I have used Gorilla epoxy on many clubs with no issues and I have read about many people using Gorilla epoxy on many clubs with no issues. Only thing is it does require a bit more heat than golf epoxy to break down if you ever want to remove the shaft. Gorilla epoxy is not brittle. It is somewhat rubbery.
Impressed with his consistency through the tourney and especially today. Was it a great round - yes, one of the greatest ever don’t see it. To be honest, I would have rather #18 to have come down to what we saw with the Rahm-Johnson battle a few weeks back. One needed to make the putt to force the playoff.
Hard to play at the level Tiger played at for as long as he did. Everyone seems to think the next young gun to win a major is gonna rattle of 10-12 of them over the next 15 years... it's clearly not that easy. Once Tiger started to stumble, Rory was "next". Then Jordan... then JT, now Collin and Wolff and Bryson. Someday the game of golf will likely see another Tiger, but right now, there's just entirely to much young hungry talent. But they get hot, then cool off, then get hot again whereas Tiger just... didn't cool off for 12 years or so.
Went to range and worked hitting sweet-spot more consistently, focus on not crowding the ball and proper tee heigh. I felt I have the initial setup and tee height correct, was hitting consistently 10 yards either side of target on most shots. Still a tendency to hit near Hozel but so much better and close enough to get the “ forgiveness”. Now that I am not crowding the ball I need to work to keep my downswing on plane. At least many were 235-240 today which is good for me, especially if near the target.
Sorry, should have prefaced it as final round performances "by a champion." That's what I was referring to. But conditions were tough as in course conditions, not so much weather, although breeze and cool weather added to those tough course conditions. But NOT ONE player broke par today (only two shot 70) except one who shot a 67--BDC. To me that's pretty damn good and one of the best final rounds by a champion. Even Paul Azinger said as much. To shoot a 67 on that course in the heat of the battle like that was one of the best final rounds by a champion I've ever seen.