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miket_81

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  1. That would look sick with a Tour-AD BB in it! Beautiful club! Good luck with sale.
  2. I buy the MG gloves 10-12 at a time. I mostly buy the Dynagrip Elite but buy a few of the Techgrips for the damp/humid days. I can't see myself going to another grip. Sign up for their email and you will get discount offers.
  3. This is the cheapest I’ve seen one of these in this condition. plus free shaft and grip!
  4. Ahh 10-4... About a month ago I did some research and was going to order one. A friend said he had one I could have (a 3.0) but he can't find it now so I got tired of waiting and just got one to order and went to ebay first and saw the high prices then saw sold out everywhere. I've not been on the net much lately is it because some courses are going walking only or something like that or is the plant shut down?
  5. I am wanting to start walking again and my research shows the 4.0 being one of the best you can buy. It seems on eBay these are going for over $400 when they are $259 new on the website. Are these just sold out everywhere and it is a supply and demand deal or is something else going on?
  6. Easy. Yamaha Drive2 quietech. I’ve owned numerous carts of most brands or used my friends and nothing comes close to this cart. It’s not much louder than an electric and is fantastic in every way. Check around on pricing I saved over $2,000 by driving a little. If you for some reason can’t get or don’t want a Yamaha go club car. I’d strongly advise against EZGO. Every one I’ve owned and every one my friends have owned have had troubles. They have neat features but just aren’t that well built.
  7. I have done a decent amount of it and lots and lots of research. As mentioned above you have to have a place for the water to exit that is lower than there you want to get water out of. What drain tile does is essentially lower the water table getting rid of subsurface moisture. It is important to have good surface drainage (standing water) and subsurface drainage (wet/muddy areas) What I like to do is have collection areas for surface water to drain into a basin and have the tile run into that to remove excess subsurface moisture then all exit the basin to a ditch/creek to get it off the cour
  8. I met Bill through a purchase over a decade ago and you won’t find a nicer or better guy to buy clubs from. A+
  9. 2BGood I am glad to see there are some teaching it still. I think it also like others mentioned society is just a lot less self aware than it used to be. You'll see people completely unaware of their surroundings at a stop sign texting while people wait on them to go and things like that. I know when I play before I make any action whether it be take off my glove, start my cart, take off walking or open a beer I always take a look around to make sure my actions don't negatively affect anyone else. I am not saying I don't accidentally do something like take off when someone is on the other si
  10. > @1s1k said: > @miket_81 when do you want to tee it up??!! I think we'll get along great. Anytime, I do as well.
  11. I am beginning to wonder if the instructors of today wouldn't be a little better off taking a little less time teaching a 2 minute pre shot routine and teach a little etiquette. I remember the very first lesson I got before I got to touch a club I was told a long list of things like; here is the proper place to stand when others are hitting, when someone is hitting and your in sight of them stay still, try to be reasonably quiet, etc. It seems to me less of this is known or practiced by golfers these days. I've played in lots of tournaments where it's unreal how little course manners some h
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