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I have never heard of any golf course "Arnold proofing" their layout. One is 31 the other 77. I guess only time will tell who had the bigger impact. However love him or hate him, you have to respect him for bringing so much to this game. Tiger has not done bad for himself nor the game. Again just my opinion. BTW, my hats off to you. You really do have the best golf forum on the net!
Being hated means nothing! Muhammad Ali had and still has haters, but it doesnt take away from him being being the most influential athlete in history. Bill Gates has haters and i think he has got a little (but just a little) influence in the world. Nike Golf offers products head-to-toe and revenues have doubled since 1996, according to a company spokesman. Sales topped $600 million for the fiscal year ending May 31, making Nike the sport's fourth-largest equipment...
I agree that he is in a league of his own when it comes to class. Im not arguing that. But class is not the only determining factor when it comes to being categorized as the most influential person in the history of the game.
To touch on a point that has me rather troubled, inner city kids are not just black. Don't know why you brought up the race card but they are white as well as hispanic. And for you to say there are no success stories since no inner city kid has made it to the pga tour (except for Tiger and Vijay both of which are part black as you put it) is an insult. My sons instructor at that "little" first tee clinic as you put it, is from the inner city. He is a scratch golfer and...
So are you saying that because no inner city black kid has made it, tiger hasnt made an impact?? Because its a white dominated sport, that Plamer was more influential? He has made an impact on people, equipment, AND the game. at the course i dont see anyone wearing palmer hats, but you sure as hell see alot of Nike and Tiger hats.
With all due respect. Are you kidding? TIGER! He took a sport, considered by many to be "an old mans sport" or a game you play when you retire, and created an international phenomenon. Love him or hate him he put the sport on the map. My sons eyes light up in a way mine used to when seeing Dan Marino or Cal Ripken when i was kid. I never spoke about golf. At my sons golf clinics, EVERY kid talks about Tiger. Every PARENT talks about Tiger. Not to say Nicklaus,...
Hey guys thanks for the help. The launch monitor is a great idea actually. i'll get him in there and it will give him more of a sense of confidence since the club is being built just for him. and that i think is a big factor in his inconsistency with the driver. he sets up thinking he is going to hit it bad and its all downhill from there. and at 10 years old, im sure he is consumed with that thought. im hoping i can break him out of it. i have called a couple...
LOL! dude i have major issues with bulging pockets. can't stand them
I actually enjoy going out and playing a 9 hole in a couple hours and going back the next day and playing the remaining 9 in another 2 hours. It also helps that the course is down the street from me. im A.D.D. so i dont have much of an attention span. 4 hours is still way too much for me. But i'll definately help the cause!!!! signed!
Hey Brit, Thats a great idea painting over the "adies". My son would kill me if i asked him to use anything that says ladies on it. lol. As for buying my the Ping or Callaway, my son already has a junior set. but the driver is a driver/ 3 wood and i figured i could get him my friends club and cut it down or replace the shaft and use the driver /3 wood as just a fairway club. i figured it would be easier for him to make contact with the ball off the tee having a larger...
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