I've been very happy with the Srixon Q Star 'Tour' (not to be confused with the Q Star); the Tour has a urethane cover and plays great in windy conditions (something we have a lot of in Texas). I was pretty happy with the Costco Kirkland 4-piece but that's not available anymore. I would put the Q Star Tour as having more 'heft' (some may call it feel) than the Costco ball and better feel on the green. Costs range from $26-$29/dozen. $29 is the not-on-sale cost; I've waited for deals on it and got it for as low as $19.99/dz (you can't beat that for a urethane cover ball). Good luck.
Watched the Captain's assistants interview last night on GC. I get all the weeklong celebration and build up of the event and all the talk about how many texts are sent out 2 am in the morning, but these filler interviews are nauseating..😆. The Koala bear was a good touch though. They were smart enough to not attempt to bring a Kangaroo in the press room. Ha.
Especially the camaraderie/team building questions are terrible. I mean how do you get 12 independent contractor type millionaires in a room and build a brotherhood? IDK but I think it be hilarious if Fred Couples said they all sleep in bunk beds together in a 12X12 room and shower together to build that undying--no-man-left-behind love for each other.. lol.
Reporters putting JT and WS on the spot about about the Reed incidence was squirm inducing but I thought they both did an admirable job not 'no commenting' yet not throwing the fella under the bus. I am sure they were all expecting it and prepared.
Can the damn matches start already?
Funny this thread popped up again. I was looking for something to read yesterday. I picked up Penick's LRB thinking I would read a few pages.
Those "few pages" turned into an every page, cover, to cover read. Once I started, I couldn't put it down.
There are 10s of 1000s of golf books available to golfers. Quite a few are great reads, while quite a few are not so good. Penick's LRB is easily a top 5 read. It's also one of the very few original writings on the subject of playing golf.
Good for you (and him) that your gentle correction was well received. Lots of casual and fun golf is played almost without any Rules. Then there are those of us who enjoy the game all the more by playing by the Rules as best we can.