing around 120 and the 70 in 6.5 at 3.5* of torque feels soft to me, but I also have a quick tempo/hard transition.
  12. You literally just said a good player shooting in the 90's should drop out because they must not have practiced and that the tournament would be bad for their mental game. That is not a valid excuse to withdrawal. No tournament player should have more than a few WD ever and they should always be due to injury/illness. I'm sure other leagues do this, but the STPGA has two indicators for WD's; one for injury/illness that is consider "excused" and a generic WD which most people frown upon. My son has a WD, but only 1, and because his foot was fractured and we didn't know it until after. He broke it earlier in the week and we were hoping it was something less serious, but it became obvious after a few holes of walking that he couldn't play. X-ray's afterward revealed the fracture. Either way, I don't think we are seeing eye to eye here, so good luck to your kid.
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