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  1. If this thread is any indication, there seems to be at least a mild interest;-)
  2. Keep your stand bag and use it on your push cart. I use a stand bag on a push cart at times with no problem and it's approx. a ton lighter than the "largest staff bag." If you're looking for an enjoyable walk on the golf course with a push cart, why ruin it with the largest staff bag??? I have a huge Adams staff bag and i bought it for about $25 for use in the garage for storing extra clubs. But, to each their own!
  3. Still a good deal, and the best available among top tier ball makers. I don't see Titleist, Bridgestone, Taylor Made, or Callaway doing anything close to this good for their entire ball line. We got spoiled with the BOGO deal but 3 for 2 is very good for the Z-Stars all the way down to Soft Feels.
  4. Just think how much better Hideki's score would have been if he didn't have to overcome the seam issue! Good enough for world class golfers, but not for WRX ers! (written mostly tongue in cheek
  5. Srixon figured out a clever way to deal with their pesky seam issue described in the ZStar thread here--
  6. Probably not, but for $50/dozen, they should be centered.
  7. I've found that the Kirkland gloves are as durable as any thin cabretta I've played. The fit isn't quite as good as some other value gloves. I find the MG more consistent in sizing, but for me, the cost-benefit of the Kirkland glove makes sense. I'm a real sweater so getting 4 gloves at a time helps as I will rotate gloves during a round to allow for drying.
  8. That's a dealbreaker for me and other yellow ball players.
  9. The difference will be negligible and all but tour level players and other elites won't be able to tell the difference. A launch monitor might pick up some minor differences but this will not show up in golf ball performance where it counts. On the golf course.
  10. good advertisement for back surgery to improve ball striking. Your observation about golfballs.....not so much.
  11. Got a sleeve at an outing. It's an ok 2 piece surlyn ball, harder than a soft feel. With the Srixon buy 2 get one free promo, the soft feel is a very good buy for a 2 piecer.
  12. When I'm not getting along with my driver, I put my Big Bertha Mini Driver 1.5 in the bag. It's a good confidence builder.
  13. I love the Ping Glide 2.0s. Best wedges I've ever used. I carry 50, 54, 58. Grooves stay sharp. The standard shaft works very well for my game. As others write, get the right grind for your needs and game, no matter what you choose.
  14. I like the rangefinder to get yardages to hazards--I think it's invaluable for that purpose as well as getting yardage to pin. A good rangefinder is available for less than $150--Costco, Mastergrip and others I've read about On threads here. Look for black Friday deals.
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