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  1. I'm presently using a Titlelist 14-way bag and am ready for a replacement. I have formerly had Sun Mountain 4.5 14 way bags and have a 3.5 now at a home in Naples. I have also had a Ping Hoofer 14 way, which I hated because of the club tangling. I hated the bag so much that I only used it for maybe a month and went back to an old bag. It's sitting in my garage empty and has been for a while. I consider the Ping Hoofer 14 way to be worthless and wouldn't take one if it were given to me. FWIW, I have mostly Ping clubs at my home in Nashville and in Naples. As for replacements, I am only cons
  2. If it means that the whites will remain at a lower price point, by not producing the yellows, then I'd like to amend my answer and choose #1. I only play white and was choosing #5 so as not to exclude the people that DO play yellow. But I will be selfish and say that if it hurts the costs of my whites - yellow, you're ****ing OUT! I'll pay more for yellow, within reason.
  3. If it means that the whites will remain at a lower price point, by not producing the yellows, then I'd like to amend my answer and choose #1. I only play white and was choosing #5 so as not to exclude the people that DO play yellow. But I will be selfish and say that if it hurts the costs of my whites - yellow, you're ****ing OUT!
  4. Sorry - screwed up my previous reply. Anyway, I would love the opportunity of playing a yellow MTB. Is that option 5?
  5. lets hear your comments... thanks...
  6. So, I have been lurking in the Balls sub-forum (and other areas on WRX), especially the threads on Snell and Kirkland, for quite some time and finally decided to make this my first post. I'm one who likes to play yellow balls because I can see them better and just like the look. Plus, it's easier to distinguish my ball from the others, as a large majority of golfers still play white. Regardless, I have purchased a six-pack of Snells and a box (2 dozen) of the Kirkland and like them both and am about to run out. I have decided that I want to go back to yellow and am writing to further implo
  7. [quote name='adam62482' timestamp='1302309816' post='3134332'] I just got my first pair of Swiftwick's today and I already have about 8 pair of Kentwool's I am curious to know the thoughts of those who are familiar with both brands, which are better and why [/quote] I have only worn the Swiftwick, one pair in wool and one pair in the blend. I really like the wool, but am disappointed with the fact that they only come in dark colors. I would like to have a white wool to wear, but, apparently, dyeing the wool white harms the wool. As to the blend, my issue is that they are not very th
  8. This prototype putter is the only one that I can imagine would have a chance of taking the place of my putter for the last several years, a Bettinardi BB42, which I had intended to use for the rest of my playing life. I love what I have now, but this new putter is beautiful and I don't have to be convinced of the Bettinardi quality. Of course, I would have to do something with my BB42. I think I would give it to one of my sons, with the proviso that it never be sold or given away, except to his son.
  9. [quote name='FairwayStyles' timestamp='1295561562' post='2911140'] There was a post recently about Swiftwick socks. Our staff has been trying them out for 3 weeks now and I will have to say they are absolutely awesome and are the best socks I have ever worn. Up until now we have only carried full apparel brands, but after trying Swiftwick socks we have decided to carry them purely based on the fact of how impressed we are with the quality and performance aspects of them. They are definitely worth a try! [url="http://www.fairwaystyles.com/product/brands.cfm?vendorId=25&depa
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