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  1. I've been Playing Golf for: 13 years My current handicap index or average score is: PRO My typical ball flight is: Now a FADE The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: I ABHOR hooking it, and missing left. Videos: This is my swing in April I think. I was playing pretty well and still in Florida working with Mario. Unfortunately I don't have any recent FO slow mo swings, so this will have to do.
  2. I wasn't saying slow walkers were faster than slow cart players or that a typical fast group of walkers was faster than quick cart players. I was actually suggesting it's a matter of perception. People remember their worst experiences, one of which would be as a walker playing behind a slow cart rider who just manages to stay out of touch (not easy to play through). Quick cart riders coming upon a group of slow walkers would likely play through very quickly and the walkers wouldn't even remember the incident the next time out. It's easier to play through walkers as a cart rider than the other way around. A couple of the longest most painful rounds I've been a part of were in a cart, but they were with strangers who were new to the game. The absolute slowest golf I've been a part of was with new people on foot who really shouldn't have been on the course. None of those rounds were "typical" or they wouldn't stand out in memory so vividly. None of them should be used to judge what typical players do, yet some people do judge all walkers, cart rider, push carters, seniors or whatever based on a bad experience. I'm new here, but i'm not new to this sport. Your opinions are based on your experiences and mine on my experiences. If someone has to be here for a long time to voice their opinion when you're discussing a topic or to reply directly to you, even when they're essentially agreeing with you, then thanks for the warning.
  3. I drive a 2003 Honda S2000, have to take the driver out of the bag so it fits. Supercharged with Comptech running 12 psi boost with 415 whp.... I have so much fun running up on Vettes, Hemi's and all the big V8's...smoke em all.
  4. Yea mine came with them from the dealer. I think it is a part of the rallye edition. I also got power sunroof, touch screen radio, heated leather seats, etc etc. Heres an actual picture of mine
  5. Better yet...my daily driver in my buckeye themed garage.....
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