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post #19 of 49
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Originally Posted by Teamanglerx View Post

Sunscreen, GPS, extra glove, rain pullover, a blue mini-sharpie (no other color), and my switch blade divot tool.


Love my switchblade divot tool
post #20 of 49

I carry a little bag of change just in case I lose my ball marker during the round.  I always have more!

post #21 of 49

a sharpie,wallet,keys,and some ball markers

post #22 of 49
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Originally Posted by Fext View Post

Does the chew seem to help your game at all? ....maybe I need to pick up a can of Skoal.....Couldn't hurt, right?

 

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Originally Posted by Infamous 273 View Post

 

nicotine releases dopamine, which helps focus and concentration. 

 

I have to think there are slightly more healthy ways to increase concentration, or perhaps one could just concentrate naturally. I just watched a lifelong friend of mine loose the fight with mouth cancer caused by that crap. Before he died the doctors turned him into a monster while attempting to cut the cancer out of his mouth. He died two days after Christmas surrounded by his family.

 

 

To answer the OP:

Balls, tees, quarters, GPS and laser rangefinder, chapstick, rainsuit, and band-aids. The band-aids are there mostly for other people, especially the kiddos I teach lessons to in the summer time.

post #23 of 49

Hot Pink Sharpie, a few bags of sport beans, my wind/rain pull over from my highschool golf team, snap on rain hood, about 15,000 pencils but they all seem to be broken when I forget to grab one before leaving the club house, a bushnell range finder (nothing nice, the kind that is basically one side of binoculars with no electronics or focusing feature), my big titleist towel, pre wrap and tape, a little notebook to record course info and club distances, the score card of my lowest round of the season to date.

 

I'm sure there are other things in there but that's all I can come up with for now

post #24 of 49
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Originally Posted by NM Golf View Post

 

 

I have to think there are slightly more healthy ways to increase concentration, or perhaps one could just concentrate naturally. I just watched a lifelong friend of mine loose the fight with mouth cancer caused by that crap. Before he died the doctors turned him into a monster while attempting to cut the cancer out of his mouth. He died two days after Christmas surrounded by his family.

 

 

To answer the OP:

Balls, tees, quarters, GPS and laser rangefinder, chapstick, rainsuit, and band-aids. The band-aids are there mostly for other people, especially the kiddos I teach lessons to in the summer time.

 

 

i'm sorry to hear that.  i dipped on and off for the latter part of my 20's, and haven't touched the stuff in over a year.  it's a nasty habit, and i'm better off for quitting. 

post #25 of 49
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Originally Posted by Infamous 273 View Post

 

ahhhh, Kodiak wintergreen used to be my go to.  

 

Grizzly wintergreen pouches for me :)

 

The only time I chew is on the course. I used to do the long cut, but it destroys your lips lol. After a while it feels like sandpaper.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Fext View Post

Does the chew seem to help your game at all? ....maybe I need to pick up a can of Skoal.....Couldn't hurt, right?

 

Can't say! Never golfed without it.

post #26 of 49

I have a chromed cigar holder / flask thing that looks like a double cigar holder but one side is a flask, usually filled with single malt. Useful when alone, otherwise a separate larger flask of single malt when with company.

Also a cigar clip that clips onto my bag.

And of course a couple of bottles of partially frozen water.

Would carry beer but I usually walk.  Any advice on keeping the beer from getting shaken up while walking?

post #27 of 49

sunscreen/bug spray combo

chap stick

band aid/tape

rain gear - (pants in a gallon ziplock), bucket hat, rain gloves

gum &/or mints

old yardage books (now carried for nostalgia - replaced by gps)

towel

2 sharpies, couple of pencils

post #28 of 49
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Originally Posted by Mattplusness View Post

Can't say! Never golfed without it.


I'm about to find out tomorrow. I've been using snus (a bit like dip, only smoother) for 5 years, and played golf for about 3 of them. I've been without this heavenly stuff for about 4 whole days now, and I think I'm ready to go out tomorrow. Terrified...

