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  1. Deion Sanders Deion Sanders was the best football player I've ever seen. He had to bait QBs to throw at his guy. He won defensive player of the year when he was with the 49ers and only played half the season. Niners likely don't beat Dallas & go on to win the SB that season w/o Prime. You can argue Curry is this generation's Joe Montana in the Bay Area.
  2. How do you know how much he practices or plays......I have heard this a lot in this thread.....Anyone know how much he practices or is this just a guess? Some were comparing his playing & practice frequency compared to the pros - definitely much less. Dude has been on local news almost daily since the end of the season. He just got back a couple days before the tournament from a week in Asia and then HBs wedding in RI, and crashing a 20-something party and spilling Bud Light all over himself. No time to play. And he's said he plays once a month during the season. He does have a puttin
  3. He's actually played the course about 10 times, not that it takes away from his superb accomplishment. One of the players in his group yesterday was a first timer and said he was getting course tips from Curry during practice. Curry said that even during the biggest NBA games, things move so fast that there's really not much time to be affected by all the attention or give much thought to any pressure. He's just locked in to what he and the team are trying to do. Totally different experience between the ropes, he said, where there's plenty of time between shots, and you have to really make a
  4. He's actually played the course about 10 times, not that it takes away from his superb accomplishment. One of the players in his group yesterday was a first timer and said he was getting course tips from Curry during practice. Curry said that even during the biggest NBA games, things move so fast that there's really not much time to be affected by all the attention or give much thought to any pressure. He's just locked in to what he and the team are trying to do. Totally different experience between the ropes, he said, where there's plenty of time between shots, and you have to really make
  5. that's impressive Even more so considering it looked like he might not break 80 after 8 holes. A lot of first time tournament attendees out there the past couple days. And quite a few youngster with previously no golf exposure who now want to pick up the game. The "Steph effect" is nothing but good for the game, as far as I'm concerned.
  6. My first "real" set was my i3's, but I started with a new 11-club Wilson ProStaff OS set (3 woods and 8 irons) w/graphite shafts that I bought in 2000, about a month after picking up the game. I think I got them at Sportsmart, Oshman's, or someplace like that. I rounded out the set with a pos used wedge, a new Ping Anser 2 putter, and a new Nike bag. I still use the same bag and putter today.
  7. I picked up a newly Ping-refinished set of i3 O-size irons last summer. They looked brand new. I've tried to end this "experiment" a few times since but can't do it. They suit my swing really well. I'm sure it's not just the model but the shaft, swing weight, etc as well. I just have to suck up not playing a newer set, a couple of which I have sitting around waiting to be put on Craigslist.
  8. I know a dude who bags a 5-driver and a fairway wedge. But his pronunciation is perfect.
  9. I'd be all Ping if it wasn't for my '07 Burner 3W. Have tried, but can't take it out.
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