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50% - 50 degree 40% - 56 degree 10% - 60 degree   Up until mid way through the middle of last season, I used the 56 for almost everything except for instances when I needed a lot of loft (which I would use the 60 for). When I dropped my matching set gap wedge for a traditional style wedge, I started experimenting with it more around the greens. Now, it's a pretty even mix between the 50 and 56, with a slight nod to the 50. Once I got used to the angle and rollout, I...
Walking by myself, on a relatively hilly course, probably under 3 hours. I almost always drop random balls, work on pitching, play two balls, etc. So, I'm not sure what the actual time would be. It's usually 3.5 hours including extra shots and holes.   I don't know how the hell people take 5 hours in cart. I remember walking 18 last Summer on a vacation day. The course was one of the tougher courses to walk, and I caught up to a group on the 18th hole that was teeing off...
Scrambles can be fun, but you would be insane to go out behind one. Lots of people that never play golf end up in them. As long as there is one decent person in the group, it's okay.   I won longest drive twice, which yielded $100 once. So, that was nice.   Lol @ semi-pro teams. I've never played in a scramble without those guys winning. I should put my own together sometime (I'll be the coach!).
Anyone else have a choppy feed, like it's buffering? Our internet is 20 mbps download (just tested), which is way more than enough to stream this.   edit: They're using flash player for some absurd reason. So, that's probably contributing to it.
As mentioned earlier in the thread, what about an iron hybrid? Mizuno MP-H5 / MP-H4, Titlelist 712u, Callaway X-Utility, Yonex whatever it is?
Are the controls still shit? Still playing 2012 due to the awful putting style change in 2013's version.
I usually think, "Hey, there's my ball", because I play yellow balls often. I started playing them in my evening rounds after work, because I was loosing balls due to the sun setting and blinding me. Made a huge difference in that regards. Then, I started playing them if it was foggy in the morning, and sometime just because I felt like it. Overall, I do prefer white balls, but there's no denying that yellow are much easier to spot when visibility is an issue.
Last year, I birdied the first hole, on the first day out. Then proceeded to shank it off the tee on the next hole. lol.   During the winter months I hit pitch shots with plastic balls all the time inside my house. Ceilings are too low to take full swings, or I would set something up inside. Aside from playing, I don't really know what you could do. I really like the idea of recording your swing before the end of the previous season. Or, maybe, writing some notes about...
- 5 warm up sets of squats between 135-175. I do these on Wednesday strictly for warmups, so I don't count reps - Deadlift warmup: 225 1x2, 275 1x1 - Deadlifts: 305 2x2, 305 1x1, 275 1x3 - Kneeling Landmines: 45 1x7, 1x6, 1x5 - Shrugs: 155 2x8 - Calf Raises: 155 2x10 - Weighted chin ups (+10lbs.): 1x10 - Chin ups 1x8, supersetted with curls: 65x?x1   Been stuck on 305 deadlifts for a few weeks, and probably will be until I get to my goal weight and am able to eat...
 A couple guys I play with use the covers, and they seem to do a pretty good job. I considered them, but really can't be bothered. Hell, I even took the cover off my putter because it was annoying.   That said, I wipe down my club after every shot. Always keep one side of the towel damp for wiping it off. Keeps them clean, and I don't have to worry about cleaning them after a round.
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