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Posts by JerryTimes

It's only in your head.  I for example don't like the orange balls...  It's strictly a visual thing.
I never even thought about that!  I'd like to find a nice pair of pants.  I only have one decent pair for golfing.
I don't think that the newer Top Flites are that bad at all.  I play them and I also like Callaway Warbirds and Diablo balls.
So I'm having a bit of an issue when I drive the ball, especially when hitting into the wind.  I'm getting the ball too high into the air on most drives and it's costing me yardage.  I use a 10.5 degree driver, and I'm sure buying a new one with less loft would help, but do any of you have tips on what I might be doing wrong?  It's limiting my drives to about 200-230 yards when there is no wind.
So today I was out playing my first round of the year.  I was on a par 4, roughly 350 yards that has a tree that hangs partially over the fairway.  It was a windy day today and I made a solid drive, but I pulled the shot..... needless to say it hit the tree.  I lost sight of the ball, but to the left I saw a ball land.  It was in the middle of the fairway on the hole next to me... no one was on that hole.  It was the same brand ball, and had the number 4 on it.  I picked...
My goal is to shoot in the 90's regularly.  Also, I hope to improve in just making more solid shots. 
Shot a 97 on a par 72.  Third time I've ever scored under 100.  It was my first time out this year.  One par on the front nine, and only two holes on the front were horrible, a six on a par three (horrible chipping) and an 8 on a par 5.  I shot par on three holes... which at my level makes me happy.  I was also happy with this round because there was a good amount of wind today.
I get grief from my buddies because I have all Callaway equipment. 
I've never seen the Warbird 3.0. I just picked up the Warbird Hex and they are a two piece ball. I plan on using them this weekend. 
I'm the exact opposite.  Early on, I feel tight and that's when I don't make good contact as often.
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