I've been looking into that as well. One of the best courses in my area offers six lessons from one (or more) of three PGA Class A pros for $300.00. The nearest course to my house offers three lessons for $180.00.
I still may buy a new complete set rather than a "piecemeal set," as it will be slightly less inexpensive. Any quality complete sets you recommend? Callaway is a name I'm familiar with, as is Top Flite. What about Wilson?
Looks interesting. I like the instant feedback it gives you, as opposed to always checking the video to make sure you are doing something properly.
Count me in with the "interested in a cheaper tripod-less option" crowd.
Good point. Anybody remember the leaked voice mail where Tiger needed a "big favor" since his wife had gotten into his phone? Sounds like she got suspicious and checked his stuff out. Then he crashed the Escalade into a hydrant after wifey supposedly lumped him up with a sand wedge or something!
Look, it seems like everything is turning out all right, and that's good for all involved, especially the kids. Of course, hundreds of millions of dollars and never having to worry about money for the rest of your life is a significant balm.
And FWIW, I hope Tiger comes back to the Tour, well, I was going to say as strong as ever, but will amend that to say as strong as he can be. Pro golf was pretty exciting with him around. That being said, there was nothing wrong with this past season. I saw some otherworldly golf being played which, I believe, is one of the reasons Tiger decided to postpone his comeback. He saw it too, and knows he has his work cut out for him!
I've always got a kick out of @Slice of Life. Good non-golf phrase that uses an all-to-familiar golf term (for my tee shots).
Honorable mentions that have good rings to them (even if more than 2 syllables!):
@Al B Tross, @Archie Bunker, @sirhacksalot, @Shanks A Million, @isukgolf, @No Mulligans, @Gator Hazard