Never played without any nicotine in my blood, so I let you know how it goes a3_biggrin.gif

edit. 2 divot tools (one is actually pretty sweet, it's a Swiss army knife I got as a gift
http://images1.vat19.com/golf-tool/swiss-army-golf-tool.jpg ), a small orange sharpie, about 3 gloves, emergency coin stash and car keys.
 

post #29 of 49

Sharpie, Swing weight, 910 club tool, insect repellent, small resin bag, athletic tape, a few spare soft spikes, laser range finder, spare battery for iPhone, spare battery for range finder.

post #30 of 49

Commando Survival Knife, 9MM, Ar15 with 500 rounds and 3 clips. 

 

JK.....

 

Just funny what some ppl carry.   LOL @ extra iPhone battery.  Guy has to be fun to play with 

post #31 of 49
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Originally Posted by Fext View Post

Besides clubs, balls, tees, towels, and your divot tool; Do you carry anything odd? A good luck charm, perhaps? A foot-long poorboy sammich?

I carry an ink pad.
post #32 of 49

Mini royal blue sharpie, my Crown Royal bag of tees (it's outlasted two bags, two putters, one set of clubs, and a swing change), my Wilson golf utility knife, extra glove, a flask of Southern Comfort (summer) or Johnnie Walker Black Label (winter) if it's a family round, and whatever was in my pockets prior to the round (can't golf with anything but a divot tool and poker chip in my front right and a provisional in the bottom left). Also two poker chips, one from the MGM Grand, one from Harmony Golf Preserve near Orlando. I use them as ball markers when I'm away.
 

post #33 of 49
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Originally Posted by Volchok View Post


I'm about to find out tomorrow. I've been using snus (a bit like dip, only smoother) for 5 years, and played golf for about 3 of them. I've been without this heavenly stuff for about 4 whole days now, and I think I'm ready to go out tomorrow. Terrified...

Never played without any nicotine in my blood, so I let you know how it goes a3_biggrin.gif
 


Well found out, and I guess I'm playing better without it. Played today a fairly tough course (70.7/136) for the first time, and hit an 80 (par 72). That's a personal best for me, 2 birdies, 8 pars, 7 bogies and 1 triple bogey. 37 shots on the back nine a1_smile.gif

post #34 of 49

I carry an EpiPen.

 

Long past it's expiration date.

post #35 of 49
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Originally Posted by onlybereaved View Post

- SKOAL Citrus

- Advil

- Medical Tape

- Water

- Extra glove / Rain Jacket / Sweat towel / Rain Grip Gloves

+ More

 

Advil!!!  I've got to do the same, I tweaked my back the one day and had to deal with it for 13 holes.  

post #36 of 49

I have a small pocket that I keep Divot tools, ball marks (I have dozens of the things), change and money in. Below that is a big pocket I keep my balls inside. A Bushnell range finder. Salt tabs. A spare golf shirt, pants, and driver cap, and an extra pair of golf shoes in my large side pockets.. Suntan Lotion. An epipen (Deathly allergic to nuts). A club brush and a spike brush. Spare spikes for my golf shoes, as well as the tools for them. Bottles of gatorade and bottles of water (I mix it half and half). Usually I have a couple of protein bars in there. Groove Sharpener (ive never used it on the course, but where else would I keep it?). Ben Hogans 5 fundamentals, although I haven't even opened it since I took on a full time swing coach). Oh, and spare Sigvaris Compression sleeves for my knee (these things are miracle workers, especially for people like me, ex hockey player whose knees have been brutally abused for 25 years).

 

I can't think of much else. Aside from sometimes have a sandwich in my cooler pocket for the turn, but usually I just grab one from the concession cart as they make a MEAN philly cheese steak sandwich at my course.

 

Oh, and as mentioned above, not advil, but ibuprophen for when my knee acts up, and robaxacet.

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