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I only have a few golf hats (read: three.)  Most of the guys that I regularly play with have what seems to be a multitude of hats that they rotate on a regular basis.  I want to buy a few more, does anyone know of a good place or website where I can get new ones for not that much money? The idea of shelling out $25+ for a new hat does not appeal to me.  
I never played the full amount of clubs, but am almost at that point. Driver 5W 3H 4H 5 6 7 8 9 P W 52 60 Putter
Played a round today and came up behind eight people (four carts) playing together. It seemed to be some sort of scramble, but I've never heard of such a thing anywhere. Am I just out of the loop or is this as wacky as it seems to me? They were also playing extremely slow, but it was late in the day and it was basically them and me out there.
I have: First birdie on par 4 (also first ever) First birdie on par 5 First birdie on par 3 Will keep when it comes: Eagle par 4 Eagle par 5 Ace Albatross (can dream!) Wish i'd kept: First par (3,4,5) I've never had a noteworthy whole round where I didn't lose a ball - broke 100 and 90 with at least one in the drink. Should I have a milestone round without losing one, I'll add that to the collection.
I just bought a 52 degree gap wedge from a golf store in my area. It's a Nike Vr Pro that is apparently supposed to rust over the course of time. It is brand new. Does anyone have any experience with this particular type of wedge and how it rusts? Will this affect how it plays? I have heard varying opinions on that.
I suppose I am rather unconventional here, but I carry a 5w as well as 3 and 4 hybrids. Demoing is the way to go for sure.
I replaced my broken driver with a used 907 D1 about two years ago. It's still in the bag, and now it is beginning to attract comments from my playing buddies ( who use R11, R1, SLDR, 913, AMP Cell etc.) about its unusually shaped head and sound. I love it and have no plans to replace it, but am just wondering if anyone else is still playing with one of these and if so, how is that working out?
This course is the polar opposite. I hooked a drive straight onto a roof, hit my provisional, and was walking up to that in the fairway when a guy walks out of one of the houses. He tossed me my Callaway and said, "Wow! I've never seem anyone hit the road before."
Not at all.    I've considered it, but there's not really anything they can do.   The course is very spread out and it would be hard to watch it all.  These incidents are also rather isolated.  i.e. once every month.
My home course is smack dab in the middle of a nice neighborhood, and the holes that don't border houses border woods and a field. It seems as if some of the people who live in the houses have no respect toward the course and the people who pay to play there. Sometimes I see kids crossing the fairways to get to the woods trails or other houses, and most of the time they do NOT look at the tee boxes when they do. Other times, I've seen them skateboarding on the cart...
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