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Thanks Martin for all the great photos and videos!   If Streelman did win this, can you imagine how annoying the new commercials would be for the Wilson Irons. You do realize that they have won more golf titles than any other iron, right ?   Here's a video of bloopers from some of their commercials - good for a chuckle - seems that Padraig Harrington isn't known by the actor...
Good for you. It is ironic that it is getting too hot for golf for you and it is too cold for us now.   Of course, some of us can fly 700 miles to Florida and get the warm weather golf...not a possibility for me this year.   The general reality is that $200 of lessons and a $200 set of irons will get you into the low 90's or upper 80's if the clubs fit your height and swing.   Take care achadha 7
Here's the link...   http://thesandtrap.com/t/44307/hitting-up-or-down-with-the-driver-in-an-inline-pattern/0_50
Get a set of used x-22 Callaways or any other game improvement club - wider sole - more back, toe, and heel weighting (perimeter weighting).     Don't do graphite unless you are physically unable to handle a good steel shaft that is suited to your swing speed. While graphite clubs may appear to be desirable, they are not popular in irons as their "kick" is not suited to an athletic swing with much speed.   What is your average score on 18....for real? That would...
no, 100+, no, no, no, no, no, I have percocet
If you are swaying back or hitting with more than 50% of your weight on your back foor (right foot for a right-handed golfer), yes, that can easily translate into some hooks and some really ugly hooks.     Also, if you have the pain and you are basically not rotating your belt buckle toward the target...you will end up flipping the club shut and that would hook the ball.   I admire your focus - the notion that you know you have to think more carefully about how...
Sounds like you have felt the distance between the two clubs and rightly noticed a couple of differences.   The sgi clubs will typically differ in distance, especially if you have a little less weight on the bottom of the player's cavity backs and catch them a little thin.  They will go a mile further!   Also, when you hit your new clubs toward the heel or the toe of the club face you should lose a lot more distance than you did on your off center hits on the sgi...
Saw someone suggesting that it was worth about $75 on "another" golf blog.
I don't know how any doctor could rule out rotator cuff damage or a torn labrum with an xray as it is impossible to diagnose that soft tissue damage without an M.R.I.   When you talk about clicks and pops, that causes me to think that your doctor should refer you to a specialist who could diagnose you in a jiffy.   I just went through that  - hurt in September - had MRI - had to wait until December for surgery to repair torn labrum, fortunately the rotator cuff...
Purchase what feels and plays best for you and don't worry about what others think.   Of course, if you care to read about others who have thought through this crucial distinction on the sandrap...well, here's a link for you...http://thesandtrap.com/t/45096/liked-ap1-better-than-ap2/0_50   Hope it helps.
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