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    • He also said if conditions were not just right he would not do it.  I’m not sure if he’s had the wind to his back or not on the first two rounds but I believe that is a factor,
    • I used my new Clicgear 4.0 on Wednesday for 9 holes. So far so good. Much better than my 25 year old 2 wheeler. I use a stand bag and the bag did not move at all which is nice. It was on a very flat course though. I want to use it on my usual hilly course before I decide for sure that I don't need the bag cozy. 
    • Looks like the OP's already made his decision, but still I'll put in a good word for the Bridgestone Tour B stand bag.  There are both 5- and 14-way versions.  I have the 14-way version.  I haven't used it, much, yet, but so far I've no complaints.  Stand seems substantial and the mechanism has so far worked flawlessly.  Additionally: It has a Velcro strap you can fasten across the bottoms of the legs to prevent them from being deployed inadvertently, which I feel is a nice touch. If there was one thing I wish they done it would've been to attach the carry harness with clips, so it could be removed for cart carry.
    • I did notice he's using an older model Cobra BioCell driver, so maybe he's still working some kinks out of his equipment.
    • I read he ran into a performance issue with his new driver and reverted to the driver he'd been using beforehand.  So perhaps he's playing his drives a bit more cautiously?
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