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Every year I play the US Midam qualifier somewhere within driving distance of the San Francisco bay area, but this year I wanted to branch out to see if I could combine vacation time with tournament golf.  I don't mind making a road trip if it means I can play a course that has a good reputation and brings me somewhere I've never been before.  Mix in some good food and I'll go about anywhere.   Wanted to start this thread to create discussion for others that play in the...
 Of course it would.  The point of me asking was so maybe I could go in and request certain shafts depending on what people may or may not suggest here.  Making an educated decision is a little more helpful when you have some insight from those with first hand experience.
I play the Callaway RAZR Fit Extreme Driver with the stock 65g S shaft, but I'm looking to replace it with some form of upgraded shaft since I need something a little more consistent.  The little adjustment piece on the head of my driver broke so I figured this would be a good time to just replace the shaft also, but not sure what to get.   The stock shaft just feels a little too whippy and I think I need something that's a little more stick to swing.  The thing is that...
Hope I'm not intruding, not sure if this is for a specific league, but I have a question that you guys may be able to help me out with.   My league is set up where every team has 11 players and you start 7 each week.  On my bench is Tim Clark who has been non-existent so far this year and I don't know if I should just drop him for someone else or keep him riding the pine until he shows up.  I know he withdrew due to injury in Hawaii, but I haven't seen any updates since...
So my buddy bought a long putter off ebay couple weeks ago and I tried it out a bit on the putting green last Saturday.  My goodness, no wonder every player is switching to one these days.  I have always been hesitant in using one just because I have had difficulty with feel any time I've tried one before, but maybe it was just finally using one that was the right length, because now I see how useful they really are.   Buddy told me Dave Love III uses one just for...
So with all the wind they'll be seeing the first couple days, anyone think they'll be guys at a disadvantage now?  I think McDowell and Oosthuizen might make a little extra noise considering they've been playing well of late and can play in the wind, Rory jumps up my list some more considering the damp conditions.   Any big names that don't play the best in the wind to rule out?  Thoughts?
PS...forgot to ask of other similar stories people have had.  Maybe its been a simple tip someone else could try or a new drill?
Had to just share this somewhere, I'm sure most everyone has had this feeling at least once and for some many times during their golfing life.  Today was one of those days that reminded me why I love this game so much and has me itching to hit a golf ball as soon as possible again.   I've been really struggling with my irons of late (and driver now that I think about it), not thinking my grips were making that big of a difference.  Boy was I wrong.  Went and...
Looks like the round was played quite some time ago, but I've got a good story (won't sound very good initially) about Poppy Hills that involves me hitting my playing partner with my drive.  Was there about 8 months ago with a co-worker, we took the day off and made the drive down from SF for the day.  I'm playing the back tees and he's playing the middle tees, our round is going well, sun is just coming out and he made 4 pars in a row, having a pretty good round so...
Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz is also a course with greens that will make you scratch your head if you're not putting yourself in the correct places on your approach shots.  Awesome golf course, but very demanding on the greens.  Also a MacKenzie design.    There's also a course close by to where I grew up in the bay area, Peacock Gap, that redid their greens a few years back and turned most of the green complexes into miniature golf.  Here's a link with some...
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