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  1. I don't know, that cart looked damn fast!
  2. That's on you. Can't blame anybody but yourself for that move.
  3. I am average (not WRX average) and I'm fine with my distance. I can hit the green in regulation and have a chance at par. I don't care what club(s) it took to get there.
  4. Between the number I have lost (50+) in the last few months combined with the fact only a few dozen people even play this course, I'm kinda surprised I haven't found more. I know if it's orange, a Nike, or a Srixon, it's one of mine.
  5. I don't get the hate for carts. Did you get run over or something? What has a cart done to you? You watch Steph Curry on "The Match" using a cart and having a blast. I would argue he is fit enough to walk. Even carry his bag. Yet he rolls in style and plays quickly doing it. If it's good enough for Steph, it's good enough for me.
  6. Yeah, I was supposed to get 150 balls (50/each) and he sent me a couple deals and next thing I know I have about 400ish. Plus 2 48 boxes of Nitros I'm still working through. Then I have a round like yesterday where I find 2 of mine from other rounds and end up +2 for the day.
  7. Yeah, I found a guy in Canada that I ended up getting way too many from for about $.40/each. But 75% or better look brand new and play well for me. I was losing 6+ a round last year when I restarted. I have actually played a few rounds now where I didn't lose any. But I have like 300+ balls to go through still.
  8. At your size, get a used set of SGI irons and spend money on lessons. When your game is ready for better clubs, upgrade My whole bag is less than $500 and retailed for about $3k. My irons are from '01, but everything else is the last few years. But I LOVE my irons.
  9. I bought a few too many bags of 50 "near mint" balls to try when I was trying to find a ball I liked. It's way cheaper than paying full price to lose a few trials, but I am a cheap bastxxx. I still haven't found "the ball" but I have more Srixon than anything right now. So I might end up there.
  10. As a side note, I still have not noticed a difference in balls. Unless I look at the ball I hit, I couldn't tell you what it was based on hitting it. Hell, the Callaway Chromesoft I found a few weeks back has lasted about 3 rounds (unheard of in my bag) and is still going strong. But I swear it's the 4 leaf logo that's on it.
  11. From PayPal's website: https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/paypal-safety-and-security You're Protected If: Your order arrives, but it's significantly different than it was described. There are a variety of scenarios that meet this condition, for instance: You received a counterfeit version of the item. Example: You purchased a Rolex, but received a Faux-Lex. So again, if you buy them with PayPal and they aren't legit, you will get your money back. If they prove to be legit, you got a set of irons for the price of one a
  12. I play Srixon Q Star white and Nitro Crossfire orange.
  13. If you pay with PayPal and the aren't legit, they are free. I would love to try them to see if free clubs could compete with legit clubs. If I could get them in lefty, it would be worth it to try. It's free if they are fake, if they are legit, they were $360/set vs $280/club.
  14. I have had great luck and saved a few bucks getting my shafts on eBay. Not sure it's worth the effort to make fake shafts.
  15. If I was right handed, I would buy these to try for sure. $360 pay with PayPal, done.
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