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Discussion in 'General Sports' started by Vincent Chase, Dec 7, 2011.
how about pricks who hit, hit, hit, hit, hit, hit, putt, putt and go 8 for 1?
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just got some of these bad boys. cheap.
better than buying at the club. rip off merchants. but at least at the club i play at you will find titileists everywhere!
also purchased some long wooden tees. them plastic ones with rubber heads were good, but i kept losing those
i make them my foursome partner.
got 36 balls for a watery course tomorrow. wont worry about strokes, just lost balls.
seen her on the golf show. very tidy sort
yeah, you could say that.
Hmm. Impressive back 9.
damn where you get that (dont say internet). i was trying to find pics all arvo!
nice follow through left arm position
it's from that link you posted.
she's in my top 10 fo sure. along with olivia munn, jessica green, taylor swift, maggie from TWD, the bird in my avatar, haley from modern family, melanie iglesias. got 3 spots left.
I'm sure i can hook you up with one next avy change.
they'd all make my cut
Was going to get a set of Cleveland CG16 Tour Irons 3-PW off global golf last night. Excellent Conditon for $345 with Shipping.
if you are shooting high 70s to low 80s but you want to shoot more consistent scores you would be absolutely mad to buy new clubs without getting fitted
Does anyone use AFL Club golf bags? Are they any good?
I guess it would be just like any golf bag I suppose. Just all depends what you want out of it really.
Really just don't want it to tear apart I guess. Being new to the game im not sure how all these things hold up.
You won't have any issues with the bag, I've had mine for about 5-6 years (just a syntheitic maxfli bag) and it still looks brand new. As long as you use a pull buggy/cart it'll be fine. Maybe a plastic cover if you play in the rain a bit but apart from that you'll be fine.
Cheers, now to get someone to buy it for me for Christmas
Would i want steel shafts or graphite shafts?
Graphite shafts are so much more expensive, but i do like the extra bit of flex and "whip" they have compared to steel shafts.
Also what are some cheap sites to get good quality clubs, still looking at a set, my game is getting a lot better playing 5 shit clubs including putter and driver.
Some good deals here.
A male with a reasonably quick swing speed should always go steel shafts I've been told from pro's, the guys at ray drummond, etc. Graphite shafts are basically for women or old men who struggle to generate enough swing speed themselves, hence needing that little bit of extra "whip".
Make sure you get yourself fitted for your new clubs correctly, then you can go looking online. My brother recently bought a couple of wedges and a 5 wood from http://www.rockbottomgolf.com/discount-golf-clubs.html and they look fine/showed up on time.
A few guys on the US Pga tour have Graphite Irons.
Just brought my first proper set of clubs, cant wait for them to arrive! Took a while to put together, 4 different online shops
Callaway Razr Black driver
Callaway Razr Black fairway wood
Callaway X Hl Hybrid
Ping G20 4 to PW
Cleveland CG15 Tour Zip satin chrome SW
Odyssey white ice 2 ball putter
Tried those clubs. The G20 Irons are great. Anybody can use them heard of Pro's on the tour using them and people new to the game. The Cleveland CG15 wedges are great and cheap.
When you hear of pros playing this and that and you go into a shop and buy the 'same clubs' it's not the case.
pros play with customized clubs that are not really anything like the ones you buy from a golf store.
Not a fan of Callaway at all, but G20's are okay for the mid-high handicapper.
Odessey make decent putters as well. Not a fan of the 2 ball putters, but i have a Oddesey Black Series and it does the job.