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Tees of any kind seem to break much more easily today than they did years ago (in the persimmon era). It's likely due to the fact that they are much longer and thinner than tees back then. You need these tall tees today for the 460cc drivers. I'm sure the tee manufacturers are pretty happy for the larger driver heads.
I am not griping about any rules. Reading comprehension is key... I actually do play by them, even without money or trophies on the line! GASP!! Morality over money. Shocking I know. I was merely defending the other posters right to play "golf" with the rules he sees fit. Yet everybody here gets all upset and worries he is ruining their precious rules of golf. I ask, how many posters here are on the USGA or R&A Rules Committees? I'll wait for your answer. From the sound of it, most of you are. Since you get to decide how the game is played by everyone. Maybe you are the one who needs to read the definition of progressive: Happening or developing gradually or in stages; proceeding step by step.
Then why are you griping about the rules? You don't play by them. Yet you belittle the posters who play by them stating we are closed minded because we accept having to play the ball as it lies and the course as we find it. That is a ridiculous presumption. Your definition of "progressive" is not in the dictionary.
So just like clock work I'm really focused on the right hip not swaying back etc.... Think I have that part figured out and bam go to the range last night and duckhook city again. Saevel, I'm with you I think my swing path is extremely in to out! Does anyone know how I can fix this?