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post #91 of 95
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post
 

 

I'm confused.

 

Assuming you can afford it, why would one preclude the other?

 

 

 

 

Perhaps not for you or me, but I'm not in a position to determine what someone else may want, or need though.

I agree with this...I never said anything about others abilities, financial situation, wants or needs. I would simply prefer to spend it in other areas...

post #92 of 95
All I know is that my playing partners ask for my autograph every week now that I own one.

Truthfully, mine cost me nothing more the 20k+ Amex points.
post #93 of 95

I would say that it depends on who's lugging it around. I have played with 20 handicappers use them and they were good folks. Played with scratch guys who think they have won several majors. Like anything in life you can stereotype someone. I could care less what you use as long as you can get along with the rest of the group and don't act like an a##hole. I have a midsize staff for international travel and a stand bag for when I am home. That's all I have to say.

post #94 of 95

I really could care less which bag you use to carry your clubs in. I prefer a lighter weight stand bag, account of, I walk 99% of the time.

post #95 of 95
Pretentious or not I'm getting one for my office :)
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