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  1. I should have added that if I find a DT SOLO ball that immediately becomes my playing ball. On a side note... how bad does a scuff have to be before it affects playability?
  2. I like playing the tips myself, but if I'm playing with buddies or family that want to play from the white tees, I don't even bat an eye. I'd rather have fun with them and play the same tees rather than stepping back a tee or two due to my ego. I also think shooting well from any tee is an accomplishment and I feel good about it regardless, golf is hard man. Hitting quality shots should give you confidence, if scoring well from a closer tee isn't giving you confidence then you're thinking about it the wrong way.
  3. If you're in the market for a forged cavity back, I would recommend the Callaway X Forged irons or the MP 54 or 64 irons. Basically any of the name brand OEM's do a pretty good job of having plenty of options for custom fitting. Just have to go to a demo day and see what looks and performs best for you.
  4. I purposely spread my impact points around the clubface, to avoid wearing out my irons prematurely.
  5. you know your addicted if you would rather watch the golf channel over porn!!! just kidding
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