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  1. Funny, Tiger hit dozens of snap hooks and no one was jumping out of their seats. Except the people that his ball was flying towards. :-P
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  2. Bridgestone e6 would be a good choice. Not expensive. Durable finish. Designed to reduce sidespin. Look good. Putt well.
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  3. My dad got me started when I was a kid. We'd play pretty much every Sunday, dad, me and my brother.Good times.
    1 point
  4. My dad would take me sometimes when I was younger,, probably 6 or so. Then at 12 or 13 I remember I got so mad at golf because I was bad, I threw a ball down, whipped out my 3 wood, and crushed the ball and it went left and in the woods. AT THAT MOMENT I fell in love with the game and dedicated myself to the game. It was pretty neat. I don't remember anything from that round but that shot. An important shot in my golf career.
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  5. An old friend of mine from my high school golf team is now the head pro at Sharon CC in Sharon Center, Ohio - Dwight Axtell. A very private, mens only club. Used to be a qualifying site for the US Open before the uproar of Shoal Creek & the USGA dropped it as a qualifying site. Anyway, Dwight invited me to play it. I told my sister & she had a fit (she golfs). She said 'I can't believe you're going to play Sharon CC' I said why & she said cuz it's mens only. I said 'Are you effin' serious? You're damn right I'm gonna play it.' 'Well I think that's disgusting that they don'
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  6. Why is it an either/or question? Surely some people would prefer to see neither. The computer programmer in me was really tempted to say "yes" and nothing else. Which reminds me of this: A wife asks her husband, a software engineer, "Could you please go shopping for me and buy one gallon of milk, and if they have eggs, get a dozen?" A short time later the husband comes back with a dozen gallons of milk. The wife asks him, "Why did you buy so much milk?" He replied, "They had eggs."
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  7. Ray - welcome to golf! What a great game! Really, you're all set with what you have. IMO, as a beginner you don't need a full set. I wouldn't spend the money on anymore clubs, hold off until you get a little more accustomed to the game and know what you really need to fit your game. You'll save yourself a bit of money this way too. Maybe a good idea is to spend you money you save on clubs to get a series of lessons, which will pay back your game much more than any new club would. Don't worry about the 3-wood being old. Yes, technology is better these days, but at this point
    1 point
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