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  • niconico wrote: on my way to a bucket of water to test for cracks.... Geez, how long does it take to get a bucket of water ??? /laugh.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='' /> /laugh.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='' /> /laugh.gif' c…
  • the.landshark wrote: topekareal wrote: I love how these threads get everyone's dander up! Re-read your title and first paragraph... there's your clue why everyone's "dander" is up. /good.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':good:'…
  • Talk about a tempest in a teapot. Guy gives the "usual" answers, everybody yawns and says "How boring" !!! Guy gives his opinion, even in a very NEUTRAL way if you ask me, and all sorts of "drama" erupts. Does ANYBODY wonder WHY any p…
  • Biskit72 wrote: im sorry to burst all of you long hitters bubbles but your longest drive and what you average are 2 very different distances. Who said ANYTHING different ??? Everyone seems to forget about the ones that they dri…
  • MonteScheinblum wrote: djp0709 wrote: So my friend has recently been telling me that he has had some drives 320-330 yards. Now I've played with him before and there is no way the ball is going this far, he doesn't hit the ball that far. …
  • HitEmTrue wrote: Rockfish wrote: Had ta reach fer that one, didn't ya ? /crazy.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':crazy:' /> The point was made about the putting green and the discussion was about the ball moving without any influence…
  • MadGolfer76 wrote: Rockfish wrote: MadGolfer76 wrote: Vindog wrote: jaygalindo wrote: 5 minute to look and if not found then re hit. I hate this but i do play with a group of gamblers who keep a USGA rule book in their pock…
  • Welllllllllllllllll,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, In our club we keep 2 handicaps. 1 for our HOME COURSE ONLY and, of course, a USGA handicap for ALL rounds we play. At our home course events we use our "home course only" handicaps for competition. Wh…
  • oneunderbogey wrote: oh we have net events but the club championship is just to see who the best player at the club is. Straight up and handicaps Absolutely. Whether match or medal play the Club Championship is sans handicap. …
  • dustin.shafer wrote: Isnt the point of flighting tournaments by handicap to put players of each skill level together so they can compete against players of their own talent? Why in the **** then would you play NET scores within your flight? …
  • Sawgrass wrote: Lsuhacker wrote: Here is the ultimate test of the rule. Say it is a very windy day, and I putt in a lull. The ball roll to half over the cup. I then mark my putt as I am allowed to do and let my competitors finish out. …
  • turbo4door wrote: Thanks for the input everyone. I have gone to a different setup with this swing and the toe of the irons is up considerably when compared to the wedges at address. I have my hands much lower at address than before. Divots…
  • cbellamore wrote: Adams Pro Gold Idea Tour if you have a strong swing speed get them with the Matrix shafts (red) they are very easy to hit, the ball comes off the face very hot they get great distance and you can flight them high enough to …
  • bmorejared wrote: I would bet that a vast majority of recreational golfers drop and take a one stroke penalty when they lose a ball off the tee. I bet a majority even do it when the lost ball is OB or in a hazard. My data for this is the fact t…
  • Need4spd wrote: Take your FULL five minutes to look for the ball, if you can't find it then go back and rehit with a one stroke penalty, AND then let me know how the group(s) behind you react to that. Yeah right... /russian_roulette.gif' class=…
  • HitEmTrue wrote: Rockfish wrote: What other penalty ? How about 1 stroke ? After all he could have moved the ball a couple of inches with 1 stroke, no ? If my ball's in the bush, and I don't like the prospects of being behind t…
  • jlbos83 wrote: Rockfish wrote: You're kidding, right ? Is there any other game whether the "decisions", i.e. questions and answers/clarifications on the rules, are as much larger than the rules book itself ??? /ohmy.gif' class='bbc_e…
  • jlbos83 wrote: Rockfish wrote: jlbos83 wrote: Well, my opinions... The penalty in the original post wasn't too harsh. He should have known the rule, or known to ask. It's not ambiguous, or complicated. It's not a different rule o…
  • Potatohead wrote: Rockfish wrote: Potatohead wrote: I have always played with a big gap (insert joke here), I have never owned a gap wedge which is why I am pretty decent at the knock down wedge. Back in college (late 90's) I played t…
  • jlbos83 wrote: Well, my opinions... The penalty in the original post wasn't too harsh. He should have known the rule, or known to ask. It's not ambiguous, or complicated. It's not a different rule on the green than on the fairway. It's no…
  • HitEmTrue wrote: Fourmyle of Ceres wrote: You want it both ways. You want to pretend your so-called "score" matters. That it is some kind of gauge of your ability as a golfer. Fine, go for it. But then you want to pick and choose whe…
  • Bray wrote: rlynham wrote: oldhamer25 wrote: First off thank you for a good laugh with this thread. This thread started three days ago, op have you got the loft added to your putter? You have been so adamant in defending the article…
  • I forget the actual numbers but AT LEAST 1/2 of all "golfers" do NOT keep a handicap. If YOU are one of them, nobody cares what rules you break or what score you write down. And if you DO write down an incorrect score you are only kidding yours…
  • rlynham wrote: So what exactly is happening then? If his claim about the way the putter accelerates is wrong then how exactly is the putter accelerating into impact? Wellllllllllllllll,,,,, I have absolutely ZERO formal trainin…
  • j_moo wrote: HitEmTrue wrote: j_moo wrote: My point exactly, what difference does it make, except it would be fairer to those playing on muni courses. So make the rules different for the different conditions. For starters…
  • Nessism wrote: MP53 has a 38 degree 8 iron. Someone hitting a 38 degree club 140 yards falls into a R range, particularly with [color="#484848"]Dynamic Gold shafts.[/color] [color="#484848"] [/color] [color="#484848"]As everyone has alre…
  • knickerbocker wrote: You may have been fitted for upright based on how you were hitting on the lie board. If you have made changes, that could impact that even if your setup is the same. That is true/possible. Maybe not likely but c…
  • Potatohead wrote: I have always played with a big gap (insert joke here), I have never owned a gap wedge which is why I am pretty decent at the knock down wedge. Back in college (late 90's) I played to about a 2 index and really, gap wedges and…
  • Mr.Fuji wrote: Try the Mashie M4 its 23* and really easy to get a nice flight on it, also the shafts in these are very good. Good luck in your search, let us know what you chose and how its working out. Cheers, Scott +1. …
  • booyah wrote: Thanks guys; I think I will have to treat this first one as a learning experience. I really learn to know what parts of my game stand up under pressure. I will check to see if they have weekend choose-up (or similar group), and …