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At the Edwin watts going out of business store in Tampa,  I picked up 4 Bionic Golf Gloves, total cost was $51.  At $25 each normally, that's a good buy.   I use them as my arthritic fingers need the help. The leather is thicker and the pads keep me from having to squeeze tighter.
Congrats teamroper60!   fairways & greens to ya!
If you have a Dick's close by, you may want to try the Maxfli line of golfballs.  The U2/U3/U4/U6 line are all urethane covers for good touch around the greens.......and, speaking of green, they usually put them on sale.  I have gotten the U2's for $10/doz and the U4x's for $20/doz.  Just recently they had the U3's for $15/dozen.   At those prices they are an exceptional deal!
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...
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