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  You didn't answer my rollerblading question.   But that's cool.   Where is this tournament by the way?  Sounds like it might be worth watching the foursomes come up 18 for pure amusement's sake.      And of course you're okay with capri pants, you were wearing them.  Anyway, if you're going to wear them, be prepared to take some ribbing or have the game to shut him up.   Heck, he wasn't even that mean.  He could have said "Nice capris, how much do you charge for...
Not really "gamesmanship" if you weren't playing him.   Sounds like he was simply an outspoken observer.  If you were witty, you'd have pointed out that they were in fact his wife's pants.      If you wear capri pants on the golf course, I can only imagine what you wear when you go rollerblading.  (A rainbow thong perhaps?)
Off the tee, I'll go with the driver into the wind no problem.  Off the deck, on the other hand, not my favorite shot.   Looking for something to play from the fairway/rough.   
Here's my problem, spend a lot of time playing in the wind and current hybrid (Ping Anser) launches way too high.  Great downwind, but gets killed into the wind.   Have learned to knock it down, but would prefer something a bit more user friendly.  I've given some thought to switching out the shaft (currently have Tour Stiff that comes stock), but want to see if I can simply find a hybrid (or even a driving iron) that has a higher COG.      9.0 index, so I have some...
I purchased the XCG6 Driver, 10.5 degree back in May and am really happy with it.  I'm pretty particular about my equipment and had been playing the TM Burner TP 2.0.   Was fitted for the prior driver and, for the sake of a few extra yards, ditched the lousy TM stock stiff shafts for a Mitsubishi.  Went to the fitter this time around (old driver in hand for comparison purposes) fully expecting walking out with the R1 or the Ping G25.  Long story short, I hit all the...
Who ever broke out the "dweeb" label nailed it.   I've never seen a legit amateur player -- someone who pays for their equipment -- use them.    Sometimes we forget what we put our irons through.   Hitting out of waste areas, hard pan lies, or off range mats that are comparable to cement.   Irons are pretty durable, the last thing you need to be concerned about is them knocking into each other in the bag.   Got hooked up with some random golfer not to long ago and he...
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