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the previous gen top-tier 40+ balls are all selling for around $30, new, now. you could capitalize on that for now. Other than that, I would reccomend the Bridgestone E Series, NXT Tours, or Top Flite Gamers.
I've been a muni hacker for most of my life but I wanted to see what It's like money wise to join a country club. If you belong to a country club, what where all the fees involved? (If you don't mind) Joining, monthly(or yearly), restauraunt fees, etc etc. overall cost? I'm not looking for advice on how to join a country club(I know some places require you to know someone, etc), I'm just trying to gather information. If you could also list which club you belong too,...
that's good to hear. I'm 16 and I'm on my school's golf team. Its fun, and a chance to play competitive golf and play all the nice country clubs in the area(If you, like me, are not a member of any).
don't get knockoff clubs.. buy used clubs a couple model years old from name brands... a lot better deal in the end. keep your eyes out for macgregor(someone mentioned this before, i know) closeouts
it depends. wilson has the reputation they now have for selling cheap crap in modells. Wilson staff is on par with all the big names but people associate it with cheaper wilson clubs. quality never went down with those clubs, just people now equate them with wilson's ventures into the low level modells golf stuff(ram, etc). and hrossroth, My uncle had a set of wilson staff fluid feel blades too. I have a set of mid cavitys.
exactly. I'd love to see a test by someone without any bias doing this.
I use a 56 from most all chips. I don't like how 'chip with your 5-6-7-8 irons' is being shoved down my throat all the time. I'm comfortable with the 56, I am used to the way the ball comes off the face with it, and I don't like the bump and run approach. So 56(I don't yet own a 60 degree, but If I did I would probably incorporate that as well).
thats what I do when something goes wrong. During the offseason I have no choice but to go to the range in Old Tappan, where the mats are so thick you start to hit so far behind the ball that it's a wake up call when you get to the thin-mat-over-concrete at my local muni. I've resolved to find a new range for the offseason
+1. Just started using Scorecard via the 5 round trial, will buy 2.0 upon release. During HS golf season, I don't play many non-school associated matches(we practice on the course 4-5 times a week), and HS golf near us means 9 holes, so I plan to buy 2.0 when it is released.
oh alright. As for 9 hole support, will that mean you can use the 9 hole rounds towards all of your statistics too?
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