haha...yes, I realize that now. DUH. I sent them an email requesting model, of the shaft. Never-the-less, I will be going with the regular flex should I decide to buy. The lie angle is adjustable as well, not that one would want to once they decided. Only 2 choices, std, and flat. The prices are the same if purchased on Bobby Jones Site. Thanks again.
I teach at the college level, and one thing that really helps gain the attention of college golf coaches is good grades in high school.
College golf is - day to day - one of the most time-consuming sports you can play. Yeaaaars ago, I both wrestled and played golf on the junior college level. For wrestling practice, I walked 100 yards from the library to the gym, practiced for 2 hours, and was done for the day. For golf, I had to hitch a ride to the course about four miles from campus, spent two to six hours doing golf things, and then returned to campus. Being it was junior college, most of our away golf matches were about an hour from campus or less.
At a four-year college, players will be gone a week at a time in the spring for some of the bigger golf matches. Players have to negotiate with teachers, and then deliver assignments on time amid the travels. Being able to study effectively and having solid time management skills are just as important as having a low HDCP.
Lots of small-college golf programs have a player or two who started out in the big time, but crashed and burned academically and had to do some serious regrouping.
Despite all the challenges, golfers who make it for four years tend to be excellent students.
That is poorly written. What does "not lost a clear hole" mean. If you are right behind the group in front of you you have "not lost a clear hole", or 10 seconds behind, or 1 minute behind... There can be no consistency in interpreting that rule.
If you take that rule literally, a faster twosome or even a single has the right to just march through a completely full course of foursomes at their own pace.
This rule is not followed in my experience which renders it moot.