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I've played both.  I feel like when I got ahold of it off the tee the Velocity gave me a few more yards, but I also feel like I hit the solo straight more often.   
I use the cheap Callaway Warbirds.  If I lose one it's not a big deal, and for me they tend to hold up well.  I hit a PRO V1 just to see how it felt, and it did nothing for me. 
This happens to me every now and then.  It seems to happen to me if I haven't been out for a few weeks.   Two years ago I went out for my first 18 ever.  I was playing with two friends (who golf often) and we had a 9am tee time so there were others around with later tee times watching.  I was nervous because of the small audience and I didn't want to look like an idiot.  My buddy tosses a tee down to see who's going to go first (whoever it points to) and of course,...
I checked my last pay statement from last year. I'm just a middle class guy with a ranch house and a 9 to 5 job. I made roughly 60,000 last year. I paid almost 12,000 in taxes. Sure, ill probably get some back when I file my tax returns, but that's a joke and this year ill be paying more.
I'm annoyed with Phil because he took back what he said. I completely understands his point. If you made say 10 million in a year and boring home only 3.8 million of that money that you earned you'd be mad too. Sure he's rich but his money shouldn't be stolen from him be wise of that.
I look at it like this. Whenever they come out with the latest and greatest, last years $300 driver is now less than $200. The more clubs they come out with, the less expensive other clubs are.
I notice that I hit short at the range due to the balls. I tend to hit about 220 at the range and on the course, when I hit straight I have hit around 250 a few times. The balls at the range I go to have some use n them, as I assume most public ranges have.
1. Break 100 more often. 2. Make better contact with my irons on the course. Some reason I make good contact at the range most of the time, not as much on the course. 3. Continue straightening my drives. I improved greatly last year (for me anyway) 4. Golf more!
1. Break 100 more often. 2. Make better contact with my irons on the course. Some reason I make good contact at the range most of the time, not as much on the course. 3. Continue straightening my drives. I improved greatly last year (for me anyway) 4. Golf more!
I currently play Callaway, but I'm in to try a new driver.
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