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If you had to wait 15 minutes for the two guys behind you to hit their drives and second shots, and they were gaining on you, then you must have been playing REALLY slowly.
First round of the year. Playing a par 3 course that I have played for many years. This is what was left for me on the longest hole on the course, a 215 yard hole. Pretty impressed with myself. :) And I sunk the putt!
Never thought of putting my putter in with my drivers, but that's a darn good idea. Going to try that out for my next round.
This thread really caught my eye because I am currently playing the MP68s, and love them, but also because the first set of clubs that I purchased with my own money (around 15 years ago) were a set of Haig Ultras, the irons Shorty used to illustrate a true blade. Loved them too. I feel that I am in the exact same boat as the OP, in that I might play better with a set of GI or SGI irons, but I just can't deal with super fat toplines, or offsets, hell I can't even hit...
I don't have a drive, I live in an apartment. :(
My favorite parts of this thread is when the Warrior Golf reps argue with each other about the cost of shipping another manufacturers clubs.
I started the year playing proV1's, realized that I was not good enough for them (and too poor to afford them) and have been playing different balls for the rest of the season. I am playing the Nike PD Long balls, and actually play pretty well with them. I am always on the lookout for different, decently cheap balls.
I can drive my Honda Civic 140 mph, and I can prove it in Gran Turismo, which is a real driving simulator.
What if I don't like either? Does that make me a super-racist?
  Patrick, don't forget about the Quote button underneath people's posts, so that we know which previous post you are referring to.
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