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  1. I like specialty wedges for green side work. In the recent past, however, when PING offered different grinds for the set wedges, I'd go that route for consistent feel. Since that's not an option (and I'm not playing newer offerings), it's Glide 2.0s for me...
  2. The only problem you might have is choosing a putter head style that suits your eye. That takes time, practice, and a bit of willpower...
  3. I love cilantro, I hate, hate, hate a hybrid. Go figure. Edit: Oh, and I have a 4/7/9 wood set waiting in the wings when things go south. Yes, I have a 9 wood...
  4. 14max

    Ping Experts.

    That was one of PING's more questionable "innovations". If I remember correctly, that cover used to scratch the heck out of the putter when inserting or removing it...
  5. Man, some of you need to learn to lay off. Don't like it, don't comment. Easy peasy...
  6. 888-988-FORE (3673) or (916) 808-0977 or [email protected] or MORTON GOLF SALES Order #1234 (Insert Your Order Number Here) ATTN: Jenny K. 3645 Fulton Avenue Sacramento, CA 95821
  7. The lost dialogue from Monty Python and the Holy Grail: And the Lord spake, saying, First shalt thou play whatever they want and take aim at the Holy Pin. Then shalt thou swing on three, no more, no less. Three shall be the number thou shalt swing, and at the number of the swinging shall be on three. On four shalt thou not swing, neither swing thou on two, excepting that thou then proceed to three. Five is right out! Once the number three, being the third number, be reached, then swing thou thy forged player's club towards the Holy Pin...
  8. Because of grips? Good lord, get one (a grip)...
  9. The 200s require a decent strike (which we should strive for anyway). I think the ISIs are forgiving regardless. This'll sound cliche and I certainly don't mean it to be, but the ISIs really do reward a good strike and a bad one isn't as punishing or jarring...
  10. I've got ISIs (4-SW) and i200s (8-UW). The ISIs are the real deal. I've bought and sold numerous sets and continue to come back to them because I still think they're awesome. Trajectory is a bit lower and controllable with the i200s, but, dang, the ISIs keep up with them in terms of distance and they're forgiving to boot. Karsten was firing on all cylinders with the ISIs...
  11. That thing is sick. Man, it's an heirloom and a keeper...
  12. It's more stupid than sad. The flip side of that is then buying clubs so that you can use those headcovers. Double stupid...
  13. No need to justify what you bought or have in backup. That was a d*ck comment by that poster...
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