Glad to see you and your bride getting back into "The Swing" of things.... See what I did there.
Rockbottom and TGW.com have for a long time been sort of my go tos online. One thing I like about Rockbottom is the constantly send me 20% off coupons via email. I like TGW because they seem to, at least usually, have the best customization options. I agree with you about Global Golf also. They are solid. 2ndSwing and CarlsGolfLand are also sometimes worth a look.
GolfEtail is fine for what they are, IMO. But you just have to remember they are kind of the Big Lots of the online golf world. No offense to Big Lots. They certainly have a place. But the idea is cut costs down as low as possible and pretty much sell overstock. Limited service, limited selection, most of their stuff is non-current product. I guess you CAN find some nuggets in there but usually there's a reason that nobody bought what they have back when it was on the shelf at the bigger stores.
So, after a long break, my wife and I jumped back in with both feet. New clubs, trying different balls, new carts...whew! With that being said, we have saved a ton of money by shopping smart. Callaway Pre-owned gets 5 stars! Rock Bottom Golf gets 5 stars! Global Golf and Golf Avenue both get 5 stars! Now, GolfEtail was the only triple bogey company we dealt with. All I can say about them is FORE!!!
With that being said, who can you recommend or warn us about? Cheers!
I watched a trio of movies over the last few days, starting with:
Once Upon A TIme In Hollywood. Par. It's definitely Tarantino, but there wasn't the eight minute monologues this time around. Kind of slow and plodding, but sweet mother of Jebus what an ending!
1917. Birdie. I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy this twenty minutes in. By the end I was really impressed. I'll be watching this again in the future.
Terminator: Dark Fate. Par. I could care less that this messed with the canon of some of the previous films, because to me, I haven't liked most of them to be honest. Not bad action flick, I thought Linda Hamilton was really good in her role.