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  1. More common than you think clubs selling off part of their course for housing development. 36 to 27 or 18.
  2. If you are anywhere near a Rodger Dunn head there, particularly the Santa Ana superstore. They will get you squared away. Agree on finding an OEM and then getting last year's or the year before's model. More or less will have the same DNA and you will save a bundle.
  3. Agree that you will need a car otherwise it will be such a hassle. I know of some clubs where your budget might work if you are in a junior category. Just be aware that 5-10k in dues may be closer to 10-20k all in, depending on the club and how much you use it.
  4. $380 is steep, but its a great design and its in Maui. Views are awesome. How often do you get to Maui? Maybe splurge if you don't get there that often
  5. It has been great to have this shaft in my collection. For sale: Taylor Made SLDR 460cc 9.5 head with Matrix Ozik TP7HD X flex shaft at 44.5" (came from tour van). Great setup, particularly this shaft - smooth, buttery, stable, and lively all at once. Head is in great shape. Asking $450 shipped
  6. I think first and foremost support your club/shop/HP as much as possible. Participate in events, bring guests out, buy stuff in the shop. Eat and drink regularly. Be nice and affable.
  7. Good to hear! Let us know your thoughts on Decade and progress
  8. 1. Know carry distances. Make a chart/list and consult it. 2. Try to only have one swing/shot. Golf is hard enough to do one shot very well, let alone a fade, a draw, a change up, a fast ball. Whatever the number is, pick the closest club you got and swing your normal shot. You can't really try to make birdies/knock it stiff - you will be better served letting the birdies come to you. 3. Check out Decade by Scott Fawcett. Big fan and really insightful content on how to play this game. He says the paradox of golf is that it is so hard that you have to play it cor
  9. What a situation - curious what Rancho could even do about it if they were so inclined
  10. Hacienda is on another level course wise. Price wise is it even comparable to Alta Vista or Yorba or others?
  11. What is your routine with it? How do you use it? Got the app last week. Been playing around with the different tones at home and at the course, with and without balls. Think I like using the voice versions better than the beeps. Only could find a few specific drills on the website to work with the app and get the ratios integrated into your swings.
  12. My club does first come first serve. Price is steep and so is the three day commitment. Ok at this point missing out. Agree on not needing a pair of shoes I don't pick out myself.
  13. Adding support for the club glove, especially if you want to put other stuff in with your clubs. I found the hard cases much heavier and don't leave room for extra stuff - I throw shoes etc. in the clubs. Had the same club glove last bag since college maybe mid 2000s, still going strong.
  14. Atlanta is very nice. Austin too. I'd recommend New Orleans, but the golf leaves something to be desired.
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