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Been gaming the Bridgestone e6 and Maxfli U4x's   Just got a dozen each of the Bridgestone B330RX & RXS.........they are definitely a terrific ball for one with a slower swing speed ....like me. Not sure if I'll continue with them as they are $45/dozen.
I just finished the first 2 Seasons of "Hell On Wheels"..........awesome presentation of the battle to build the Railroad across the West.   It is available on Netflix..
Seals & Crofts on Sirius Radio.....  
Got mine yesterday.......my wife said "now what did you buy?"
If you're going to play in the PGA, then you must know the Rules of Golf. If you do, then use em to your advantage.
Nothing........went to Edwin Watts going out of business sale and their prices were anything but good....
According to Taylormade, as can be seen if you select the link I poted earlier.....   TaylorMade engineers have designed a radically new ball for competitive mid-handicappers who need more approach-shot spin. Project (a) is long off every club and feels great. Best, it helps you generate the extra spin you need to stop the ball closer to the hole, leaving you shorter putts to promote lower scores. Project (a)'s game-changing spin comes from SOFT TECH™. TaylorMade's new...
Why can you get a graphite driver shaft for $50 or $350? Is there really that much difference in their mfg and performance?
My Gamers are:   Maxfli U2 & U4.......they are straight, long and have Urethane covers usally at $10 to $20/doz when on sale @ Dick's only   Bridgestone e6......straight and pretty long, but roll on the greens @ $23/doz   Bridgestone B330RX/B330RXS .....straight long and stop on the greens, but $45/doz
I have a handicap of 19 and have been playing Maxfli U2's for $20/dozen but got them 1/2 price just before christmas...They are a 2 piece with Urethane cover. Good distance with the ability to stop on the green.   I also have been playing the Bridgestone e6 which provides for straight drives and reasonable stopping on soft greens. I shot a 77 with these two weeks ago on a short course (5,700 yds)   I tried the Bridgestone B330RX & B330RXS this weekend.....Still great...
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