Yeah it’s definitely good this is competitive and not a US blow out. I’m not a fan of the Solheim and have zero hesitation in saying so. The US hasn’t had a any real bad ass golfers for some time now, and the Solheim doesn’t even represent the best golfers out there. 100% dud.
I know that it has been talked about some before, but I wanted to start a general topic for general experiences, stories, etc.
I have been there once before with my coworkers from my last job (parks worker) and we are going again today in a couple of hours. The first time I was there I had a generally fun time, with small gripes (their clubs, under-weighted balls) but that was last year before I started taking golf any kind of serious. I am planning on bringing a few select clubs (probably 4, 7, pw), but I am not sure that I want to bring the Nikes out. I think I might go with my old Sam Snead Blue Ridge blades with the original leather grips just for funsies. It's either going to be that or my Ping Eye 2s. I won't get that many swings in most likely because it is more social and my friends will be taking their time drinking, eating, and joking around. I haven't swung a club in 2 weeks, so I am not expecting much this time, but I am glad I will get at least some full swings in before the years end.
What are your stories? If you have been, will you go back? I'll leave you with this picture. Caption: "When you are going to TopGolf with coworkers and you are a 18 handicap"
I have no idea about the accuracy or validity of this particular study, but companies conduct tests and studies all the time, exactly because they want to be able to demonstrate that their product is superior.
Nothing at all wrong with that, and just because they have a bias, doesn’t necessarily mean that we can infer that the study was flawed.