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I golf on a budget. I buy my balls now were they are 2 for one or on sale. I typically buy clubs that are 2-3 years old, I have found older name brands clubs are better than new cheap ones. I will upgrade in the off season some times spending $300 on club(s).   I like to walk a course were I have 2 local that are $12 for 9. I have a budy that gets out of work just in time for twilight golf which is 1/2 the price with cart.   So I typicall can spend 40-80 a month...
nike one vapor speed followed by cally hx diablo & e6's
driver - 240-270 3w - 220-230 5w - 210 4h - 185-190 5i - 190 6i - 175 7i - 160 8i - 140 9i - 120 pw - 100 putter - 30ft   I'm 5' 8" so no huge swing arch. Also for my wedges it will change for what danger is there, I don't think there are any right or wrong distance on wedges.
Basically to build on what I did in 2012, which was a great year for me. I had fun, golfed some nice courses (founds some hidden gems) and overall felt like I golfed the best golf of my life.   goals for 2013 Improve my short game, 120yrds in play more consistent on league break 90 Improve my mental game have fun
Broke 100 for the first time and was like oh i broke 100, no biggy. This past summer I went on a 8 week stretch that I averaged low 90's. I really enjoyed being consistent over having a fluke round. In that stretch I returned to a course that I learned how to golf and played in my first league. It was not kind to me in the early days, it kicked my butt and stole my balls. I golfed with the same ball all round and ended with 46 (9 holes). It was a milestone to me to...
Nike juice golf balls, had a coupon for $8.88 a doz, to good to pass up.
Nike One Vapor Speed was my go to ball this year, I like the Nike PD soft as a cheep back up. I also like the Callaway HX hot and Srixon Ad333's.
Really enjoyed the Royal Highlands at Canadian Lakes this year. The Highlands is my favorite. Visited them several time this year.    Hit Pilgams Run and that was a fun course. Snow Snake in Harrison is a great course too.
Guilty, one of my first leagues I was on had a rule that you can fluff the ball and i did. I was golfing in the mid 50's then and still dont see much problem with high handycappers doing it. If you playing for money or have to follow league rules then play it as it lays.    I know I will get some flack for this but we are pushing "tee it foward" and 12" cups why not make it easier for  beginners by allowing some fluffing.   That said I have backed away from the...
About 800 multi colored golf tees at a yard sale for $5. Guy had a bucket of tees with no price tag, he said make an offer, I shrugged my shoulders and said $5??. SOLD!
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