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Completely subjective, but I am partial to the Adams V3.
I don't think it's a coincidence that the more highly skilled/talented people are, the luckier they are as well.
They still sell tickets and advertising prior to the event by promoting the fact that they will be there so while it wasn't probably the desired outcome, I don't think it was a total loss.
They look like a clone brand. They look cast, but even if they were forged, I doubt they used to cost $2,000USD.
    My golf buddy bought them, he had the 2012 TW's. He says these feel like you're wearing really comfortable sneakers. Granted he's a tiger superfan, so I have to temper his response. But when I tried them on, they didn't feel any more comfortable/lighter than my $100 Nike Lunar Ascends.
Didn't he win twice this year?
In my opinion, if you hit a ball into a hazard (twice), then they weren't good shots. To me a good shot is the end result, not the way it looks in the air.   If you hit the green pin high, and it bounced off the green, then that was a bad shot and you should have hit one less club. If you hit a drive with draw and ended up in a hazard, maybe you should have played a fade, or hit it straight, or aimed to the left or right of the hazard.   Just my opinion.
    You're describing a majority of pros on tour. If I could make a living doing it (a few top tens a year would do it for me), then I would absolutely do it.
    They set up the course specifically for the US Open. Grow the rough to ridiculous lengths, narrow the fairway, speed up the green's. Olympic when it's not hosting the US Open probably isn't nearly as difficult. I bet for the few weeks leading up to the open the members' indexes went up a bit though.
    I'd like to be there to watch you hit a wood or hybrid off a concrete path and find the green from 200 yards out.
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